Growing Herbs : How to Plant a Kitchen Herb Garden

When planting a kitchen herb garden, make sure there is access to a sunny window and that containers are the appropriate sizes. Grow herbs in a kitchen garden and remember to switch them out with tips from an experienced gardener in this free video on gardening and growing herbs. Expert: Yolanda Vanveen Contact: Bio: Yolanda Vanveen is sustainable gardener who lives in Kalama, Wash. Filmmaker: Daron Stetner

16 Responses to “Growing Herbs : How to Plant a Kitchen Herb Garden”

  1. JoaquinRoosterNYC says:

    take these down…can’t see you.

  2. MomakaBabe says:

    @NaeJoy So you’re not only mean but a social idiot?! LOL that explains a lot…

  3. NaeJoy says:

    @MomakaBabe I’m not talking about you, your nephew or anything to do with you. People say ‘Retarded’. People ARE ‘Retarded’. Get used to the 21st Century.

  4. MomakaBabe says:

    @NaeJoy having a nephew who is developmentally handicapped I resent this comment…. Why are people so mean?

  5. MomakaBabe says:

    @MHayes85 She didn’t say others don’t grown their own gardens she was speaking of “herself” & of her own experience. My question is why do people watch a video only to nitpick it? I mean if you’re experienced & grow your own garden then why watch this video? & if you’re here looking for advice then why would you be concerned about how she is presenting this as opposed to what she might have to offer?

  6. MomakaBabe says:

    @zestolemon dirt IS soil & they’re interchangable

  7. zestolemon says:

    soil, not “dirt” 😉

  8. NaeJoy says:

    why do americans call them Urbs? It’s retarded.

  9. outfromtheshadows1 says:

    It does sound funny when she says “erb” lol

  10. TOMeightoh says:

    bitch grow some weeeeeeeeed!!!

  11. deathshadow1000 says:

    I think you can use blue led lights but you’d have to look into that :]

  12. 1DAngus1 says:

    can herbs grow under artificial light? or does it have to be a UV light

  13. 727Tolga says:

    Basil, chives, parsley, thyme, coriander. there are probably more small ‘erbs’ that you could grow in the kitchen. i reckon tall and big leaved plants would be diffiult.

  14. MHayes85 says:

    Why does she emphasize the fact that she can now use herbs from her OWN herb garden, as if people do not grow their own gardens.

  15. tracymmadison says:

    I have had kitchen gardens before, and I found that sage gets too bushy. Rosemary, basil and chives will be fine if you buy small plants. If they get too big, cut them back or transplant them. Oregano and Thyme do well too and mint.

  16. Jarrod1977 says:

    But what ‘erbs’ are not suitable for that kind of planting?
    She said ‘almost’ all….

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