10 Indian Herbs That You Can Easily Grow In Your Small Kitchen Garden

10 Indian Herbs That You Can Easily Grow In Your Small Kitchen Garden
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Herbs don’t require a ceremonious maintenance process. These Indian herbs are easy to grow and don’t demand a lot. Due to this reason, people who lack time, satiate their passion for gardening by growing herbs. You don’t need a lot of space for these herbs. These plants can be nurtured and grown anywhere. If you are fond of gardening, you can easily create a small garden adorned with these beautiful herbs. However, not every herb can be nurtured anywhere. Given below is a list of herbs that you can grow easily in your backyard or in pots.  

10 Indian Herbs

1. Coriander (धनिआ)

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This is a famous spice used in almost all the Indian dishes. Without the touch of coriander, Indian dishes fail to provide the spicy touch. This herb is low maintenance. You can grow it anywhere inside your home or outside without worry. This refreshing herb would freshen up the environment of your home like the way it adds freshness to your food. You can create a small garden using coriander on your terrace as well. 

2. Holi Basil (तुलसी – Tulsi)

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Tulsi is one of the best in sacred Indian herbs which is needed for various purposes. You can add this to your food to add a tinge of spice. It also possesses medicinal quality. The best thing about Tulsi is – you can grow it anywhere. However, make sure to place the plant in light for better growth. 

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3. Parsley

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You can grow parsley anywhere. If you want a small indoor garden, this plant could be the right pick. This herb grows well outdoor as well. The herb acts to spice up foods. If you like slightly bitter tinge in your food, you would love parsley. It can be used for garnishing food as well. However, you need to be a little careful with this herb. It grows fast and can create a bush within a very short while. 

4. Mint (पुदीना – Pudeena)

In India, people look for herbs with cooling properties. For this they grow mint inside their homes. You too can add mint to your garden. This low maintenance plant will augment the taste of your juices and help you stay fresh throughout the summer. 

5. Sage (तेजपत्ता – Tejpatta)

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This aromatic herb possesses many qualities. Energy healers use this herb for energy healing. You can grow this herb anywhere. It is low maintenance. However, you need to be a little careful about sage’s tendency to attract bees. 

6. Fenugreek (मेथी – Methi)

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If you suffer from digestion related problems, you can resort to this herb. The plant is cultivated for both the leaves and the seeds. The plant does not require a lot of time and care. Therefore, it befits your small garden.

7. Rosemary (गुलमेहंदी – Gulmehendi)

Famous for its flavor, Rosemary is the perfect herb to include in your garden. The herb adds delicious flavor to dishes. You will find Rosemary getting sold in the market. The plant is easy to care for. You don’t have to spend hours tending this plant. Therefore, it can adorn your garden easily with its fragrance and beauty. However, you need to be careful about the plant. It has the tendency to grow quickly. Unattended, it can bloom into a large bush. Therefore, be sure to pay attention to the plant’s growth. Also, don’t over hydrate it with water.  

8. Thyme

This could be another valuable addition to your garden. Thyme adds beautiful flavor to egg or bean curries. You can grow this herb both indoor and outdoor without much trouble. The herb can add taste to your soup and other curries as well. You will find that the herb is easy to care for. Thus, without hesitation you can include this beautiful plant to your garden. 

9. Fennel (सौंफ – Saunf)

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Highly flavory and aromatic, fennel can be your best pick for your garden or pot. The plant is easy to care for. You would not need hours to tend this plant. It grows quickly. The fennel seeds are used for cooking purposes or you can use leaves directly. You would be delighted to add this plant to your garden.

10. Mustard (सरसो – Sarso)

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In India mustard is a famous spice. You can use leaves or seeds in your kitchen. This herb can be easily added to your garden. You would be delighted to have this within your reach. It is easy to care for the mustard plants. Thus, you would not have to worry about spending all your day, tending for this one.

Lastly, There are many other Indian herbs which you can include to your garden. There are many benefits of creating one. However, if you are going for an indoor garden, you need to check the properties of the plants you want to add to your garden. Some plants attract insects. Some plants possess poisonous quality. Also, there are plants that can grow into full size bushes. You need to pay attention to these factors.

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