What to grow:
First of all, you should know what herbs you want to grow. Make a list of the available herbs and then pick those which can survive the local climate. Moreover, you should also keep in mind that your planted herbs are easy to grow and they don’t need much attention. Few herbs that grow rapidly and don’t require extra care are Parsley, Basil, Sage, Marjoram and Rosemary.
How to plant:
You can use seeds or grown-up plants of herbs to make a container garden. If you are new to gardening then you better start with plants as they need much less care and effort. However, if you are comfortable with the second option then just get a pouch of seeds from a nursery and sprinkle them.
According to the experts, every plant needs six to eight hours of sunlight in a day so make sure that your container is getting its share. Having wheels under your herbs container can make things easy for you. You can just push and place the container wherever you want.
You should prepare soil before putting seeds or plants in it. Make it soft with the help of a hand shovel and then sprinkle water to keep it moist. This will help seeds and plants to grow fast. Sometimes, a mixture of organic matters such as peat and composted plant matter is also used to provide the container herbs essential nutritional elements.
Water and drainage:
You should not only take care of the water and fertilizers but also keep in mind the drainage of surplus water. Any negligence can ruin your efforts as herbs cannot stand in overly wet soil.
Follow a theme:
You should follow a theme to make your container garden more attractive. Place those plants together which need the same conditions.