Easy To Grow Herb Seeds
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Herbs are among the easiest plants to grow. If you have a piece of land to plant them, great, but many actually do better in a container because their prolific nature can be contained. You can also place them right near your kitchen for quick cooking access. Here is a list of our top "can't live without" garden herbs.
Oregano is the herb flexible to grow indoors as well as outdoors. This herb also makes an exceptional companion plant for garden vegetables as it repels insect pests that commonly affect beans and broccoli. Oregano has oval grayish-green leaves that are frequently used in pizza, spaghetti and marinara sauces, plus many other Italian dishes.
This legendary herb is recognized as the guardian of herbs. Sage herb is one of the common ingredients in Greek, Italian, and Balkan cuisine. Its oil is used as blended massage-oil and in the aromatic therapy. It helps relieve nervousness, anxiety, headaches, stress, and fatigue.
The thyme herb, frequently used for culinary and decorative uses is a versatile and lovely plant to grow in your garden. This herb will flourish in your garden yard. Thyme is one of those herbs, like oregano or sage, which tastes great both fresh and dried.
The delicious taste and wonderful healing properties of parsley are often ignored in its popular role as a table garnish. Parsley is a popular culinary and medicinal herb recognized as one of the functional food for its unique antioxidants, and disease preventing properties.
Apples walk away with most health accolades, and spinach leads the healthy veggie brigade. Compared to them, celery is somewhat unsung but it’s a crunchy, low-cal vegetable has greatly bolstered our knowledge about celery's anti-inflammatory health benefits, including its protection against inflammation in the digestive tract itself.
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Spring onions are the most pungent tasting of young onions with a bit more bite than green onions. Spring onions can be used raw or cooked. Because raw spring onions are pungent, taste to make sure their flavor does not overpower more delicate flavors.
Grace your dinner table with an easy-to-grow, elegant onion cousin: the leek American flag. Leeks create a tasty pearl-white bulb with huge green leaves. They have a delicate onion flavor that makes them a favorite in soups, stews and salads. Perfect for the home gardener and market grower.
The king of herbs basil herb is one of the ancient and popular herbal plants brimming with notable health-benefiting phyto-nutrients. This highly prized plant is revered as "holy herb" in many cultures all around the world. Basil leaves hold many notable plant derived chemical compounds that are known to have disease preventing and health promoting properties.
A favourite salad ingredient - a humble herb is Rocket. Perfect in pesto, delicious in dips this slightly peppery green is one of the fastest growing herbs with many bonus health benefits. It’s also a potent trigger for detoxifying blood and cells and helps promote production of cancer-preventative enzymes.
The easiest of the cresses to grow, garden cress can be harvested in as little as two weeks after sowing. Its peppery taste adds zing to salads. Known also as ‘halim’, garden cress is fast growing and used as a leafy vegetable in salads or as a garnish. These nutrient dense plants are rich source of vitamin A, D and folates.
Tarragon is a perennial herb with long, light green leaves and tiny greenish or yellowish white flowers. It’s a very popular culinary herb used as flavoring agent, especially in the Mediterranean cuisines. This aromatic perennial growing herb is rich in phyto-nutrients as well antioxidants that help promote health and prevent diseases.