Wednesday, 20 January 2021

Herbs in my Garden

 Growing herbs in Garden can be beneficial in many ways for the amateur Gardener too as Herbs are easy to grow and generally require minimal efforts to grow and can be harvested in  a  short period of time . 

It is a wonderful plant to enjoy gardening with advantage of growing plant that can be used in culinary arts to increase smell , taste and flavor of the cuisine.


                                                          A   vertical Herb Garden 


  It can be started in a small space and  you don't need a green thumb to grow and cultivate harvest of herbs and still enjoy the unique fragrance and flavor of each herb in your garden.


Growing and care


Herbs can be easily grown through their seeds and some of the herbs can be even propagated through stem cuttings


                                                   Spinach grown in Left over old oil can 



They do not require much space or fertilizer for growth and can be grown in shallow pots for that matter in  any left over container.



                                                           Fenugreek growing in a pot




Herbs are best plants to grow for those avid gardeners who don't have patience for plant to grow and bear fruits or flowers .



                                                             Basil grown in a sack 


                                                        

Petunias are coming out nicely after rise in temperatures


                                                        




A flight of pigeons captured


                                                                  




A sunset to remember 



                                 


     

23 comments:

  1. The picture of pigeons is stunning. I like the idea of a vertical garden.

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  2. Your herbs look lovely, specially the basil. The photo of the pigeons is wonderful

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  3. Danke für deinen Post mit Verlinkung zum "DND"
    Herrlich so viele Kräuter im Garten zu haben !
    Liebe Grüße

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  4. Beautiful post. I am dong winter sowing "WS" this year. I have jugs already in the yard with squashes, peppers, tomatoes, and onions. I will grow more food this year but do it differently to help with my back. I have my herbs started too. Have a great day today.

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  5. Beautiful sunset, and nice to see some flower color today as we're in the deep of winter here. Have a great day.

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  6. Beautiful sky photos. Herbs are mostly easy to grow - dill does not flourish at my place!

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  7. Beautiful photos and I love the herb idea. I have to think about how I can do that only have full sun in our front yard and deer and rabbits...I love to think about spring gardening...stay well....Michelle

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  8. Hello, i have many different herbs on my balcony; some just for adorement, but man different ones to try while eating, greetings Kalle

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  9. Hello,

    The vertical herb garden looks great, what a wonderful idea. Love the capture of the pigeons in flight. Your sky photo is beautiful. Thank you for linking up and sharing your post. Take care, enjoy your weekend!

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  10. Hello, I enjoyed your photo of the pigeons, and the beautiful sunset.

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  11. A lovely capture of the pigeons in flight.

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  12. I like the first photo of the vertical herb garden. Something I have been thinking about doing. Thanks for linking up and stay well.

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  13. What a clever way to grow herbs! Your birds and sunset are awesome :)

    Thank you for linking up at 'My Corner of the World' this week!

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  14. That last photograph is fantastic!

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  15. What a gorgeous photo of the birds...looks like it should be painted by an artist!

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  16. I love how you are growing your herbs! They look beautiful and so fresh! I have mint in my garden and plan to add parsley too.

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  17. Beautiful! Spinach in the old oil can is impressing. I look so forwards to springtime, when the first herbs start to grow :)

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  18. Your pigeon capture should be framed art on the wall.

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  19. Herbs is something I often think about, but never do:):) Who knows I will once get to it. Petunias were very common in Germany when I lived there. Always interesting posts, for All Seaasons Arun! Have a beautiful week, Jesh

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  20. That image of the bids with open wings could pass for a masterpiece!
    Thanks for sharing
    ~Anni at I'd Rather B Birdin

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  21. wow! The spinach in the oil can. That's clever

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  22. Thanks for taking part in the "My Sunday Best" meme.

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