Decide the herb:
If you buy herbs from the market and use them, then you already know which ones you have to plant to save the trips. Some common herbs which are normally domestically grown with great benefits are:
Aloe Vera: This herb has a variety of uses. It is used to treat cuts and burns and helps against inflammation. It can also be drunk to help against digestive problems. The plant needs a lot of sunshine, so choose a sunny area.
Great Burdock: The plant is famous for its blood purifying properties. It needs ample sunlight and water to grow well.
Pot Marigold: The plant does not demand very high quality soil and helps cure stings, bites and sore eyes. When taken internally it helps against fever.
Peppermint: This nice smelling plant helps in bowel problems and is rich in Vitamin A and C.
Tea Tree: Used in most beauty products, it is beneficial against acne and athlete's foot.
Choose an area:
An area could be a lawn corner or even a large pot. You can also build raised boxes for planting herbs if you are not satisfied with the soil quality. The area should also has an access to water and sunlight, depending on the nature of the plant you choose. Prepare the soil first, clearing any rocks and stones before planting.
Get the seeds or saplings:
Visit your local nursery or seed shop to get started. There are also online stores which provide delivery services like HorizonHerbs.com. Dig up the soil and plant the seeds.
Take care of the plants just like you would take care of your vegetables or flowers. Prune them regularly and clear off weeds.