LED grow lights on the other hand, will showcase only those colors which help plants to thrive; a big way to save energy. Similarly, these lights give plants the light they need to survive without giving off heat as well. Not only does this contribute towards energy saving but it also means that plants don't get their roots damaged, as is known to happen if they are subjected to too much heat.
Indoor herb garden is one of the simplest and most rewarding gardening experiences you could ask for. An indoor garden could be on your kitchen windowsill, a table on a patio, or even in your family room. With very minimum effort and cost you could plant an indoor herb garden.
Some good herbs for your indoor herb garden are mint, thyme, rosemary, sage, parsley, chives and basil. You could experiment with others, but since your herbs will be growing in a container, avoid those that grow too big.
The ideal place for your indoor herb garden is in the kitchen. What an indoor herb garden need is, mostly the temperature in a kitchen is fine for a herb garden. Natural or artificial light is also needed. A dry atmosphere is not ideal, if you are able to install a humidifier that would compensate but if not then get a hand spray for watering. Indoor herb gardens need the outside growing conditions replicated inside as much as is possible.