Whether in an outdoor garden or an indoor container, herbs are one of the easiest plants to grow – and the most practical. Case in point: if your dinner entrees are in need of some additional flavor, simply snip off a sprig. Herbs also make beautiful garnishes and are a lovely accompaniment to home centerpieces. Our resident garden expert, Buffy Hargett Miller, shows how to grow three of the easiest herbs, ever – fragrant and fresh sage, rosemary, and oregano.
Herbs are fragrant, they need very basic care, so they're the perfect addition to your garden. Here, we have sage, rosemary, and oregano. Three super easy herbs to grow for your garden or in an indoor window sill. Instead of [UNKNOWN] some sage you can purchase these at your local garden center. When planting your pots, be sure to use name brand well draining soil. And don't forget make sure your pots have drainage holes in the bottom. You will need to keep the soil moist for the first few weeks then let the soil get a little bit dry between waterings to prevent root rot. Be sure not to over-fertilize these nature plants grow too fast and lessens the concentration of oils that give them that great flavor. So enjoy your herb garden to its fullest, you can make cuttings for your seasonal recipes, and fragrant bouquets for your house. [MUSIC]