Growing Coriander in Pots: A Simple Guide!

When I was a child, my mom told me I shouldn’t eat too much coriander because she thought it’s harmful for the brain. Today, studies have shown that coriander can actually protect the brain (sorry mom). Not only that, but cilantro can also protect your heart, skin, and gut health. To get all the benefits … Read more

Companion Planting Herbs and Vegetables

Companion planting is one of the most helpful practices in gardening for a number of reasons. One of those reasons is that certain plants can boost the growth and flavor of other plants. Many gardeners use companion planting to decrease their need for fertilizers and pesticides. For that reason, companion planting herbs and vegetables is … Read more

Lemon Balm Growing Conditions and Tips

Lemon balm is one of the most popular medicinal herbs. It has been used for centuries to relieve stress and anxiety along with other psychological and physiological conditions. Today, lemon balm extracts are available in many forms, including essential oil and capsules. Yet, you can only get the full benefits of the plant if you … Read more

Potting Soil for Lavender: Discover The Flawless Mix!

Choosing a suitable potting soil for lavender is the first and most important step in cultivating the plant. If you start with the wrong soil, growing lavender will just be a miserable experience for you. Many gardeners who try to grow lavender for the first time fail terribly because they pick an unsuitable growing medium … Read more

Spearmint Plant Care: How to Care for Spearmint?

Gardeners love growing spearmint for many reasons, one of the main ones being how easy it is to do so. Spearmint plant care is very basic and unsophisticated, unlike with many other herbs. Nevertheless, before cultivating any plant, it’s always important to take a good look at its needs and growing conditions. Throughout many years … Read more

Growing Thai Basil Indoors: Propagation and Plant Care!

Are you planning on growing Thai basil indoors? Then don’t think twice; this herb can easily grow inside, just like its mother – the common basil. Thai basil is a very resilient and easy-going variety of basil. In fact, many gardeners consider growing Thai basil to be much simpler than growing other varieties of the … Read more