Set up your kitchen garden with herbs.

A few herbs can assist you in developing a very aesthetically beautiful kitchen garden, from the invigorating perfume of coriander leaves served over a delectable dal dish to the seductive and savoury aroma of curry leaves. Growing your own fresh herbs is quite simple, whether you have a designated kitchen garden, a little kitchen balcony, or even a tiny window sill. Indian herbs like mint, curry leaves, tulsi, and others have a number of therapeutic benefits in addition to beautifying your kitchen garden. When growing herbs inside, make sure they receive enough sunshine for healthy growth. The list of herbs you can cultivate in your kitchen garden is as follows:

Refreshing coriander

Every Indian household uses coriander, often referred to as dhaniya, as a garnish for dals, soups, beverages, and other foods. This herb works wonderfully with all Indian dishes to create the most delicious savoury treats because it is light and reviving.

Throughout the whole growth season, the coriander seeds require constant irrigation. For best growth, they need around 1 inch of water every week.

Medicinal Tulsi

Holy basil sometimes referred to as tulsi, is a native of the Indian subcontinent. This Indian plant is used both for spiritual and conventional medical uses. The most prominent plant used frequently in Ayurveda is tulsi.

Tulsi should be kept in an area that is at least 70 degrees because it is a tropical plant and requires warm temperatures to germinate. The potted plant's soil needs to be maintained consistently moist, but not soggy. After being planted for around three weeks, tulsi seeds begin to sprout.

Savoury Curry Leaves

Curry leaves are cooked and tempered in a variety of recipes to provide their distinct aroma. Curry leaves can be added to tea for nutrients and are also good for the eyes and hair. Curry leaf plants require a lot of sunshine.

The soil in the potted plant should never be dry at any moment. Regular curry leaf trimming is also necessary to make room for more of them to grow.

Cooling mint

With mint stalks that still have roots, the mint plant can be planted in a pot or other container. Mint is simple to grow and, once it takes root, blossoms exquisitely, filling your kitchen with a crisp scent. Mint should be grown in a container because it is an aggressive plant that can take over your garden. The mint plant produces tasty green leaves that are used in chutneys, juices, cocktails, raita, and other dishes.

Earthy dill

Dill has slender, bushy branches and is delicious and nutritious. For the quickest growth, dill should be planted in a sunny, well-drained region.

They can take up to three weeks to develop, with spring being the ideal season to grow them.