Even if your local climate is not ideal, you can still grow your own fresh herbs indoors, says soupkitten. Many herbs will grow indoors if you give them a west- or south-facing window. Herbs like rosemary and thyme like to be watered sparingly; basil is tough to grow indoors, but folks in temperate climates can grow it in big pots outdoors, and then bring them inside and pick off the remaining leaves until they give up sometime in December or January. Growing your own herbs is rewarding and economical–and they’re so much fresher than buying them at the store.

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