Imagine walking into your kitchen every morning, and getting hit with the refreshing aromas of the herbs growing in your indoor kitchen herb garden. Well, don’t have to imagine, as you can grow your own herbs and other foods right in your kitchen. Besides the health benefits, an indoor kitchen has so many other benefits that it would be wrong not to have one, or at least try.

It’s not that hard, especially if you make use of the following ideas:

Self-Watering Herb Pot
One of the easiest ways to grow herbs in the kitchen is through the self-watering herb pot. If you are too busy or are a little lazy, but still want to try for an herb garden, the self-watering is the one for you. The herb is planted on the top while sufficient water sits at the bottom of the plant. You just have to put it in a place where it can get enough sunlight. Start with your favorite herb, and slowly progress to a well-stocked kitchen.

Hanging Herb Garden
Get your herbs while making your kitchen look good with the hanging herb garden. Yes, it is exactly how it sounds. The herbs are planted in gorgeous, designed pots that will add to the decor of your kitchen. These pots are then hung on hooks inside a wooden frame. This kitchen herb garden kit requires to be installed with finesses and in the right location. The only drawback of this system is that it requires a little bit of upkeep. You have to give this herb garden attention. Only then will it yield delicious herbs.

Dewplanter
One of the most important things for an herb garden is water, and this is what most people forget to do regularly. However, with a dewplanter, there’s no need to remember watering regularly as this system is designed to trap condensation from the atmosphere, and water the plant. This system is designed to be a no-hassle system. You can also plant a lot more than just herbs. The only drawback of the dewplanter is that you can plant only one thing at a time, and the system is reliant on electricity.

Hydroponic Herb Garden
Arguably the most efficient way to have your own herbs is the kitchen hydroponic herb garden. This is a no-mess, low-maintenance system that allows you to not only grow herbs, but also vegetable and small fruits. You can have a self-sustaining garden that will change the way you grow food. In the hydroponic system, you don’t have soil. Rather, you have a nutrient system that requires less water, and herbs grow faster than usual. The hydroponic system is also used by many people following the vegan and vegetarian lifestyle.

Triflora Hanging Window Planter
These stylish hanging planters will make any window look stunning. Though the planter requires installation by a professional, and some upkeep from your end, it will be worth it when you have three of your favorite herbs growing in your kitchen window. The triflora hanging garden will also add so much beauty to your kitchen decor. It will be a hot topic of discussion whenever your friends and family come over for a meal.

Of all the kitchen window herb garden systems given above, the hydroponic garden is the best one. You can start with a Mini Garden by Eponic. Once you get the hang of it, you can also upgrade to Eponic’s Little Garden where you can grow a lot more than herbs. The Mini Garden is compact and easy-to-use, and you can put it anywhere in your kitchen. So, get started with an herb garden today, and lead a healthy life.