There are lots of points to maintain in mind should you wish to try your hand at developing an indoor garden. One key consideration is picking the correct location. Before finalizing your indoor herb garden plan, the foremost thing which you have to consider is the availability of light in the area where you would be planting your indoor herb garden. The spot you choose will have to get six hours of sunlight each day and not be so hot in the afternoons. There are options you can utilize if you want a certain type of indoor herb garden and know that your house is not going to provide it enough light.  You can purchase specially designed grow bulbs to supplement the amount of light the herbs are getting.  Another important aspect of your indoor herb garden plan would be the selection of herbs that you would be planting within your indoor herb garden. The herbs should be selected with care and according to availability of space and the conditions of your indoor herb garden. You can study nursery catalogs, or ask your local nursery staff, or you can just select the herbs you like the most. Your best bets are oregano, chives, mint, rosemary, basil, parsley, and thyme. These all frequently appear in popular recipes and they are all attractive and fragrant. Another important aspect of growing herb is timely watering of the plant. Water the plant only when the surface of the soil seems dry to you. Another way in which you can check whether or not it is time to water the plant is by lifting up the container and checking the weight. Herbs like the soil to drain fast. Therefore, it is essential for you to have pots with holes in the bottom. Add a layer of broken roof tiles or other flat small stones at the bottom of each container when you transplant. Water your herbs thoroughly, but less often, i.e., water the container till some water drains out from the bottom, but avoid over-watering them. After planning each and every thing, you can begin with your indoor herb gardening. Growing an indoor herb garden is a rewarding and efficient way of gaining access to fresh herbs.