3 Spring Herbs to Plant Near Your Hot Tub

As the weather warms up, what better way to enjoy your Wellis® USA Hot Tub than by enjoying the gentle aroma of fresh spring herbs each time you soak?

Not only are they aromatic, but there are health benefits to digging in the dirt and watching something grow. Then you can unwind and relax in your luxury hot tub. But what spring herbs will serve you best? Let’s take a look and find out.  

Spring Herbs for Your Area

We’d be remiss if we didn’t mention the importance of where you actually live when advising you on what spring herbs to plant. If you live in the extreme northern United States, you’ll need different herbs than someone who lives in the extreme southern US. So, it’s best to know your USDA growing zone to get the best results. 

Before you invest time and money into those beautiful herbs, give the internet and your weather forecast a quick peek to make sure you won’t wake up to a shriveled mess if it gets too cold. 

1. Rosemary

The number one of all the spring herbs we recommend for planting near your luxury hot tub would have to be rosemary. Rosemary is actually a versatile, evergreen shrub. So, while it’s great for spring, it’s also great for a lot of other seasons and does okay in cooler weather. It also thrives in pots, so you could bring it in if it gets too cold. 

Rosemary not only smells earthy and spicy, but it’s also an amazing culinary herb to cook with. It pairs well with both lamb and pork, so you’ll never have a shortage of fragrant options for both your Wells Spa soaks and your dinner. 

2. Basil

Basil is another fragrant spring herb that would look beautiful and smell amazing next to your Wellis Spa. Basil is a slightly sweeter-smelling herb than rosemary, but it still has a little bite to it. Also, its lush green leaves are beautiful, and when it blooms, you can expect towers of precious, tiny white or purple flowers. 

Basil is useful, too. From pesto to caprese salad, you can use basil in so many ways you’ll never be bored. And you’ll never regret planting this spring herb next to your luxury hot tub. 

3. Lemon Balm

If your primary reason for soaking in your Wellis Spa is to de-stress, then you absolutely must consider lemon balm for your hot tub herb garden. Lemon balm is an attractive, low-growing plant with slightly fuzzy leaves. 

It smells just like you’d think, like lemons, but it’s also reminiscent of Froot Loops® (in a good way). But the best part is that lemon balm tea is known for helping you de-stress by calming your nervous system. It can also help you get a good night’s sleep. 

Pair a delicious cup of lemon balm tea with a luxury hot tub soak about an hour or so before bed and get ready for an amazing night of sleep. 

Find a Luxury Hot Tub Dealer Near You

If you’re not quite yet the owner of your very own luxury Wellis Spa, we do recommend getting yours installed before you plant the herb garden. But when you do, a spring herb garden is an excellent addition to enhance your relaxation space, not to mention the added culinary benefit. 

Create a hot tub space that is beautiful and relaxing for you, and you’ll never want to leave. Find a Wellis Hot Tub dealer near you today to make your luxury spa dreams a reality. You’ll be soaking the stress away and planting your herb garden sooner than you think.

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