Easy growing Garden Herbs for your garden with medicinal benefits

3 comments / Posted on by Santhosh Kumar

Easy growing Garden Herbs for your garden with medicinal benefits

Some of the best and easiest garden herbs or culinary herb that you must have to grow in your garden according to me. Herbs are among the easiest plants to grow.

 

If you have a piece of land growing herbs would do great, but many actually do better in a container because their prolific nature can be contained.

Here is my list of my top ten "can't live without" garden herbs.

1. Rosemary

This plant can be used as dried or fresh. This plant likes its own space so it is preferable to grow in pots.

2. Basil

Basil plant

Basil gives a pleasant smell to your garden. Basically, It can also be used in cooking some Italian style dishes.

 

3. Coriander

well, I don't think I need to give an explanation about this plant here. This is being the most used culinary herb in all dishes.

 

4. Palak (Spinach)

This is being well known in the category of herbs, this also helps in losing weight, reproduction, good for heart diseases and etc 

5. Methi

This is also one of the well-known garden herbs. which helps to control diabetes, heart diseases, and even in the diet for Aids patients. 

Well, this is it for this blog, thanks for reading.

 

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3 comments

  • Posted on by Seerat

    This is a list of 5 not 10

  • Posted on by VAsanti

    Tips are good. You can use the water that you clean dal n rice to grow healthy pants. the herb seeds do not germinate n grow do you have …plants/ seedlings

  • Posted on by madhu arora

    I would like to add up mint toabove mentioned herbs

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