10 Easy to Grow Herbs for a Smart Kitchen

10 Easy to Grow Herbs for a Smart Kitchen

Kitchen Garden

If you are fond of growing herbs indoors? than kitchen garden herbs is one of the best and easy way for ladies to create their own kitchen garden in which you can grow best indoor herbs.

Herbs are blessing of GOD for their people to take care of themselves.

Herbs need less attention and little space to grow, you can easily grow this in the little part of an area of your home.

There are many herbs in the world especially in India because women need herbs in this country for every little thing but here I will tell you 10 easy to grow herbs for the simple kitchen garden and its benefits.

Best Indoor Herbs

Chives:

Like Garlic, Ginger and other, chives help to fight different harmful insects or mosquitoes which can harm your garden. You can use fresh and dried chives in fish, soup, potatoes, and vegetables for yummiest taste. Grow chives in your kitchen garden and to get more fresh chives don’t forget to harvest it by cutting completely across the base of the plant and leaving about half stubs above to the ground. If you removing all the leaves of this plant once it will help them to regrow. You can also preserve chives by drying or to add fresh herbs to oil, butter, or vinegar.

 

Parsley:

Parsley leaves

Parsley is often used to enhance the flavor of an existing dish. However, it may have a range of healthful benefits. Using spices and herbs like parsley in cooking is a special way to enhance the flavor and improve the look of a dish without adding salt; it is may also be a way to provide additional nutrients and health benefits.

Basil:

Basil Leaves

Basil is one of the most important and common herbs in the world. Basil offers several medicinal uses. Dried basil is best for cooking and for creating fresh atmosphere everywhere in your home. Basil completes our needs of Vitamin A, K, and C as well as magnesium, iron, potassium, and calcium. The best work of basil is that basil fights with cancer.

Coriander:

Coriander

Coriander, which is one of the important herb and the basic need of every house to make any meal is full of Vitamin Coriander aids with digestion of our body which may cause gastric upset. Coriander also helps to control blood sugar and reducing stress in the liver. Coriander has multiple health benefits. Coriander also decreases blood pressure so it is also the best herb which you can grow in your kitchen gardening.

Lemon Balm:

Lemon Balm

Lemon balm is the member of the mint family in the herbs. It is easy to use and offers various health benefits too. This herb helps in muscle tension. The fresh herb can be used on infection. Lemon balm makes us fresh and active. It also gives fresh and beautiful green look to our salads.

Oregano:

Oregano

People use oregano to treat their digestion or to treat fungal or other infections. It also helps us to treat skin issues like dandruff, muscles aches and joint pains. Insects do not like oregano and that is the reason they stay away from it. Oregano plays important role in cooking because it gives a delicious taste to the meal.

Peppermint:

Peppermint

Peppermint protects itself by ants or spider. Peppermint tea is best for our headache and whole day stress. The natural oil which is included in peppermint is best for kids. It makes a healthy addition to desserts.

Rosemary:

Rosemary

Rosemary is also a natural herb which protects it from insects and cats too. It is also a powerful natural remedy for soothing indigestion, neutralizing, and give rid from pain. Its oil helps us to hair growth, dandruff and skin irritation. It is also the best herb to give rest as you can get rid of whole day stress through it.

Sage:

Sage

If you have gray hairs than sage tea is best to give your hair blackish look. It also helps you to get rid of the fever and nervous disorders. People use dried and fresh herbs in cooking especially for different sauces. Sage leaves and flowers make excellent additions to herbal tea blends.

Thyme:

Thyme

Thyme is a good source of Vitamin A which is good for hair, skin, eye or nail health. It is also an antibiotic. Take thyme tea for an effective natural remedy against cold and cough etc. You can get rid of eczema and acne by using its oil. Rinse your scalp with a thyme-infused to treat dandruff and other scalp conditions which can cause hair loss issue. In the kitchen, thyme pairs are good with other herbs like parsley, onion, garlic, and ginger to add flavors.

Every herb has its own benefit and growing indoor herbs in your kitchen garden without any special effort. So grow it and enjoy.

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26 Comments

  1. Ganesh
    August 12, 09:25 Reply

    Nice information for home Makers. Thanks

  2. Alina Marcu
    August 23, 12:20 Reply

    My favourite “flowers” are green spices so … definitely.. your article was more than helpful!!!
    Thank you so much for sharing!!! I have no chives in the kitchen though so… market… here I come!!!

  3. Simon Manuel
    August 24, 01:46 Reply

    Definitely sharing these with my mother! Thanks for the great post!

  4. Ari Augustine
    August 28, 00:03 Reply

    Great post! Not too much or too little information with visuals 🙂 It makes me want to garden now.

  5. Yudith
    August 28, 20:44 Reply

    Great article. Always write post like this for share to people. Very useful. Keep work!

  6. Candace Woesch
    August 28, 20:51 Reply

    I’ve always wanted to start a small herb garden, but never knew what to start with. Thank you so much for sharing these !

  7. Dieter
    August 28, 21:28 Reply

    Yes I find myself here, they all good and are required in any kitchen and I say, fresh would be the best

  8. Amy
    September 21, 21:00 Reply

    Nice!! I can surely use this

  9. prachi
    September 23, 22:48 Reply

    very informative for home maker thanks for sharing

  10. Steve
    September 23, 23:20 Reply

    I used to grow rosemary and mint outside which smelled great to walk by. I miss those days!

  11. Ju
    September 24, 11:49 Reply

    Aw, those pictures are so lovely… I love herbs, there’s so much you can do with them in the kitchen 🙂 Not where I live at the moment but one day, when I have my own little place (and garden), I’d love to plant my own herbs 🙂 Wonderful post!

  12. Ali Dunnell
    October 01, 18:44 Reply

    Really love you blog and this post is so informative and interesting. Thanks for sharing 🙂

  13. Ronald Alexander
    October 24, 02:29 Reply

    Thanks for sharing the marvelous info. It is an excellent article which helps me a lot. I expect we will get this type of informative article more and more.

  14. Abhinav Singh
    October 31, 19:03 Reply

    Hi,
    Its a very good article.
    Thanks for sharing

    Keep up the good work

  15. Sanchay
    November 09, 18:42 Reply

    Wow really cool nd nice informative article , I came to know Today That Rosemary ? also keep away insects and cats Really ?? m hoona Try this now .

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