Posted: 09/05/2013 at 09:58
Mizzli, I think you need to get a good book about herb and vgetable gardening. Some of your plants are annuals, some hardy and perennial and some, like parsley are biennual. Some hardy, some aren't.
Italophile has said your mint is hardy, it doesn't need any shelter in winter. It is also perennial which means it will die down completely in winter and come up again when the weather gets warmer, but to do that properly it needs to be outside. If you just want to use it in the kitchen then treat it as a temporary plant and get another when you've used it all, like a cut bunch. Strawberries are the same, they die down in winter and come up in spring, when they will need feeding. They like being outside and they need replacing every few years.
Basil is not hardy and will die in the winter, sow some seeds or buy another plant in the spring. Rosemary is a hardy shrub, likes to grow outside but may need some winter protection - though mine (on a south wall) has survived -17°. Being a mediterranean sort of plant it won't like being too wet and soggy, whereas basil doesn't like to dry out.