Starting Herb Plants


There are several methods for starting herbs, including:

  1. Starting from seed: This is the most common method and involves planting herb seeds in soil or a seed starting mix and keeping them in a warm, sunny location until they germinate.
  2. Taking cuttings: This involves taking a stem cutting from an existing herb plant and rooting it in soil or water. This method works well for herbs like rosemary, basil, and mint.
  3. Transplanting: This method involves purchasing a young herb plant from a nursery and transplanting it into your garden or container.
  4. Division: This method works well for herbs like chives, mint, and thyme, which can be divided and replanted.

Overall, starting herbs from seed is the most common and inexpensive method, but taking cuttings or transplanting can also be successful.


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