Plants That You Can Grow In Your Kitchen Garden!
Homegrown vegetables and herbs have a different taste, they taste fresh and also, they are organic. If you are a kitchen garden enthusiast and love cooking, you can grow some plants in your kitchen garden too. It is not a difficult task at all but if you are a beginner and planning to grow plants in your kitchen garden and don’t know what plants to start from then we are going to suggest you 5 plants to grow in your kitchen garden.
- Cherry Tomatoes/ Slice Tomatoes
You can harvest cherry tomatoes or sliced tomatoes or both in your kitchen garden. Cherry tomatoes have a little sour and sweet taste to them hence you can use them for making spaghetti pasta. Slice tomatoes are tomatoes that have a larger size than cherry tomatoes and you can use them in making sandwiches and burgers. They also look pretty and will beautify your garden.
- Jalapeno Pepper
Gains maturity within 75 days, the jalapeno pepper is the easiest pepper to grow. Spicing up your food by using them in cooking is the best way. They are hot but not too much and hence should be the part of every kitchen garden.
If your kitchen garden receives a lot of sunlight throughout the year, cucumber will be finding its way to your kitchen garden. Cucumber grows well in a lot of Sunlight, grows vertically so you don’t have to worry about space in your garden. Making a fresh salad out of it is the best way to eat it.
Herbs can instantly freshen up your food by just adding them on top after you are done cooking. You can grow at least two herbs in one pot. The best choice for the Indian kitchen would be curry leaves, mint, holy basil, carom, coriander, etc.
- Beans/ Spinach
You can grow beans or spinach or both, they are a rich source of protein and iron in the diet. They don’t require much maintenance and grows well.
Now that we have guided you on which plants you can grow in your kitchen garden, get started with the preparation and get ready to taste delicacies made from your home-grown plants.