Plant Herbs in Mason Jars for Year Round Flavor

There are many containers that let you plant herbs inside your home or on a patio, but mason jars are among the most popular. It makes for a fun display while also providing a convenient container for your different herbs.

Gather Your Supplies

The first thing you need to do when you intend to plant herbs in a mason jar is to gather your supplies. You should use larger size mason jars with wide mouth openings, preferably the 32-ounce jars. You will also need some potting mix, the herb seeds or plants, small rocks, and some labels for the jars.

Planting the Herbs

Now that you have your supplies ready, you can get started on planting the herbs.

Puts in rocks first. You can also use gravel or marbles at the bottom of the jar. These are there for drainage since your mason jars don’t have holes. Just a thin layer of rocks is all you need.

Add your potting mix on top of the rocks. Make sure you are using potting soil, and not regular soil. The potting soil is lighter and often includes organic material that helps the herbs to thrive indoors. You should have the soil taking up the majority of the jar, except for about the top few inches.

Add the seeds. By this point, you are ready to add your herb seeds. You can also transplant herb plants, but some herbs don’t remain healthy through transplanting.

Planting herbs in your mason jars is a simple and easy way to make sure that your meals are always exciting and flavorful. And as you can see with the step-by-step guide above, it doesn’t take a lot of money, a lot of time or a lot of space in order to grow them. Try them now, you would not regret it.

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  1. […] If you want to use individual containers, why not use mason jars? They are inexpensive, last a long time, and since you can see through them, you are able to track the growth. Get detailed instructions in this post. […]

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