Want to grow an herb garden in your home? Well, the good news is you can do it and can perk up your meals during emergencies. That being said, let’s quickly take a dig at top 10 herbs that can be easily grown in containers:
Considered as one of the best container crops, mint can be used in everything from salads to mojitos. Needing a bit of sunlight, these herbs can be easily grown in shady places.
Just place every plant in a five liter pot, water and prune it regularly to keep its vigor intact forever.
Whether you want to use it as a salad dressing, snip up atop soups or season your regular meals, chives are amazing herbs that you can grow own your own.
While it requires 4-5 hours of sun exposure, it’s also important to ensure that it doesn’t wither away, since chives approbate damp soil.
While it takes time to show roots from seeds, once established it gives you parsley leaves for almost two years before its flowers drop off.
Fancied by almost everyone, this herb can make for a wonderful SHTF herb!
If one herb that flourishes quickly from seeds, it’s cilantro. Just keep your Cilantro plant well watered, give it minimum sun exposure and trim its leaves regularly to grow well.
Use it in different salads and dishes to enjoy a scrumptious meal at the time of disaster!
Basil is one plant that loves warmth and is best grown in a bright, warm and sheltered spot. Sow it around the month of June and also make sure that you grow it in well-drained pot soil and water it every morning.
Having a strong, sour taste with a lemony crush, sorrel is known to form fantastic combinations with salmon, eggs and salads. Start off by planting five to six plants in a small window box receiving sunlight for at least 4-5 hours.
Don’t forget to prune outer leaves to get new leaves round the year.
Very effortless to grow in home containers, these iconic herbs are amazing for stocks, soups, meats, pastas and much more. Since sage doesn’t fancy wet roots, make sure you grow them in well-drained potting soil and don’t over-water it.
Primarily grown from seeds, sage is the best survival herb you can have in your home.
Start from a small organic ginger root that’s sprouted and grown in water. Then transplant it to potting soil. Please note that the herb doesn’t need much sun exposure on the soil’s surface when growing.
Well, you also need to maintain your wellness besides having a constant food supply. And, Licorice is one herb that ensures you stay healthy during disasters.
Having fantastic anti-inflammatory and anti-spasmodic features, it will quickly heal your wound come what may!
Fantastic for calming people and repelling moths, lavender is another herb you can grow at home. However, since it’s a perennial you need to transplant it every year.