Top 8 Herbs that can easily grow in water

Looking to add some green to your kitchen without the hassle of soil? Here are the top 8 herbs you can easily grow in water! 

Snip a 4- to 6-inch stem just below a leaf node, remove the lower leaves, and place it in a glass of water. Change the water every few days to prevent mold. 


Whether it's spearmint or peppermint, this aromatic herb thrives in water. Keep it in a bright spot but out of direct sunlight for best results. 


Known for its robust flavor and pine-like aroma, rosemary can be propagated in water. Make sure to change the water every 2-3 days to keep it fresh. 


This versatile herb adds depth to soups, stews, and roasted dishes. Place thyme cuttings in water and watch them root within a week or two. 


With its pungent flavor, oregano is a must-have herb for Mediterranean and Italian cuisines. Snip a stem, strip the lower leaves, and place it in water to propagate. 


Loved for its earthy flavor, sage is a hardy herb that can be grown in water. Trim a stem and remove the lower leaves before placing it in a jar of water. 


Rich in vitamins and minerals, parsley is more than just a garnish. Trim the stems and place them in water, ensuring that the leaves are above the waterline. 


Also known as coriander, cilantro adds a fresh, citrusy flavor to dishes. Place cilantro stems in water and watch them grow roots in about a week.