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How to Create DIY Countertop Herb Gardens

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Terra-cotta pots and saucers are great for creating a beautiful counter herb garden. These are great for holding the herbs, and are inexpensive as well. Even the smallest size can hold small scissors to cut the herbs. Use a ribbon to tie the cans together and add labels for your plants. You can also put a greeting in the tines with an old fork.

The best thing about countertop herb gardens is their low maintenance. They require no more than six hours of sunlight per day. For even more light, you could even place them in the sunniest part of your counter. Some herbs require different watering schedules, so it's important to switch them every few days. To get the best results, you can always hire a professional herb-grower if you don't have the skills. In this way, you can easily maintain your counter herb garden and enjoy the fresh flavors of your food.

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Good drainage is necessary if you plan to create a counter herb gardening garden. Avoid planting herbs too close together. They need some room to breathe. Also, water your herbs every day and allow them to dry out before you plant new ones. The herbs can be rinsed with water using a hose. You can also plant new plants every four weeks or so.

It takes about three weeks to sprout herbs, depending on which type of seeds you use. After they're ready to go, you will need remove the plastic and put them in a sunny location. You should water them once or twice a week, and make sure they get plenty of sunlight. If you don't have time, you can sprout them in the refrigerator. You can expect your herbs plants to grow if they are patient.

A kitchen is the perfect place to plant a counter herb garden. You can also grow herbs in a small tin pot on your windowsill. Another great option for growing herbs on your counter is to grow them indoors. Herbs can be grown in pots or in a container with a window. Your herbs should receive adequate sunlight each day in order to stay healthy. However, if you want to grow them indoors, you should consider using an artificial lighting source.

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This DIY indoor kit will help you create a counter-herb garden. The LED lights shine directly onto your counter and allow you to grow herbs all year. Counter herbs thrive indoors. You can even have fresh basil at your fingertips when you need it! While it will take some time for the benefits to be apparent, they are well-worth the effort. Fresh basil will never go out of style.

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How to Create DIY Countertop Herb Gardens