For the first week after transplanting, put them in indirect light. Then move them to a place where they will get at least 6 hours of sunlight a day. In general, the more sunlight the better. If you really get into indoor gardening, you can look into buying some grow lights.
Be careful not to overwater. Keep the soil moist but not wet. Usually watering once or twice a week is enough.
No need to feed your herbs for a couple of months after transplanting. Then feed them with a good quality plant fertilizer such as fish emulsion. Follow the directions on the package.
Since we’re transplanting these herbs directly from the garden, you may have to do a little weeding!
Don’t be discouraged if your herbs grow slowly at first. All plants grow more slowly in the winter. Let the plants grow a little before you clip some of the herbs. Be sure to leave some healthy growth on the plant!