Tips for growing herbs
There are many fresh herbs that, fortunately, can be planted inside the house during the winter. Although these will not grow vigorously as they would in summer so yeah maintain a constant production until early spring.
Aromatic plants that will support growing inside your home during the winter will be marjoram, thyme, rosemary, parsley, and chives, among others. Pay attention to the following tips for cultivation.
Tips for growing herbs
- Savory: is an annual plant. Sowing the seeds of Ajedrea to 13 mm from the surface of the earth in spring, and clarifies the seedlings start to appear. When the flowers bloom, plants cut 5 cm to continue growing. Savory will achieve between 30 and 45 cm high.
- Basil: sowing seeds in April and acláralas they possess four-leaf; then trasplántalas of three or four pots of diameter 18cm. When two pairs of shapely leaves, pínzalas appear to be developed as a shrub. Cut the leaves and do not allow flowering to increase the foliage. Regularly watered basil leaves and took all you set out. Regular pruning of the plant maintains its top in excellent condition until the summer. A second planting in autumn will give a second crop in winter. Basil will achieve between 30 and 45 cm high.
- Coriander: ground coriander seeds in winter-springs. Clarifies young plants until they are 15 cm and not princes, because it is not accurate. Cut them and water them moderately well. In summer, you can produce a second crop. It can reach 30 to 38 cm high.
- Dill: Dill seeds were sown in spring in a permanent place, as it does not tolerate transplants. Cut out whenever you want and planting again in July for more plants for winter. Combos harvest the seeds and place them on a sheet of paper to dry naturally. When the seeds are dry, shake and store them in an airtight container. Sometimes it achieves reach 90 cm.
- Tarragon: buy a variety of French tarragon because it is the best flavor it has. Siémbralo in spring or buy young plants. When your copies are well established, you can propagate by division. Cut them out during the year on top. Reaches 80 cm high.
- Fennel: sown in spring and clarifies the plants until the branches remain strong. Take everything you set out and cut flowers, long as, want not to obtain the seeds. You can proceed in the same way as dill. In winter, pruning the plant to the base and keeping a cool, dry place until spring. It can reach up1.20 meters high, so you have to put a tutor for support.
- Mint: there several varieties of mint. Buy a handful and plant in moist soil in early spring. Destinándoles roots control a container in which to develop correctly and cut everything you. It will dry in winter, but it will sprout in spring. Usually, it reaches 30 cm high.
- Parsley: sowing seeds of parsley in spring, if possible in a permanent position, since it does not tolerate transplants. Pour boiling water into the ground after making planting to help germination. Seedlings emerge after about four to six weeks. It is planting again in summer to have supplied during the winter. Parsley can reach up to 30 cm.
- Romero: planting rosemary through cuttings or seeds; these are positioned at 13 mm from the surface of the compost in spring. Cut the main stem to the side branches, develop correctly, and keep away from the cold drafts plant. It can reach up to 120 cm tall.
- Sage: Sage planting through cuttings or seeds in spring, germination will take about three weeks. Cut everything you set out to autumn when the leaves, which lose strength and flavor. Sage often grows to 35 cm tall.
- Thyme: planting thyme in spring and clarifies the seedlings when they are developed enough to treat. These can last up five years and grow up to 30 cm.