How to Grow Herbs in Containers Indoors Cilantro, Basil, Oregano & Parsley

How to grow herbs indoors. Growing herbs in containers. How to grow herbs from seeds. How to sow herb seeds. Cilantro, basil, oregano, parsley, ginger, garli…
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20 Responses to “How to Grow Herbs in Containers Indoors Cilantro, Basil, Oregano & Parsley”

  1. Hi..

    Loved the video ..I was wondering Do you need fertilize the indoor grown
    herb..? Like basil cilantro or mint.. Please help

    Thanks

  2. Cilantro doesn’t like warmer areas you shouldn’t cover it, they like the
    more cooler environment that’s why you can grow them in the winter if you
    wanted, just letting you know :) 

  3. thank you.

  4. Hi Misilla,
    I saw you video. It was very informative. I has a doubt here. As you said
    that after adding the seeds and covering them it has to be kept under a
    lamp for heat right. So has this to be continuous process or it has to be
    in intervals. Because light shoule be on right. So for how long has it to
    be kept so. Can you please clarify this doubt of mine and help me in
    explaning so that i can do the same.
    Thanks,
    Sia

  5. Hello friends! Here’s what I’m up to this winter…growing herbs indoors! I
    hope you enjoy and have a great weekend!
    Misilla

  6. I love the cork plant markers. Very creative!

  7. Hi Misilla, nice to see the herbs getting started early. I know many over
    your way have Cabin Fever, but as you know the Spring is just around the
    corner. Happy Gardening Marty Ware

  8. What a cute idea! Love the corks! 

  9. I have just started off four different basil cultivars last week (Petra
    Red, Greek Basil, Lime basil, and Sweet basil) I have kept them in the dark
    and put them above the fridge so they can be warm from the convection heat
    generated from the back of the fridge. I also have sown a batch of parsley
    and also “green soup” Celery. I am growing them in “root pouches” which are
    supposed to do air pruning of the roots. So I will be keeping an eye on how
    your plants are doing and comparing them to mine.

  10. Parsley will take about 3-6 weeks to germinate. I’m coming up on the third
    week here now, nothing happening yet with my parsley. I have mine inside an
    aquarium, it’s sitting next to the wood stove with a glass lid over it.
    Mini Greenhouse. My lettuce is popping up like crazy now.

  11. Charm City Balcony Garden Reply September 9, 2014 at 4:53 pm

    Misilla, you are so creative. I love the cork idea. I always throw away the
    plastic ones but now I know what to do with it!

  12. Great video!
    

  13. Hello friends! Here’s what I’m up to this winter…growing herbs indoors! I
    hope you enjoy and have a great weekend!
    Misilla

  14. Hello friends! Here’s what I’m up to this winter…growing herbs indoors! I
    hope you enjoy and have a great weekend!
    Misilla

  15. Alberta Urban Garden Reply September 9, 2014 at 6:27 pm

    I love the re-use of wine corks ! Great how to my friend ! 

  16. Another great video :-) . The corks for labeling your herbs is a great idea
    . They look amazing too. I picked up two aerogarden’s on Craigslist for $20
    a few months ago. They are doing amazing on my kitchen countertop :-) . I
    love having fresh herbs growing inside :-) . Now we are having an experiment
    with dirt & a grow light vs hydroponics. By the way my garlic shoots are
    doing amazing :-) . Thank you so much for the great videos on planting
    garlic :-) . You got me motivated to try :-) . Thanks again for the seeds.
    They look amazing. My daughter refers to them as the magical bean stalk
    seeds :-) .

  17. This was a great yet simple tutorial Misilla, also really luved that idea
    of cork labels! Always great to hear the American pronunciation of herbs as
    opposed to way we pronounce them here in the UK lol :) Have a blessed week
    ahead ~Peace~

  18. Hi, what kind of soil do you use? I brought home a basil plant from the
    supermarket and it died on me after a couple of weeks. I want to try again
    growing my own but not sure what soil to use since there is so many
    varieties, thanks.

  19. Great video! I won’t be long and we can be grow Outside! :) As it turns
    out my spearmint, peppermint and catnip live just fine through the winter
    here in Western WA. I thought they were annuals for some reason??? Still
    not convinced their not, LOL…Never the less, I was stoked to find them
    alive and well today… I’m starting to wonder about what other plants
    would live and produce all by themselves in my particular area… :) 

  20. Hello friends! Here’s what I’m up to this winter…growing herbs indoors! I
    hope you enjoy and have a great weekend!
    Misilla