How to Grow a Small Herb Garden Herbs, long the favorites of serious cooks, are versatile and can be grown by the home gardener, either inside in containers or...
July 8th, 2011 by Staff Writer ShareThis
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There's no hard and fast rules about what to use for your layers, just so long as it's organic and doesn't contain any protein (fat, meat, or bone). Before I go any further, let me just say that the basics of making garden lasagnas are simple: Don't remove the sod or do any extra work, like removing weeds or rocks.
You can bring your herb garden indoors for the winter, by planting a windowsill garden. Many herb plants grow quite easily in containers and require only minimal care.
Choosing the Best Soil To create a successful container garden, the most important ingredient is good potting soil. Choose a mixture that provides a good combination of excellent drainage and aeration.