It’s so easy to set up an indoor herb kitchen garden since many culinary herbs are ideal for growing in containers that are recycled and both inside. Your ability to grow veggies in your organic kitchen garden begins with just a few recycled materials and the simple will to feed your family the finest organic foods grown fresh in your kitchen garden that is designed. As well, also think about developing rosemary your parsley, nasturtiums and basil. Which ones do you can you grow them and how plant? It really depends firstly on which ones you want to grow you use of one or another and then your finances, and of course the amount of lit area you have.
The high tech “A-Garden” type with its own lights and gadgetry is very good and really works well (you know the one it is advertised on TV everywhere), but it is not cheap and not very big. Whereas, at the end of the budget is a pair of containers and recycled pots with seedlings and your windowsill, planter window or box.
Something involving these two extremes are the compartmentalised pots like the “strawberry pot”, which can be great. Will be the veggies kit forms where you add water and put and look after for a period of a couple of weeks. These are also absolutely ideal for those limited to space to your kitchen garden.
I personally don’t recommend planting different herbs in the one single pot as the competition for growing space issues far outweighs the advantages of individual containers. Should you use the pots attempt to mix the general types of herbs for the re-growth height, habits and moisture requirements.
The important thing is light, whether natural or artificial. Light is vital to growing veggies and good herbs. You will need to supplement it with light if you do not have sufficient natural light then.
Why don’t you consider making your own tiered shelving with its own lighting? I have seen it done and its good in climates where it is dark for much of the year but inside is warm and nice; or think about using a tube, another method of free lighting.
You must decide which ones because there are many herbs that are suitable. Remember to check the labels that are seedling to see how large they grow. Only plant the ones you’ve got the room for in your own herb kitchen garden. When it is time to grow veggies consider using pots that are deeper or pots.