How healthy and organic it will be to start an indoor herb garden!! Faced with the many adulterations and messes, many kitchen gardeners have dreamed up a small indoor garden in their homes. Kitchen gardeners love the convenience of fresh herbs and vegetables at home
The indoor herb garden adds flavor to your meals, and even while the snow is blowing against the kitchen windows, these herbs grow indoors year-round. No special lighting is required as some of these herbs do well in a bright window.
The indoor herb garden purifies the air in the house and is a great addition to any windowsill. Herbs such as basil, oregano, chives, chervil, etc. are good additions to the herb garden. They take up less space and do very well in the vegetable garden. Some of these herbs also act as very good mosquito and other insect repellents.
All you need to create an herb garden is a bright space, which can be either your kitchen area, or a balcony area with a sunny window or conservatory, or a room with skylights. Second, any pot or container that is at least 6 inches or larger can be used to grow herbs if they have drainage holes. With the help of fertilizers, the herbs can be fertilized indoors
Houseplants are a good idea to quarantine plants that come from your indoor gardens. These plants purify the air in houses and provide fresh air all year round. This garden brings a little green life to the kitchen and gallery areas
Living an organic life is very important these days. A herb garden can help you a lot in living this life. As a result, a surprising number of herb gardens have emerged in the kitchens and on the balconies