Herbs are one of my favorite plants to grow year-round. In this post, I will share highlights from my first-ever SPACES session on X (formerly Twitter). During the Thursday 2 o’clock #herbchat, I showcased my indoor herb garden, and I’ll provide tips and tricks to help you start your herb garden.
Sharing My Personal Experience of Growing Herbs
I recently had the chance to talk about my passion for growing herbs with other enthusiasts. As I sit in front of my hydroponics from my home office, I’m reminded of how difficult it is to grow outdoors during the winter months. Here are some tips to help you succeed in your own herb garden.
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- USDA hardiness zone https://planthardiness.ars.usda.gov
- Spaces on X(formerly Twitter) https:://x.com/brenhaas
- Seed Companies
- Hydroponic Set Ups/Accessories https://brenhaas.com/tag/hydroponics/
- Herb Recipe Ideas
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- Ferry Morris
- Renee Seeds https://www.reneesgarden.com
- Cooks Garden
- Monticello | Thomas Jefferson Center https://www.monticello.org
- American Meadows
Curating a Personal Collection of My Favorite Plants Cultivated in My Home and Garden that I hope to post on my website soon. There are so many great providers out there for home growers today.
I grow herbs I enjoy to add to meals or out in my landscape. Some of my favorite recipes mentioned in this presentation are blow:
Pesto and Olive Soda Bread
Fresh Fish with Dill
Cilantro for Salsa and Avocado Dip
Thank you for taking the time to review my herb resources. I would love to hear your thoughts, so please leave a comment below. Additionally, I would be thrilled if you shared which herbs you want to grow in the upcoming year. Lastly, do you use X (formerly known as Twitter)? Let me know what topics you would like me to cover in the near future.