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Creating an Indoor Herb Garden During the Winter Season

By jonathanleger
November 17, 2015

Fall has arrived and winter is not far behind. If you're already starting to miss those fresh garden herbs that you like to season your food with, fear not. You can seriously prolong your growing season by having an indoor herb garden this winter.

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Name: Don Shirer
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DonShirer
Nov 19, 2015 7:52 AM CST
I've been growing parsley, mint, sage and garlic chives next to a window in winter for many years, but not basil or oregano as you suggested. I'll have to give them a try.

I once tried overwintering rosemary indoors. The plant survived one winter but went downhill the next summer.

You didn't mention cilantro or tarragon. Have you ever raised that indoors in the winter?

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