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Creative Living & Growing with Bren Haas

Growing Fresh Herbs Indoors Under Lights

grocery store bought herbs

In this post, I share a video featuring my herbs growing in the self-watering container I started back in December.  The beautiful container filled with fresh herbs is producing in my kitchen next to the Aerogarden.

Growing Fresh Herbs Indoors Under Lights

This video is an update from my blog post and video titled Setting up and Growing in A Lechuza Self-Watering Container.  The container has been producing herb indoors since early December.  I was pretty excited to share this update with you.

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The Lechuza can be found on Amazon and other fine container shops.  I want to note that most any self-watering container set up properly will work indoors.  The game-changer was placing the container next to my Aerogarden.

The herbs featured in this video and post are from the grocery store.  If you go to the produce section of Walmart and Meijer in my area you will find edible herbs.  The herb plants usually cost under $3.  This is a great way to get started with your indoor edible garden.

Growing Fresh Herbs Indoors Under LED

I’ve also got an Aerogarden set up in my kitchen.  This is product can be found in this video as well.  It has been two weeks since I started the Aerogarden up and I am just getting a few little baby seedlings.  I hope to publish my video on this product as soon as more of the seeds start to produce.  Stay tuned for updates by following my Blog and subscribing to my Newsletter.

FUN FACT About Oregano

Oregano little leaves have four times the antioxidants of blueberries,12 times the antioxidants of oranges, and 42 times the apples’ antioxidants! Check out this post on how herbs can spice up your antioxidant protection.

More Indoor Gardening Posts on My Site

Let’s Connect

I would love to hear from you so be sure to reach out to me on my website.  Are you growing herbs indoors or just want to learn how to grow edibles creatively?  Tell me your story by connecting today.

Happy Growing Indoors,

Bren Haas

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2 responses to “Growing Fresh Herbs Indoors Under Lights”

  1. Peg Tazelaar says:

    Hi Brenn, such a nice presentation, nice to see your post again. I have to learn to navigate the rest of your page you always have such interesting things.
    Next time stick those basil cuttings on the windowsill they will root anywhere on a stem and grow right in a jar. You can have fresh anytime. I like your self watering garden too.
    Peg Tazelaar

    • Bren Haas says:

      Thank you so much for stopping by Peg! I will try and put better navigation on my site. I try to have my pull-down menu on the front with the main topics or themes. You can find the pull-down menus at the top right.

      The basil I ate in my salad tonight for dinner! I have some rosemary in the dome I am going to take some cuttings off of and put in that container I shared on today’s video. I have had great success starting the rosemary and the sage from cuttings.
      Thank you so much for commenting! It gets lonely over on my site sometimes – Happy Gardening,
      Bren

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Bren Haas is the creator of GardenChat which is the first online gardening social community using social media. Her website features gardening tips and tricks, recipes, travel ideas, product reviews, and social media how-to help from her personal and unique experiences.

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