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I’ve always loved using fresh herbs to brighten up my cooking, but since I like to vary the cuisines I serve, rarely do I use oregano, cilantro, basil, or even parsley several days in a row. I’m constantly removing wilted herbs from the vegetable bin in my refrigerator and replacing them with another batch. So I thought it might be fun to test a pretty, fun, and practical solution to my herb dilemma. I’ve never had much of a green thumb, but the ready-made kits available today can make even the worst gardener feel like a seasoned horticulturist. Fresh herbs can add zip, color, and fragrance to pretty much anything, whether it’s a refreshing cocktail, an herb-heavy salad, a fish slathered in butter, or an herby sauce for your steak. Take a look at what you’ll need to create, maintain, and enjoy an indoor herb garden, no matter what climate you live in or how much space you have on your windowsill.

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"Snippers"

Snippers

Now that you’ve watched your little babies grow into full fledged plants (or cheated a little and brought home seedlings from your local store), it’s time to harvest your haul and use your herbs as needed. We are fans of the Williams-Sonoma herb shears and herb snips. They feel nice in the hand and look fresh and clean in your utensil drawer.

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