Top 10 Best Herbs for Gardening Newbies

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When the weather starts to warm up a little, it is a perfect timing to grow some herbs. You don’t need a lot of space but there are a lot of herbs you should consider growing. If you are new on gardening, you will need easy to maintain herbs. Actually, most herbs are basically easy to maintain. Check out the list below for easy herbs for newbies.

  1. Thyme

It keeps away sore throats, coughs, and colds. It works well with many veggies and herbs and it helps maintaining your nail, hair, and skin health.

  1. Tarragon

This is a common herb for eggs, chicken, and veggie dishes. It is filled with nutrients and it taste very nice. You can use it both wet and dry.

  1. Sage

Use the leaves for sausages recipes, chicken menu, or sauce recipes. Use the flowers for your desserts and salad. Do you ever try sage tea? It calms your anxiety.

  1. Rosemarry

It works well with bread, nuts, veggies, chicken, lamb, and even fish. Meanwhile, it is a helpful herb for indigestion and stress relieve. You can smell it since when you cut the leaves.

 

  1. Mint

You can actually add mint on your soups, desserts, and even drinks, not to mention its digestive aid and remedial properties. You will love how it smells in the kitchen.

  1. Parsley

Parsley has excellent bitter taste that works well on so many recipes. It is a useful natural remedy too. To get fresh and healthy leaves, you need to trim the plants regularly.

  1. Oregano

This herb works well on almost all recipes and it makes great natural remedy as well. The best thing of this herb is you can consume both the flowers and leaves in many ways.

  1. Cilantro

While being helpful in digestion and reducing inflammation, cilantro is a perfect herbs on so many dishes. To get the best leaves and to keep it fresh, keep the plants neat and remove brown leaves immediately.

  1. Chives

Chives keep away mosquitoes while it works on many recipes like onion and makes wonderful anti-inflammatory agent. Leave the ½ inch tall stubs while cutting to keep it growing.

  1. Basil

Sweet basil is a popular option. It can be used on recipe in both dry and wet form. The key to fresh and decent leaves is to cut all flowers stalks that appear.

It’s great to be able to grab everything you need fast. Those herbs will be more than helpful. Grow some now and enjoy the easy and healthy life.