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Herbs To Grow In Your Kitchen Garden

Growing coriander in pots. Coriander is a fast-growing annual plant that reaches up to 12 - 22 inches in height. With a little extra care, coriander can grow indoors.

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Basil, a hardy herb, thrives indoors and outdoors with proper moisture and sunlight. It can be grown in containers and vegetable garden boxes.

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Curry leaf plant can be grown in pots or directly in soil, with deep pots and well-draining soil, and tilled soil for optimal growth.

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Plant Mint in wide, shallow containers or hanging pots, using high-quality garden soil mix for sprawling vines and spreading vines.

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Sow oregano seeds indoors before expected frost, using a sunny location like a window or other window for germination.

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Rosemary plant care in India requires well-drained, sandy soil and six to eight hours of direct sunlight for easy growth.

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Plant Thyme in well-drained, gritty soil in full sun, using clay-based soil for container-grown plants. Mulch with light-colored stones or pebbles, and prune after flowering and frost.

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