Cilantro is a popular aromatic herb due to its fresh and bright taste. But cilantro is so much more than a versatile culinary herb. Cilantro is loaded with beneficial phytochemicals, vitamins, minerals, and antioxidants.
The word “chamomile” comes from the Greek words for “earth apple,” referring to its pleasant scent reminiscent of apples. Though an ancient plant, Roman Chamomile received its name from a 19th century English botanist who discovered it growing wild in the Colosseum. Chamomile is easy to start indoors and it’s one of the most beneficial herbs for our health and our gardens. This aromatic herb has a long history of medicinal use dating back to ancient Egypt. In addition to acting as a natural sedative, chamomile possesses antibacterial, anti fungal, anti-inflammatory, antioxidant, antispasmodic, and antiviral properties.
If you are a fan of English cottage gardens than you probably know about Hollyhocks. These are my tips on growing this pretty flower!
You may think that growing kiwi fruit is challenging, but let me tell you that it is one of the easiest fruits that you can grow. With a bit of knowledge and by taking the time to take good care of your seeds and give them the best start, anyone can grow kiwi from seeds!
Nothing is more pleasing to the eye than the sight of plump, ruby red strawberries resting within a bushel of dark green leaves. It’s definitely worth your while to try growing strawberries, and the good news is that they are relatively easy to grow if you have full sun.
If you have never grown strawberries before then growing them in containers is a great way to start. It’s so easy and the rewards are indescribably sweet with organic fresh and juicy strawberries!
It’s so important to thin carrots, they will not grow to maturity unless they have space to do so. Carrots need about an inch of space all around to develop properly. In this video i show you how to thin carrots it’s so simple!
Carrots are an easy, rewarding crop to grow, but you need to have the patience to let them mature. You don’t need much space to grow this satisfying crop all summer long, so why not start now and enjoy some organic carrots!
Grown for its tasty and nutritious leaves and leafstalks. Colorful leaves and petioles make it great for edible landscaping and ornamental plantings. Chard is one of the more nutritious, versatile vegetables. It is rich in both vitamins K, A, C and E, plus several B vitamins, magnesium, manganese, potassium, iron and dietary fiber, as well as antioxidants.
There’s nothing like the taste of fresh, home-grown potatoes and they’re so easy to grow whatever the size of your garden. You can grow them in the ground, on your patio or even grow them on your balcony! https://chokrihomeandgarden.blogspot.com/2018/02/how-to-grow-potatoes.html