It’s must be a fortune to have a garden with lush herbs and walkways draped in edible plants. Imagine the process that you sow the seeds, see your baby plants sprout and grow up, and after your everyday care, your plants flourish with ripe fruits. It’s a great joy to pick up your own fruits and enjoy it with your family and friends. However, a limited space may confine your plan for growing herbs or vegetables. Or you might be a gardening beginner, knowing little about how and what to grow. Here we offer you some ideas.
What is easy to grow?
To answer this question, first you have to know what kinds of herbs and produce thrive in your area. The plants that grows well in one region may wilt in another. So remember to learn some information about the plant’s growth habit. You don’t have to be much that professional, just search it on the Internet, like which plants do best in your zone and when to plant etc. And some seed packets may tell you which zones are best for that specific plant. Or try buying baby plants from a local nursery, for the plants they’re selling are grown for the current season and for your local area.
Regardless of the different regions that your are in, here are some herbs and produce that are the most prolific and the easiest to grow.
Chives need less care than most plants. It can be grown in a random patch of dirt in your land or in a pot. People even grow them indoors. If you keep a healthy-looking plant at a nursery, it can last you for years.
Tomatoes are rich in nutrients. It does have special flavors when eating raw or being cooked. I love tomatoes, how about you? They are essential for delicious marinara sauces, stews, blended raw salads, raw salad dressings, salad toppings, and sandwiches. Home grown tomatoes are much tastier, sweeter, and fresher than store bought.
You can even use the onions you buy at the grocery store to grow your own green onions. Put the white bottoms in a glass of water on a windowsill with a tiny bit of green above the water. You’ll be growing new green tops in a few days. Replace the water every few days. You can keep them going like this for weeks, or maybe months.
Oregano is one of the simplest woody herbs to grow. It is the most forgiving one compared with other woody herbs including lavender, thyme, rosemary, and sage. You can grow oregano indoors if it’s by a super-sunny window and stays warm.
If you are troubled by limited space, you may consider growing kinds of herbs and vegetables in vertical stackable planters. It helps you save space and adds a stereoscopic vision to your area.
Grow with Leizisure stackable planters
Leizisure 5-tier stackable planters provide chances for planting enthusiasts to grow a variety of vegetables and herbs in spite of confined space. The number of ‘individual’ pots per tier is 3, of which the structure is very stable and it provides enough room for roots of each plant to spread. Plants combination is fairly amazing and fascinating, especially for those DIY lovers. When it comes to combine several kinds of plants, soil sorts should be considered. The separate tiers allow you to place plants with similar growing habits together. Fill the planter with slightly acidic soil, rich in organic matter and holds the moisture well, and some sand that help drain well.