Mint is a charming, low-maintenance plant with several uses in cuisine, drinks, and household stuff.Mint spreads swiftly when planted in garden beds, sending out runners to soon take over whatever place it can access (not limited to garden soil, it often creeps into cracks between …Read More
Indoor herb gardens deliver fresh herbs to your fingertips. Learn to grow herbs inside, including what herbs to grow indoors, maintenance and lighting and ideas for an indoor herb garden.
Lemon balm (Melissa officinalis) is the mint family’s bushy, perennial herb. This plant can offer a fresh, clean scent to your house. When brushed between the fingers, the plant’s compact, oval leaves give off a pleasant lemon aroma. The care and fertilization requirements for lemon …Read More
So, you’re thinking about starting an indoor herb garden. Have you decided on the best soil for indoor herbs yet? Growing media for indoor herbs is the most important part of a garden. If you planting edible herbs in poor soil, you can’t expect them …Read More
Herbs are a culinary joy, especially when they are fresh and readily available. What could be better than having the kitchen’s fragrances and flavours close at hand? Thyme (Thymus vulgaris) is a useful herb that can be used in several ways. It gives any dish …Read More
Millennial people have a great obsession with plants, from succulents to fiddle-leaf figs. We adore them all and can’t get enough of them, so we’ve turned our itty-bitty homes into jungles. Everywhere we have plants of all sizes and types, whether succulent on the study …Read More