Flavoring your food naturally and bringing nutrition and nature back into your diet is really quite easy, much easier than you would think. Growing perennial herbs within your own kitchen is really quite easy and allows you to have full access to these flavors while they grow within your home. Although you may think there must be a lot of pruning, nurturing, and attention given to these perennial herbs, you will be surprised to find out that there isn’t much needed to have your kitchen turn into nature’s kitchen, full of the herbs that keep your food tasting fresh and great.
An Italian herb garden is a beautiful addition to the home. Italian herbs have many different purposes and blend together perfectly to provide many wonderful flavors for cooking.
Cilantro is a simple and rewarding herb to grow at home. It is alternatively referred to as Chinese parsley or coriander leaves. Its seeds are commonly known as coriander and are also used as a spice. Cilantro is a popular herb in many different cultures. It is a mainstay of Mexican and Spanish cooking, as well as many Asian and Middle Eastern cuisines.
An indoor herb garden will allow for a constant supply of fresh herbs no matter what the season. Herb leaves and stems for cooking, teas, health remedies or crafts will be ready available. There are places other than the kitchen windowsill to grow fresh herbs. The beauty and scent of herbs allows the homeowner to place them in the décor with the same consideration as a regular houseplant. The history and lore associated with herbs give a good reason to find unusual planters and ways to display them.