The Three Best Herbs To Grow At Home

Herbs are considered to be the treasurer of a garden. They not only add to the flavor and aroma of your favorite meals but also give a lot of medicinal benefits. Growing your own herbs is one of the best ways to get fresh, healthy herbs at home. Indoor herbal gardens can be a fun and healthy way to flavor your life, even without growing experience. Herbs provide a unique opportunity for beginners to learn about the science of growing plants. Almost all herbs can be grown indoors, and there are many ways to do it, but these three herbs can be best to start an herb garden indoors. The reason to choose these herbs is that they are easy to grow and do not require a lot of space. Also, they can provide you year- round leaves for three distinct flavors if you know how to care for them.

There are a few things that you need to ensure for starting a thriving indoor herb garden. The first thing to do is choose a sunny spot with at least six hours of sunlight; it should not be prone to extreme temperature changes and humidity. Most herbs prefer a slightly warm environment for continuous growth. Second, the soil should be well-drained, moderately fertile, and rich in organic matter. Third, the container should allow seepage of excessive water through its bottom. Last but not least, the seed should be of the best quality.

The easiest and best herbs to start an indoor garden are basil, chives, and mint. All these herbs require almost similar conditions and can be grown indoors. Let's have a look at why we have chosen these three for beginners.


1.Basil is one of the most medicinally beneficial plants and one of the easiest-grown herbs. Basil plant has wide adaptability for soils and environmental conditions. Therefore, beginners can achieve their initial gardening goals by growing basil indoors. It can be planted from seeds as well as nurseries and cuttings. A beautiful basil plant provides you with a delicious herb and acts as a decorative feature.


2. Regardless of their type, chives can be ranked first regarding their topping add-on to any recipe. Chives are related to onions and garlic and come in various varieties. Some chives appear in bunches, while others are grown as individual plants. It is straightforward to plant them by dividing the fresh clumps or sowing seeds. They just require a moist and ambient condition to regrow or germinate.


3. The flavor of mint is the most refreshing. It is a perfect addition to soups, curries, beverages, and salad dressings. It is easy to grow and maintain indoors for year-round leaf production. The mint plant can be grown from seed, stem cuttings, or roots. Mint is also an air purifier; its aroma will keep attracting their growers and repelling the nasty bugs.

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