Creating a Window Sill Herb Garden

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Not all gardening needs to be done outside. Creating a window sill herb garden is easy and creates a nice look for the kitchen or dining room – and you don’t have to walk far when your recipe calls for a few basil leaves. One of the most important parts of growing your own herbs is that, in a case where grocery stores are shut down, or your food is limited in taste or textures, herbs can be a great way to add flavors and that little bit of extra “zing” to make a bland meal more appetizing.

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Growing Herbs in the West Window

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A window facing the west gets less direct light than one that faces south, but better light than a window that faces east. This means that plants that need light but cannot handle much direct sun will grow well in a west-facing window. Flowering houseplants often enjoy a west window, as do …

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Kitchen Herbs for the Windowsill

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A sunny windowsill in the kitchen is a great place to put a windowsill herb garden kit and grow a variety of herbs that can be used in the food created there. These can be started with seeds or young plants, but it will take longer to get usable herbs if starting …

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Guide to Nettle

Guide to Nettle

Growing herbs is way easier than growing flowers or vegetables in your garden. You can plant herbs indoors through pots or directly on the ground soil. As the herb needs minimal effort and attention, its benefits are incomparable. One of the effortless herbs to grow is Nettle. Nettle, also known as stinging …

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Guide to Herb Clover

Guide to Herb Clover

Growing indoor herbs serves best when you want to enjoy homegrown produce, make creative and personalized ideas for gift-giving purposes, or want to create a dash of the green interior in your sweet home. Additionally, herbs are medicinal plants that could treat diseases and help maintain a healthy lifestyle.  Herbs are rich …

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Guide to Milk Thistle

Guide to Milk Thistle

Milk Thistle is a plant that is common in Europe and North America in ancient times. Recently, milk thistles are grown in the eastern part of the United States, California, South America, Africa, Australia, and Asia. Saint Mary’s thistle, blessed milk thistle, Mediterranean milk thistle, and Scotch thistle are other names called …

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Guide to the Dandelion: An Unusual Herb

Guide to the Dandelion An Unusual Herb

From the flowers down to its roots, the dandelion is loaded with health benefits helpful to different medical treatments. Dandelion, scientifically known as Taraxacum, is a large genus of flowering herb belonging to the Asteraceae family. Further, botanists consider dandelion as a flowering herb. Not only can dandelion leaves and flowers add …

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