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How to grow Fenugreek/Methi Greens in your Garden

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Fenugreek or Methi leaves are very easy to grow from seeds in pots or ground at home,even indoors.   Methi or Fenugreek (Trigonella foenum-graecum) is a half-hardy annual herb indigenous to Western Asia. It has been grown for many centuries in the Mediterranean region and can be found in many commercially prepared curry powder. Learn how to grow fenugreek/methi in 7 easy steps. Growing fenugreek is easy if you’ll follow the tips given in this article. Buy best quality seeds from online store. The seeds are brown in colour which are irregular in shape. Soak the seeds overnight to increase germination...

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8 Tips to set up a Beautiful Indoor Garden

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To grow plants indoor we need to look after some measures and make it look beautiful. Check out these tips to have a successful and beautiful indoor garden. Look for the best place in the house for each plant. The ideal spot for plants are in front of a large window facing east or west, filtered if necessary through a net scrim curtain If you have a plant that thrives on lots of sun, place it on a windowsill facing north or north-east. Check soil moisture regularly and inspects leaves to check they are not being burnt Ferns and other...

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