Planting a winter garden with herbs is an excellent way to get your green thumb in gear and add some flavor, color, and life into your home. Not only are herbs easy to grow, but they also have many medicinal benefits that can help ward off flu and colds during the colder months.
Herb gardens have been around since ancient times; it’s said that even Hippocrates had his own herb garden! Herbs were used medicinally for centuries by cultures all over the world due to their healing properties. Today we still use them as natural remedies for common ailments like indigestion or headaches – not just because they taste great in our favorite dishes!
So if you’re looking for a fun project this winter season why not try planting an indoor herb garden? It doesn’t take much space or time – all you need are some containers (or one large planter), potting soil, fertilizer like Dramm.com Organic Fertilizer and of course seeds/clippings from existing plants or sets from the nursery. You could choose traditional favorites like basil, rosemary or thyme; there are plenty of other options too like oregano, sage or mint depending on what kind of flavors you prefer in your cooking. Once planted make sure to keep up with regular watering schedules, keep the soil moist not wet, so that everything stays healthy throughout its growth cycle - especially during these chilly temperatures outside!
Not only will having fresh herbs at home be convenient when making meals but it will also give you peace-of-mind knowing exactly where those ingredients came from: right outta da backyard ; )>>> So don't wait any longer - grab yourself some supplies today & start growing something special this winter season!
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