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Kitchen gardening seems easy enough when you think about it. Get a few seeds and saplings, pots, a bag of garden soil from the nursery and fill the pots with soil, sow the seeds or plant the saplings and just place them on the balcony or windowsills.


In the concrete jungles of our cities, we’re always looking for spots of green. With the constant increase in the cost of vegetables and the decreasing quality of the same, it’s no wonder that there’s been a dramatic rise of people growing their own terrace gardens. For some, it is just a hobby to pass their time while for others, it is about going organic and ensuring they have only safe and healthy fruits and vegetables.


People in the cities have gotten used to the supermarket life way too much. In our busy schedule, we don’t have time to grow any plants or vegetables in our homes. But we believe that everyone should have at least some plants in their homes. Here is our list of herbal plants you can grow in your kitchen with minimum effort, minimum time and minimum space.


Scenting homes need not be limited just to the interiors. A picturesque and fragrant garden is a pleasure offering much needed respite from the pollution of the city. Mixed floral scents lingering in the air surrounding your home can prove refreshing. So what should you plants to grow for a beautifully scented garden? Check out these native species that thrive with little attention!


With outdoor pollution reaching alarming rates, its time people understood that air pollution indoors is also a big health concern in all major Indian cities. Elements like smoke, chemicals, and other biological and chemical pollutants like living organisms, allergens, and VOCs can make the air inside our homes toxic. The unfortunate truth is that these pollutants and allergens are present in almost every household no matter how spotless it looks.