What you will need:
4 Small Garden Pots with Saucers
Herb Seeds (parsley, sage, thyme, and chives all grow well indoors)
Indoor Potting Soil
4 Rubber Bands or Twine
•To ensure good drainage, fill the bottom quarter of your pots with pebbles.
•Add the Indoor Potting Soil to your planters. Plant 3 seeds in each pot at the recommended depth on the packet.
• Using luke warm water, water the soil well.
• Poke three toothpicks into the soil around the rim. Drape the plastic wrap over the toothpicks and secure around the bottom of the pot with rubberbands, or tie with twine.
Check your soil everyday, adding water if needed. The soil should feel moist, not soggy. Remove the plastic wrap when your seedlings sprout and move to a sunny location. A room with a south facing window is ideal. Thin your herbs down to one plant when the seedlings have two true leaves. When the humidity is very low in winter, you may want to lightly mist your plants daily.
Enjoy your new indoor herb garden!
*Be careful not to place your plants too close to a very sunny window. Even in winter the sunlight can be intense enough to burn your herbs. I lost a thriving mini rose this way last year!