Sowing Herb Seeds In March

As the weather brightens up many of us head into the garden to sow seeds. If you are interested in cooking, then growing your own herbs in the garden, a raised bed or containers is a good idea.

Here are a few herbs whose seeds can be sown in March, so with a lovely Spring day like today, why not head out into the garden to sow some herb seeds.

  • Borage
  • Celery
  • Chervil
  • Lemon balm

How To Grow Herbs For Cooking eBook

How To Grow Herbs For Cooking eBook

I have teamed up with Topveg and written an eBook on How To Grow Herbs For Cooking priced at £3.00 which is packed full of information about:

  • how to grow herbs,
  • sizes of herbs,
  • growing herbs in containers,
  • when to plant the herbs,
  • best location for planting,
  • suitable soil types,
  • when to harvest,
  • how to preserve herbs and
  • their culinary uses.

also includes a set of 21 herb growing cards which can be individually printed off and taken into the garden for easy reference.

How To Grow Mint Instructions

How To Grow Mint Instructions

The eBook includes the following herb growing cards:

  • How To Grow Basil.
  • How To Grow Bay.
  • How To Grow Borage.
  • How To Grow Chervil.
  • How To Grow Chives.
  • How To Grow Coriander.
  • How To Grow Cress.
  • How To Grow Dill.
  • How To Grow Fennel.
  • How To Grow Florence Fennel.
  • How To Grow Horseradish.
  • How To Grow Lemon Balm.
  • How To Grow Marjoram
  • How To Grow Mint.
  • How To Grow Nasturtium.
  • How To Grow Oregano.
  • How To Grow Parsley.
  • How To Grow Rosemary.
  • How To Grow Sage.
  • How To Grow Tarragon.
  • How To Grow Thyme.

If you haven’t got any herb seeds in stock then why not head over to Thompson and Morgan and buy some.

Which herbs are you growing at the moment?