Hello His Einna!
I have aromatic herbs in pots :
Rosemary and lavender. They need each one a big pot. I have putted some sand together with the soil when planted, and many clay balls on the bottom. No fertilization and usually just the water that comes from weather. If you think there could be too much rain for them, it could be useful to keep the pots a little uplift over the pavement, so that the water can drain out more easy from the bottom holes.
I have them outside all year (-10 Ã‚Â°C , and also under the snow), but I don't know in your climate
If you want to try winter outside, you can try next to a wall (south from the wall), if you have the possibility, and you can cover them. My pots are cm 50 x 50 x height 70.
Sage. More or less I treat it the same way of rosemary and lavender, but mine sometimes needs a little more of water expecially in the summer. If you don't have space, it can stay in a smaller pot than rosemary and lavender.
Thyme. I tried last year and it died
So I cannot help you
But this spring I'll try again!
Mint. As already said, it's a weed plant
I have it in a large bowl as it tends to "run" ! Compared to the other herbs, my mint does not stay in sun but slightly in shadow, and grows well for now. So maybe, you can put it in the part with less sun, if you have it. My mint each winter is completely "dead", but it is just the surface part, in spring it starts again with new leaves.
parsley and basil. They are annual. I let them outside and use them toto cook until autumn, then they die. You can bring them in the kitchen when it's getting colder so they'll live bit more.
Oh, I also have chives, don't you like it?