In addition to producing green space, absorbing CO2, purifying the air, like pothos, snake plants, jade plants, aloe vera. Do you know that there are some also bringing many uses for health? In the article, we will write about them to help you have plants that work both decoration and great food that you may look for. They are considered perfect options for decorating, saving money, and eating healthier. Growing them in the living space means you will have them throughout the entire year in the home and use them any time when needed.
Lemons, Carrots, Bell Peppers, and more, all can be turned into many delicious dishes, from cooked to raw. You can grow them at the corner of the house, on the windowsill, or in front of the porch to serve anytime you want to eat without going too far to have. There are a lot of varieties of a dwarf that can be adapted to inside conditions with basic care to grow easily. Whether you grow them for decorating or for having good health, they promise to make you amazed.
Lemons have a ton of vitamin C and antioxidants. You can grow them easily with potting soil or loam-based potting mix and give drain holes in the bottom. Water your plant often and spray the leaves with water to keep them hydrated. Give them 8 to 12 hours of sunlight every day.
Mandarins are loaded with antioxidants, calcium, phosphorous, magnesium, and fiber. To grow, you can grow a dwarf tree indoors, and give it a large pot that is well-draining. Put it in a sunny location and water often.
Carrots are a great source of a variety of vitamins, minerals and are known to be amazing for your eyes because they have carotenoids in them. You can grow this veggie by planting seeds in a window box that is at least a foot, a half deep, and covered with potting soil. Give it a well-draining container with potting mix. Keep the soil wet and in a window that gets a lot of sunlight.
#4 Bell Peppers
Bell peppers are rich in vitamin C, especially red ones. You can grow them easily by buying seedlings from the nursery and planting them in individual pots. Keep them in a sunny area.
Radishes contain high in folate, fiber, riboflavin, and potassium. To grow radishes indoors, let’s start with a large, well-draining pot. Then fill it with mostly potting soil and a small amount of coarse sand, sprinkle the seeds over the soil. Keep the soil moist and the plant in a spot that gets at least 6 hours of sunlight per day.
#6 Salad Greens
Salad Greens are full of vitamins A, C, and K, as well as folate and iron. You can grow them by buying purchasing a starter plant or seeds from the nursery. Plant them 4 inches apart in a container with drainage holes and water them often.
Microgreens are rich in vitamins A, C, K, and folate. Growing this leafy vegetable easily by filling a shallow tray no more than 2 inches deep to the top with soil, you lightly cover them with more soil. Then, let’s use a spray bottle, mist the soil every day, and keep the tray on the sunny windowsill.
Tomatoes have antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties, which can help prevent coronary heart disease. Growing them by buying a tomato plant or sowing seeds in a well-draining pot. Keep it in a sunny area and keep the soil moist.
Mushrooms have an abundance of fiber, vitamin C, antioxidants, and cancer-fighting compounds. The easiest way to grow mushrooms is to buy a kit, and all you will have to do is add water.
Ginger helps with motion sickness and nausea and reduces inflammation. You can easy to grow this herb by using a clove of garlic that has buds, then grow the freshest bud facing up in containers, and cover it in soil. Give it indirect sunlight and keep moist for new growth to sprout.
Mint is a great herb that has a bunch of benefits, especially in digestion. To grow, let’s start with a seedling from the nursery in a large pot and fill it with potting soil. Put in a sunny location and water it regularly.
Rosemary helps limit weight gain and improve cholesterol levels. To grow this herb, give it a container with holes in the bottom for drainage. Then, placed in a sunny location where it can get at least 6 hours of sunlight every day, water when the surface of the soil appears dry.
Chives have an amazing amount of antioxidants, phytochemicals, and vitamins A and C. You can grow it by filling a pot that is 6 to 9 inches deep with potting soil. Plant the seeds and cover them completely in a light layer of soil. Give it partially shaded and water regularly.
Like garlic, scallions belong to the allium family, both are associated with cancer prevention. They are easy to grow in both water and soil. Don’t forget to give it full sunlight.
Cilantro gives carotenoids, vitamin A which helps protect against stroke, cancer, and heart disease. You can either grow cilantro from coriander seeds or starter plants in a well-draining pot with a sunny location. And of course, water them every day.