We all know food tastes better with fresh herbs…but just because the weather is turning cooler, doesn’t mean you have to stop enjoying fresh, flavorful food. The best part? They only take a few weeks to grow and then you can enjoy them at all season long. Here’s a list of some of our favorite fall herbs you can grow right in your kitchen.
Parsley loves to grow indoors! Clip the outer leaves on a regular basis and you’ll have this robustly flavored herb all season long.
Also known as Chinese parsley, it has a distinctive parsley/sage/citrus-like flavor ideal for fall recipes such as soups and stews.
Aromatic and flavorful, start growing all these fall favorites now and you’ll have plenty in time for all your favorite Thanksgiving dishes.
Mint thrives indoors in pots…so much so it can take over other herbs…grow this one on its own. Consider making your own warm, soothing hot mint tea for the cooler months.
This grass-like perennial herb features a delicate onion flavor that is ideal sprinkled over fall flavored stews and casseroles. And don’t forget the herb scissors…perfect for easily cutting chives and other herbs.