Planting, Growing, and Harvesting Sage

Planting, Growing, and Harvesting Sage

Growing sage,On the off chance that you love developing regular sage in your spice garden and live in a warm region, you’ll need to consider adding Cleveland sage in with the general mish-mash. Salvia clevelandii, otherwise called California blue, fragrant, and frequently, Cleveland sage is a quickly developing, exceptionally sweet-smelling spice that is local to…

Planting, Growing and Harvesting Scented Geranium

Planting, Growing and Harvesting Scented Geranium

Growing Scented Geranium. Scented Geraniums are indeed not Geraniums by any stretch of the imagination. They are Pelargonium. Their leaves, in any case, do take after Geraniums, and they are in a similar natural family. They have an assortment of blossoms and leaf shapes and make beautiful house and nursery plants.  Scented Geraniums can be…

Planting, Growing, and Harvesting Lavender.

Planting, Growing, and Harvesting Lavender.

Growing lavender, Lavandula, commonly known as the lavender herb, is a genus. It holds 47 species of flowering plants that are known to date. Growing and planting Lavender has become a common practice in the modern-day.The scent and visuals that the lavender tree and the lavender flowers provide get widely included in the gardens. The…

Planting, Growing, and Harvesting Marjoram

Growing marjoram, Marjoram (Origanum majorana) is a simple to develop spice appropriate for filling in holders just as in the nursery. There are by and large three assortments generally designed: sweet marjoram, pot marjoram, and wild marjoram (otherwise called ordinary oregano). A wide range of marjoram is famous for use in the kitchen as preparation…

Planting, Growing, and Harvesting Nasturtium

Growing Nasturtium, Nasturtium belongs to the family of various plants in the Tropaeolum genus. Generally, we can see nasturtium plants in Mexico, Central America, and northern South America. Nasturtium leaves have a minty flavor, and so it is used in many recipes all around the world. Nasturtium has a different color property; generally, it’s yellow,…

Planting, growing and harvesting Mint.

Growing mint, Mints are aromatic by nature. They are considered perennial herbs. The system that they grow in may vary between erect, square, and branched. They spread under the ground and come with overground stolons. The leaves generally get arranged in the opposite pairs and range from being oblong to lanceolate. The mint leaves showcase…