Your windowsill could use some herbaceous greenery, as could your cooking.
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Windowsill Herb Pots
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Though some indoor plants can be fickle, we trust herbs to make it with just a little tender love and care. Some of the best herbs for growing indoors include basil, parsley, sage, thyme, oregano, rosemary and mint. Indoor gardening is a popular hobby these days for a reason: who doesn’t want fresh herbs on hand for dinner recipes and cocktails?

Check out: The Cook's Herb Garden, $16 at

With just a few seed pods and potting soil, planting herbs is a breeze. Even if you think you lack a green thumb or find garden centers overwhelming, these tools will make it easy to grow herbs indoors. Bonus: you can find all of these items on Amazon.


Urban Leaf Indoor Plant Starter
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  • Indoor Herb Garden Starter Kit, 12 Herb Varieties, $20 at
  • 10 Culinary Seed Starter Kit, $16 at
  • Heirloom Seed Collection, 25 Varieties, $26 at

Herb Planters

Windowsill Herb Pots
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Ideally you need a 8-inch pot to have your herbs grow and thrive, both of these are good options.

Watering Can

Copper Watering Can
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Make sure your plants have good drainage and water them regularly with a stylish watering can on hand.

Homarden Copper Watering Can for Outdoor and Indoor House Plants, $25 at


Joyful Dirt Fertilizer
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Keep your plant babies healthy with a good fertilizer (safe for pets and kids).

Joyful Dirt Organix Fertilizer, $15 at


Micro Pruner
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Clip any unwanted pieces or snip exactly what you need for basil pesto with these pruners.

Fiskars Micro-Tip Pruner, $12 at


Hand Transplanter
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When your plants are ready to move to a bigger pot, a good digging tool that won't shred the roots is necessary.

Radius Garden Transplanter, $9 at

Grow Light

During rainy seasons or if your space lacks a proper amount of light, an indoor grow light is the perfect solution.

50W LED Grow Light Bulb for Indoor Plants, $30 at


Bamboo Plant Labels
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Mark exactly what you have with eco-friendly herb and plant labels.

Bamboo Plant Labels with A Marker Pen, $13 at

Moisture Sensor

Soil pH Meter
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No sure if it’s time to water yet? Worried about how healthy the soil is? There’s a gadget for that.

3-in-1 Soil Moisture/Light/pH Tester Gardening Tool, $11 at

Herb Keepers

Herb Keeper
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Once you’ve harvested your herbs, keep them fresh with this herb keeper.

OXO Good Grips GreenSaver Herb Keeper, $12 at


Plant Mister
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Keep your plants moist and happy with daily misting.

Vintage Style Plant Mister Bottle, $10 at

Starter Kits

Mason Jar Garden
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If you're looking for soemthing simple with three herbs, pots and markers all in one, this is an easy option.

Mason Jar Garden Kit with Rosemary, Basil and Sage, $30 at

Herb Garden Starter Kit
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Try out a self-sustaining and new herb growing option.

Hydroponics Growing System with Nutrients and Herbs Seeds, $50 at