17 indoor herb garden ideas 2021


Nothing spices up a dish like fresh herbs, which is why you should always have some on hand. The best way to do it? Grow them right in your home. Whether you just want fresh thyme or are looking to grow a variety of herbs, there are plenty of wonderful planters and indoor gardens to buy.

From vertical planters to stackable planters, we’ve rounded up the best herb planters, garden systems and kits for every budget. Not only will they look great in your kitchen (or wherever you choose to display them), but they’ll also add flavor to your meals year-round. If you’re more of a gardening newbie, look for automatic watering options and easy-to-use kits. Don’t have a lot of room? There are also hanging and mounted herb gardens, which are ideal for small spaces. You’ll have fresh herbs at your fingertips in no time.

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Triflora hanging window planter

This triple hanging planter would make a great home for all plants, but it would be an especially stylish place to grow three of your favorite and most used herbs.

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Pixel garden desk

This automatic watering system allows you to grow up to eight herbs at a time, making it the perfect choice for large families or avid chefs.

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Indoor Herb Garden Mason Jar

Add a modern farmhouse upgrade to your kitchen with these Mason Jar Herb Gardens. They use a passive hydroponic system that ensures your plants are getting enough nutrients and moisture. In other words, you don’t have to have a green thumb to grow your favorite herbs.

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Nine herb window garden

If you want to grow a multitude of herbs, this 34-piece kit includes everything you need to grow nine popular herbs, from cilantro and thyme to basil and oregano.

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Self-watering kitchen herb pot

This self-watering herb pot is perfect for the hands-off plant parents. Take one for your favorite weed or store a few to grow even more.

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Herb gardening kit

If you have a reputation for being a plant killer, add this model to the cart ASAP. It does all the hard work for you. With built-in LED lights and an automatic sprinkler system, all you have to do is plug it in and watch your garden grow.

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Stackable LED Indoor Garden Kit

Not only does this herb garden have built-in grow lights, it’s also stackable, which means you can make as much space for your herbs as you need.

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Indoor hanging herb garden

This ultra-chic and versatile herb planter doubles as an art and has lots of herbs in it.

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AeroGarden Harvest Elite

Another great option for those new to gardening, this garden system makes it easy to grow up to six herbs at the same time. It even has a vacation mode setting, so your herbs will stay fresh wherever you are.

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Dewplant

You can grow just about anything you want, herbs included, in this smart, self-watering planter that absorbs condensation from the air and turns it into water for your plant.

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Wall pocket planter

For something a little more discreet, this planter, which features three pockets for growing different plants, hangs on your wall to keep your counters uncluttered.

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Hanging Garden Wooden Planter

We love this variation on the traditional hanging plant basket, which can be used both indoors and outdoors.

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Window pod

This tiny planter pod adheres directly to your window glass, freeing up valuable window sill space and ensuring your herbs get enough light.

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Ceramic hanging planter

Sleek ceramic planters make this vertical garden ultra chic and friendly for small spaces. This is great for herbs, or even succulents and creepers, as seen here.

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Indoor Potted Herb Garden Kit

This kit includes everything a beginning gardener needs, from soil and seeds (basil and mint!) To recipes and more.

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Herb Garden water tank

This aquaponics reservoir is a closed loop ecosystem where the fish fertilize the grasses and the plants clean the water from the fish. Everybody wins !

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Wooden wall planter

This wall planter is perfect if you prefer a more industrial look.

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Terri S. Tomasini