As and when your summer herb growing season comes to an end, you can start growing them in your indoors for spring.
Start of spring season doesn’t mean that you have to stop growing herbs or you have to go for dried or brought herbs for your meals.
Here are few herbs that you can grow in spring for your meals.
There are more than 100 uses of growing chives you can use them for salads and dips. Regular chives can give flavor of onion and garlic chives give milder taste. Grow them by seeds, transplants or divisions.
Cilantro leaves have distinctive flavor of parsley, citrus and sage. You can directly sow seeds for a week or two before last spring frost. Cilantro grows well in full sun or in partial sun shade areas.
You can use rosemary in pasta dishes or simply sprinkle it on your garlic bread and also use to enhance the flavor of all types of dishes. Grow rosemary plants in clay pots and water it regularly to keep the soil moist but not wet. Feed rosemary plant with compost tea for better yield.
Other than these herbs you can also grow parsley, chervil, dill, mint, thymes, tarragon and many more.