I've propagated a bunch of stuff in the past, but for some reason never thought about the herbs in my garden. Sometime last month I came across a video about endless basil and gave it a look. Turns out making a new basil plant is as simple as cutting off a stem, pinching off leaves from a couple of lower nodes, and sticking them in water. I was pretty amazed at how fast they put out roots.
I thought this might be useful info for those that buy plants out of convenience, you really only need to buy one plant. Or for those growing from seed, you might save some time/space babying a bunch of seedlings. Apparently, there are quite a few herbs you can propagate. At any rate, I had these sitting in an east facing window sill. The video I watched had them under grow lights, but I would say that's not needed.
14 days, just before planting.