Potted Herbs for your Kitchen

By: Meriel Bradley

This is a great project if you love cooking with fresh herbs through those cold winter months.

You can plan to plant herbs in the garden during the summer to bring in during the cold months, or if you don’t have any in the garden, look in your local food store for fresh potted herbs, they can generally be found in the produce section of the store

Project Time

30 minutes

Project Supplies

  • Decorative pots
  • Potted herbs
  • Potting soil
  • Decorative rocks

Step by Step Instructions

Step 1

Add a few stones to each pot for drainage

Step 2

Remove the herb from its growing pot and place into your decorative pot

Step 3

Add soil to the bottom as needed so it sits in the pot at the right height – It should sit about an inch from the top of the pot

Step 4

Carefully add soil around the edges to fill the pot, pushing the soil down as you go

Step 5

Water carefully and place in a spot that gets good light

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