Peppermint. Just put fresh cuttings in water and give them enough light to grow and be healthy. Peppermint is great for cooking and medicinal purposes, so it’s a great addition to any indoor herb garden.
Oregano. Not only can you grow this all year long, but it’s great for flavoring pretty much any vegetable that you cook!
Basil. This herb is great for indoor growing because it loves a warm kitchen! Just put it in a container with water and give it plenty of sunlight!
Sage. Including growing indoor, make sure that it is in an aerated location because it can get mildew. Another great thing about this is that you only need a little bit of sage to get good flavor.
Stevia. Add some sweet to your tea and other beverages with this herb! Keep them in a warm place and give as much light as possible to it so it can be strong and healthy!
Lemon balm. I think this herb is worth growing indoors just to get its great aroma in your house. But you can also use it in food and beverages for a nice addition!
Tarragon. The best way to grow this plant indoor is to take spring cuttings so the roots grow faster. There are different varieties of tarragon, so pick what you think is best.
Thyme. The cuttings you get from this should be green so that they grow the best. Thyme can dry out fast, so spray the part out of the water, if need be. It’s a great herb to keep around, though.
Rosemary. This herb can take a while to root, but it’s totally worth it! Rosemary actually makes for a great indoor plant and it has some great uses!
Chives. This herb is one of the easiest plants to grow indoor. They don’t need a lot of light and can grow with just a bunch from an existing plant and putting it in a pot with half-full of potting soil.