The 10 Best Indoor Herbs

Parsley, sage, rosemary, and thyme.


With these tips you can transition tarragon from outside to inside this winter!Tarragon
A dormant period in late fall or early winter is essential for tarragon to grow indoors. Pot up a mature plant from your outdoor garden and leave it outside until the leaves die back. Bring it to your coolest indoor spot for a few days, then place it in a south-facing window for as much sun as possible. Feed well with an organic liquid fertilizer.