Growing Herbs : How to Grow an Herb Garden Indoors


In herb gardening, the most important aspect of having an indoor herb garden is to have access to a sunny window. Grow an herb garden inside a house that has a lot of natural light with tips from an experienced gardener in this free video on gardening and growing herbs. Expert: Yolanda Vanveen Contact: www.vanveenbulbs.com Bio: Yolanda Vanveen is sustainable gardener who lives in Kalama, Wash. Filmmaker: Daron Stetner

25 thoughts on “Growing Herbs : How to Grow an Herb Garden Indoors

  1. In Australia we say ‘h’ which seems about right given that England say ‘h’ too.

  2. who pronounces herb with the h? its herb but the H is silent…so it comes out as erb.

  3. omfg stop aruging about erb or herb im from canada and i say erb big whoop…

  4. Sean- I love South Africa! If I came to visit I would use the H in herbs out of respect for your culture but I must speak like the locals here in the US so I don’t sound stupid

  5. My family is from Holland and I would sound like an idiot here in America if I pronounced the H in herbs so I have decided to speak the locals language so I wouldn’t sound stupid like everyone who has a problem with it. Thanks!!!

  6. c’mon y’all… Eddie Izzard covered this one years ago. get current.

  7. People are really getting hot under the collar over the pronunciation of a word? Different areas pronounce words differently. It’s called an accent. The lady gave an excellent explanation of how to grow herbs indoors. I can’t believe there are fools on here arguing over a word. Idiots.

  8. USA says Erb, the rest of the english speaking world says HERB…

  9. “Herb” is the name of a person, “erb” is the name for the wonderful flavors that come out of the garden into the kitchen. I’m American, and seemed to have paid attention in English class.
    “In American English “herb” is normally pronounced, with the initial “h” silent, but in British English the “h” is sounded: (see American and British English pronunciation differences).” Check your dictionary. Maybe you’re British? 🙂

  10. Your words are fine. You explained things wonderfully and I enjoyed the segment.

  11. As an American, I pronounce words the American way. My family is from Holland and I would love to pronounce many words the right way-but I must do as the Americans do as an American-Thanks!

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