Las Cruces, get ready to grow your own indoor winter herb garden and say good bye to the bleak midwinter. Starting an herb garden indoors can be done rather effortlessly and having a green
Las Cruces Grow Your Own Indoor Winter Herb Garden With Love From The Las Cruces Home Team
Las Cruces, get ready to grow your own indoor winter herb garden and say good bye to the bleak midwinter.
Starting an herb garden indoors can be done rather effortlessly and having a green thumb is not mandatory . This is good news because you can start from scratch indoors, despite the fact that icy weather is starting to threaten. The top 5 herbs recommend for an indoor harvest include chives, mint, rosemary, oregano, and thyme.
While you certainly can start growing herbs from seeds, planting seed starters (already sprouted) is a great way to get a jump on things. Look no further than your local garden center or nursery and choose some seed starters. A great place to pick up the various herbs you desire is Color Your World Garden Center at 540 N. Telshor, Las Cruces.
One of the best parts of living in Las Cruces is the never ending supply of sunshine! Use it to your advantage when starting an indoor herb garden. Place your herb containers by the sunniest window you can. Put the die-hard sun lovers in the center and the less demanding off to the sides. Most experts will tell you that 6 to 8 hours of sunlight is best for your herbs.
There are many different ways to plant your herbs and many different containers you can use. From mason jars to flower pots painted with chalkboard paint to a window box, plant your herbs in a container that will show them off. Get creative and have fun with your new little garden!
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