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These Easy-To-Grow Plants Are What You Need For Your Kitchen Garden

These Easy-To-Grow Plants Are What You Need For Your Kitchen Garden

These Easy-To-Grow Plants Are What You Need For Your Kitchen Garden
You do not have to sweat as they grow; even with the least of care ― simply water them on regular intervals ― these plants will grow and spread cheer. (Images: Dreamstime)

Tough times have sensitised us all about the dangers of global warming. As a concerned citizen, we try to fight the pollution monster in our own humble way, using our own humble methods. Any contribution, however insignificant, is a contribution after all, is it not? While you are at it, we suggest you consider these plants which will not only spice things up in your kitchen but also add generous amounts of green hues to your humble abode. What else? You do not have to sweat as they grow; even with the least of care ― simply water them on regular intervals ― these plants will grow and spread cheer.

Tulsi

Tulsi

Its sacred significance in the Hindu religion apart, the popularity of this herb is undeniable. Also popular by the name holy basil, Tulsi is one of the easiest plants to grow in your kitchen and maintain. This is precisely the reason why every household could afford to flaunt it. The leaves of this plant have medicinal qualities, too. Add some leaves of this plant into your evening tea and bliss will be yours. It is used to relax the body, cure common cold and even other physical ills. This happens to be the most popular way in which tulsi is consumed in average Indian households. Basil is also frequently used in global cuisines, especially Asian and Italian. 

Curry leaves

Curry Leaves

Long gone are the days when it was the people from the southern part of India who showed their incapability to sustain their kitchen without curry leaves. From Delhi to West Bengal, curry leaves have become an integral part of the cooking process all across India. As a result, these are often seen adorning the kitchen gardens of grand and humble abodes alike. Not only do they add a distinct flavour to your food, curry leaves are believed to have medicinal value that keeps your digestion clear. Is it not the best thing to keep close to your kitchen?

Aloe vera

Aloe Vera

Among Indian households this plant gained popularity after beauty product manufacturers and drug makers went into a frenzy to explain the various benefits of the plant. Again, it is an easy-to-grow green plant that helps you greatly in personal grooming. The herb is also used in cooking. It should particularly interest you if you are working towards a weight-loss programme. Drinking aloe vera juice can assist you in achieving the target faster, it is believed. 

Last Updated: Tue Apr 04 2017

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