The herbs that you grow in your windowsill or on your kitchen counter can be used to add interest to your favorite meal, for medicinal purposes, or to brew a cup of your favorite herbal tea. Most herb plants grow well indoors, and an indoor herb garden requires little maintenance aside from watering.
Add a single layer of small rocks to the bottom of each pot for drainage.
Fill each pot with an all-purpose potting mix.
Read the directions on the packet for each type of seed you'll be planting. Decide which types of seeds you'd like to plant together. You can plant more than one type of seed per pot.
Plant your seeds at the depth specified on the packet, then cover them with potting mix.
Water your pots and place them in a warm, sunny location. Monitor the pots as your seeds spout to make sure they are getting enough sunlight and water.