Here is an excellent “one-stop shop” or ideal “all rounder” for you bud herb gardeners, either for planting or for growing an herb garden later on. The Seed Package includes seeds, planting instructions, planting guide, plant propagation literature including photos and planting instructions, planting gear and seeds, planting container to start your garden off, and planting containers to store your harvest. You’ll also get an online catalogue of hundreds of herb varieties. You’ll be able to order and pay online securely using PayPal or your credit card. I highly recommend this for any beginning gardener, whether you plan to start an herb garden or grow an herb garden later on.
What’s more, this package can be ordered online or over the phone, depending on your preference. You’ll receive the same excellent customer service you’d expect from a larger online retailer, such as Amazon. They will always be there when you need them, but over the phone you can speak to someone directly, and they can assist you with any problems or queries you might have. These are excellent for growing herbs indoors as you won’t have to transport the pots indoors as you would with a larger garden bed.
These are also very easy to order, and the customer service is excellent. Your herb gardening starter kit is shipped to you fresh, so you know it will be usable for the first time you plant it. It’s also very convenient because the containers come in a whole variety of sizes. For example, you can get one small or one large. There’s no need to purchase a second pot to extend the growing season, which could cause you to pay for shipping twice. The large pots are perfect for growing herbs like tarragon, mint, coriander, sage, and basil.
Another benefit to your growing herbs with a culinary herbs herb seed variety pack is the fact that these can be sown in the spring and transplanted in the fall. This means you’ll always have fresh herbs at your fingertips, ready to use when you need them. Just be sure to check the date on the package to make sure it is still available when you need it. You don’t want to be in the market for another herb and then realize it isn’t in season.
If you’re using a smaller sized herb seed variety pack such as those that you can purchase online, you might wonder how much they contain. Well, that depends on the amount of herbs you are growing, and what type of herbs they are. Although they do contain a high percentage of medicinal herbs, many are also sold in the form of oils or capsules.
Some of the starter herb seeds available include basil, chives, dill, oregano, parsley, Rosemary, sage, thyme, and summer savory. Some of these can be grown in a traditional garden bed using the soil type indicated on the packaging, but others may prefer to be planted in a raised bed or container. There are even kits available to help you get started. They are inexpensive and provide excellent instructions for getting started with growing your first herb seeds.
When you’re purchasing your herb garden seeds, it’s important to know what type of herb you plan to grow. For instance, if you are growing herbs for cooking, then it would be wise to buy seeds that are known to have a high smoke point, meaning that they keep better than other seeds. It would be wise to stay away from buying a non-gmo herb seed variety pack that has non-organic ingredients. Non-organic seeds will contain chemicals that could pose a health risk to your family. As well, if you plan to grow herbs in your herbal garden bed, then look for herbs that are heat resistant, such as alfalfa.
Finally, when you purchase an herb seeds variety pack, make sure that the packaging does indicate the variety of herb that is inside. Many times there are plant tags included with the seeds that give you information about what kind of plant it is. There are also seed markers available, especially for organic seeds, so that you can easily tell what herb seeds are included in the package.