Growing your herbs right at your own home can give you all-year round supplies of fresh herbs that your whole family can benefit from, especially when you grow your herbs in an indoor herb garden. When using a hanging basket for your indoor herb garden, you can actually grow various different types of herbs. However, when choosing herbs for your hanging basket, you will have to make sure that all your herbs that will be planted in one basket should have the same sun and watering needs. Usually, one hanging baskets are planted with 4 to 5 different herbs with the same sun and watering needs. You can in fact select hanging baskets, which can accommodate all herbs you choose to plant in your own indoor herb garden.

Italian Herbs for Your Hanging Basket

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Hanging Basket for Herbs

All over the world, Italian cuisine or cooking are very well loved by many people. In fact, Italian foods have been most people’s favorite in restaurants. Growing your own Italian herbs at home can make your cooking of any recipe have a hint of Italian taste. There are a lot of Italian herbs that you can grow in a hanging basket. Here are some herbs that you can grow in a hanging basket indoors:

  • Basil – this type of herb can grow up to 8 inches tall.
  • Oregano – this type of herb can grow up to 6 inches tall.
  • Garlic Chives – this type of herb can grow tall and grassy.
  • Chives
  • Parsley – this type of herb can be perfect when planted at edges or at the outer portion of the hanging basket, for it does not grow too tall and cover other herbs at the center.

Tea Garden Herbs for Your Hanging Basket

You will no longer have to buy tea bags or instant tea in the supermarket once you will have your own tea garden herbs in your own indoor herb garden. You can grow your very own tea garden at home, in a hanging basket. Here are some tea garden herbs that you can plant in your hanging basket indoors:

  • Chamomile – this type of herb can really look beautiful even if it is planted alone. It bears small flowers, which can also make your room smell fresh and relaxing.
  • Lavender – this type of herb can also look good alone in a hanging basket. Although you can plant several different tea garden herbs in one hanging basket.
  • Bee Balm
  • Apple Mint and Lemon Mint – these herbs belong to the mint family. Just make sure that you plant herbs from a mint family in a separate hanging basket, since mint herbs are invasive and can overgrow.