December 12, 2022
Provide herbs with plantly of sunlight as most herbs require full sun for optimal growth. When seeds have sprouted, some extra care may be required. For example, some herbs such as chives and mint prefer a comparatively cooler environment so keep them in a shadier spot. Others such as thyme and rosemary need direct sunlight to thrive so expose them to direct sunlight for at least 4 - 6 hours.
For sowing, outdoors sown seeds require direct sunlight for about 4 -6 hours per day. Meanwhile, seeds sown indoors can be placed on a window pane with lots of sun.
One problem you can encounter with seedlings is leggy growth. This can only indicate that your seedling is not receiving enough sun. To fix this, you can try and shift them to a brighter spot and see the difference.