How healthy ad organic it will be to grow a herbal garden indoors!! With so much adulteration and pollution in the environment, many kitchen gardeners have come up with creating a small indoor garden within their houses. Kitchen gardeners love the convenience of fresh herbs and vegetables at home
The indoor herbal garden adds taste to your meals and even during snow drifting against the kitchen windows, these herbs grow all year long in the indoors. There is no need of any special lights because some of these herbs grow fine in a bright window.
The indoor herbal garden purifies the air in the house and is a great addition to any windowsill. Herbs like basil, oregano, chives, chervil, etc are good additions to the herbal garden. They require lesser space and grow very well in the kitchen gardens. Some of these herbs also act as a very good mosquito repellants and other insect repellants as well.
To grow a herbal garden, all you need is a bright space which can be either your kitchen area or balcony area with a sunny window or sun room or a room with skylights. Secondly, any pot or containers at least 6 inches or larger can be used for growing herbs as long as it has drainage holes. Fertilizers can be used to give the herbal plants a boost to help them grow in the indoors
Houseplants are a good idea to quarantine any plants brought in from your indoor gardens. These plants purify the air in the homes and provide a supply of fresh hers all the year round. This garden adds a little green life to the kitchen and gallery areas
Today it has become very important to live an organic life. An herbal garden can contribute immensely to living this life. This has surprisingly added number of herbal gardens in the kitchens and balconies