Tag: herb garden

Green Lifestyle
// September 18, 2018
Indoor plants or Houseplants

One touch of nature makes the whole world kin. – William Shakespeare Nature knows best how to comfort our soul and make us feel at home. Within it, we find the purpose of life and how to be our own sunshine. Imagine bringing nature into your home? The very idea sounds so fascinating that makes…

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Green Lifestyle
// December 21, 2017
cooking with herbs and spices

Christmas is an ideal time of the year when you can truly savor herbs and spices. With so many dishes to make and bake, there is no dearth of opportunities to adding these taste stimulators in your cuisines. Amongst all the herbs variants, hardy ones are the most preferred. Once planted in the garden, they…

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Kitchen Gardening
// April 19, 2017
Herbs, flowers and vegetables in backyard formal garden

Creating a layout of vegetable garden & planning your veggies according to the season is an important task for any gardener. Summer is the best time to start fresh. All ornamental plants, vegetable crops, herbs and fruiting trees can be planned in this season. You will have to make a garden layout according to the…

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Kitchen Gardening
// April 10, 2017
growing chives in pots

Chives are perennial members of the onion family and are loaded with Vitamins A and C. Like various herbs they are plush with therapeutic properties. A powerful antioxidant, this herb protects your body from free radical damage. It is also an age-old anti-cold and flu remedy that can be included in everyday meals. Grow Chives in…

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Landscape Designing
// December 30, 2016
Foodscaping

I feel my vegetable garden isn’t pretty enough. This is a complaint that we come across so very often. People grow all kinds of vegetables successfully in their kitchen gardens, but they also wish that their garden must look beautiful as well. In that case, you should look into the concept of foodscaping or edible…

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Kitchen Gardening
// December 14, 2016
how to plant sage seeds

Sage is an evergreen shrub that looks good both in the flower border and the herb garden. It has strongly aromatic leaves and is widely used in meat dishes, toppings, flavored vinegar, and sauces. Commonly Sage has gray-green color, slightly feathery leaves, but there are other varieties too: Purpurea has purple leaves; Tricolor has green…

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Kitchen Gardening
// November 30, 2016
How to grow rosemary

Rosemary plant is an evergreen perennial shrub with aromatic needle-like leaves. Its Scientific name is Rosmarinus officinalis, and it belongs to the same botanical family of Mint & Basil i.e. Lamiaceae. In Hindi Rosemary is called as ‘Gulmehendi’ (गुलमेहेंदी). It is available in multiple varieties all over the world. Rosemary Sunlight Requirement: This hardy plant…

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Kitchen Gardening
// November 20, 2016

Post holidays and festivities here we are back with our ‘Let’s grow’ series. Today we are going to explore the procedure of growing our very favorite Dill plant. Dill is classified as an annual that features feathery leaves and clusters of tiny yellow-green flowers. It grows up to a tentative height of 4 ft (1.2…

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Kitchen Gardening
// October 24, 2016
basil plants growing in pots

There’s just something simple and elegant about being able to grab a herb of your choice, whether that’s thyme, basil, oregano, chives, etc. right in your kitchen. No more visiting the store even though need only a few leaves to garnish and having to watch the rest just waste away. Yes, there’s something really amazing…

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Gardening Basics
// October 12, 2015
gardening at home

Starting a garden for the first time? Mixed feelings, right? Hop onto our waggon and start gardening at home with the Five Amazing Gardening Tips for Beginners. Just before you jump onto those beautiful ceramic containers and packet of seeds, remember, you need to indulge in pre-gardening activities to enjoy a normal harvest. 1. Gardening…

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