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Indoor Plants

Nothing can be more fun and exciting than adding freshly picked herbs from one’s garden. Herbs can be anything ranging from peppermint to thyme to parsley or basil. The best thing is that growing herbs is not that difficult of a task compared to other shrubs and flowering plants. One will have to pay less attention to them, and still, most of them will thrive in all types of climatic conditions. The best thing about growing one’s herb garden is the availability of gourmet herbs at one’s windowsill. One can find online plants Delhi stores for placing one order.

However, maintain a garden, regardless of being small or of a single type. One should have certain ideas and practices to keep the herbs fresh and growing.

Here are the 5 tips for those who are new to herb gardening:

1. Choose herbs for indoor gardening wisely 

It is easy to get all greedy and pick seeds or stems for all types of herbs when it comes to the indoor herb garden. But, this will overcrowd the soil bed and also will make it difficult to maintain them all. One should choose which herbs will be used most in the food recipes and grow them only.

2. Low nutrition soil

One of the things that herb garden enthusiasts should keep in mind is that herbs do not need highly nutritious soil like other flowering plants. One should not make the soil too nutritious. One should avoid mixing growth promoters, potting mixes, etc., in the soil. Use natural soil and make sure that the water is well-drained, as it can disturb the root system of the herbs.

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3. Start with stems instead of seeds 

The very thing that comes to one’s mind while starting an herb garden is to; use seeds. But at times, using seeds to grow herbs can take more time and effort than presented. One needs to make sure that the seeds germinate first, and then they need to harden the seeds before they can grow a plant. Seeing this predicament, one should use starter packs of stems from herbs and plants online Delhi stores for different types and varieties.

4. Keeping the herbs pruned

Pruning is a very crucial step that encourages foliage growth in herbs. When the herb grows, it eventually goes towards flowering. After flowering, the growth of the herb will stall completely. Therefore, it is necessary to keep the herbs pruned so that the growth never stops. One can put the pruned ends in compost without wasting them otherwise.

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5. Use stems to propagate

Well, at times, one may not be that lucky to have the best growth in the herbs, and they may end up drying or dying during the season. Well, instead of buying new saplings or seeds to grow another batch, use the stems of the old batch. Herbs can grow from the stems if taken care of.


Having a kitchen herb garden is quite an exhilarating experience if one loves cooking and experimenting with new flavors and spices. One can choose any herb, like parsley, cumin, mint, or thyme, to grow in the respective seasons. Nevertheless, one should be careful that herbs are sensitive, and therefore, requires some extra care from time to time.