Herbs that you can Grow in a Container

If you build a small garden in your home, you will not only have an interior decoration in your home but it also relaxes your eyes. Many people have a passion or hobby to do gardening in the house and they grow plants, vegetables, and herbs that use in the kitchen.

Here is the list of Herbs that you can Grow in a Container

1. Mint

Mint leaves give freshness. You can put it in tea, chutney or soup making. It does not require much sunlight. It can be easily grown in the container placed on the balcony.

2. Lemon Thyme

Its Aroma is quite famous. You can mix it with tea, which brings freshness. It grows very fast. It is very much used in dishes.

3. Chives

This herb falls into dishes. Dump soil and sunlight are needed for this. 4 hours of sunshine a day is enough for this. Cut small bunches of leaves back to the soil level when harvesting to keep new ones coming.

4. Nasturtium

It can be grown easily in the container and even to grow this herb we don’t require fertile soil.

5. Parsley

It takes time to grow. So once you transplant in the pot, forget it. But after a few months, it will look very handsome and useful too.

6. Basil

You must grow Basil in your kitchen garden or on the balcony. It’s beneficial in cold, fever etc. Basil grows well in Monsoon season.

7. Coriander

Take coriander seeds and put them in pots. Leaves will start to grow in few days. You can use them to make chutneys etc.

8. Thyme

This is a special flavored herb. It is very important to take care of it. Thyme is maximum uses in the Spanish dish. If you wish you can buy it from the nursery.

9. Sage

It prefers shallow, rocky soils and large amounts of sun. Cooks rely on sage for its distinct flavor and aroma, and the herb also offers a number of potential health and medicinal benefits. Sage is known for its natural antiseptic, preservative and bacteria-killing abilities in meat.

10. Rosemary

This herb, especially the flower tops, contains antibacterial and antioxidant rosmarinic acid, plus several essential oils such as cineol, camphene, borneol, bornyl acetate, and α-pinene that are known to have anti-inflammatory, anti-fungal, and antiseptic properties.

11. Oregano

Oregano has been gaining popularity as a natural remedy, though its use as a health-boosting herb is centuries old. It contains high amounts of Omega-3s, Iron, Manganese, and antioxidants.

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If we missed some herbs to mention or you have any doubt or even suggestions for us, feel free to write in a comment box. Thanks for reading our post and also thanks for sharing our post with others too. Happy Gardening.

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