I grow herbs in containers in the summer. When I bring them in the winter. They only last a month or so. They are in a room with a north & east facing windows. I also have grow bulbs in my ceiling fan. I do have some that last very well like my sage, rosemary and cuban oregano. I could use any help.
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The problem with trying to grow herbs indoors  is that most herbs like a lot more light than you get indoors. So it's ideal to grow your herbs in a west- or south-facing window, or 12 inches or so under a grow light.

If you have low-light conditions like you do, I'm afraid to say your best bet may be to consider the herbs short-term indoor plants and grow a new crop several times over the winter.

For more information about growing herbs, check out: http://www.bhg.com/gardening/vegetable/herbs/

Good luck!"

Answered by BHGgardenEditors