Asked by: Izarra Moradiellosasked in category: General Last Updated: 21st May, 2020
Do herbs grow well outside?
Likewise, people ask, what herbs grow best outside?
10 of the best herbs to grow in your garden
- MINT – Mentha spicata.
- CORIANDER – Corinadrum sativum.
- DILL – Anethum graveolens.
- FENNEL – Foeniculum vulgare.
- FRENCH TARRAGON – Artemisia dracunculus.
- PARSLEY - Petroselinum crispum.
- ROSEMARY - Rosmarinus officinalis.
- SAGE – Salvia officinalis.
Similarly, how much sun do herbs need outdoors? Most herbs need about 4 hours of sunlight per day and on average watering should be done when the soil feels dry to the touch. Some herbs can be kept more moist such as Basil, others need to have soil dry completely between watering such as Lavender.
Furthermore, do herbs grow better inside or outside?
The answer depends on the gardener's preferences and desires, as well as the types of herbs being discussed. Growing herbs indoors is often easier and better for certain people, while some people prefer to grow herbs outdoors. Additionally, some herbs can thrive indoors while others do better outdoors.
Which herbs should not be planted together?
You can grow herbs in pots together as long as you remember two rules: avoid mixing those that like plenty of water (such as chives, mint, chervil, coriander, Vietnamese coriander) with those that like a well-drained soil (such as rosemary, thyme, sage, bay, and oregano).