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Learn how to make your own herb garden at home with this instructional video tutorial - What Location is Best
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Hi. My name is Amy Stewart. And this afternoon, after planting our herb garden, we’re going to talk about where we can actually grow this thing so that it will thrive.
I like to put my pots in very sunny locations. A sunny location will enable the plants to grow best. You can water the daylights out of them and not worry about the soil getting too moist, and these kind of herbs, particularly the Italian ones, love the heat. So you’ll get a lot more results out of your garden a lot faster.
So after we get this garden watered, I would just simply situate it in the sunniest place that I could find. If you live in an apartment and don’t have the ability to put your plants outside, you would just simply choose the sunniest window in your house. Be aware especially as you’re growing things for the first time, you may need to experiment and find out what spots in your house work the best. For example, this garden may grow great in your kitchen window sill over the summer. But if it’s drafty in the winter time, it could kill everything that’s on your window. So be aware of that and just keep an eye on your plants and they’ll take care of you. And that’s how you choose where to situate your potted plants in or outdoors.