Enliven Your Kitchen Space With These 4 Indoor Plants

Having freshly produced herbs, vegetables at your back is nothing less than a boon. Nothing can beat the taste of newly grown-up vegetables in your kitchen garden. And imagine the pleasure it provides to your eyes and soul. So, let's start soon and complete your kitchen garden with these plants!

Where To Put Kitchen Garden?

Like any other garden, a kitchen garden also requires proper sunlight. A kitchen garden can be assembled in the backyard, terrace, or balcony also. For kitchen gardening, you need ample space and sunlight for your plants. It would be best if you had earthen or plastic pots to grow your produce. You can use milk plastic cartons, used plastic bottles, or DIY the pots using cement for the kitchen garden.

You can make your kitchen garden soil at home. Take a mixture of 50% soil and 50% of compost waste, i.e., waste like tea leaves, eggshells, vegetable peels, rice water, etc., instead of throwing it in the garbage bin, gather it all in a pot with soil and decompose for a few days. And used as a fertilized soil for the plants.

Planning to grow vegetables in the kitchen garden? Here are some you can produce by yourself :

Curry Plant

The curry plant's biological name is Murraya Koenigii or Bergera Koenigii, a small tree often found in every Indian Household. You can quickly grow well both indoors and outdoors. They can be harvested, dried, and stored for several days.

Oregano Plant

Fedup by using dried oregano? You can freshly use this. Oregano is a member of the mint- family and a must-have used in Mediterranean cuisine. You can use fresh oregano leaves in your dishes like pizza, sauce, salads, soups, and a lot more. The best part about the oregano plant is that you can use both dry or fresh leaves of the oregano plant. Isn’t it amazing?


Growing cucumbers is best if your garden is set up at the terrace. The cucumber needs a lot of sunlight, and summer is the perfect season for growing cucumbers at home.


You can also grow tomatoes in your kitchen garden, and it needs a rectangle-shaped pot. Tomatoes are always an excellent choice to grow in the bright light. You can choose varieties of tomatoes for gardening. From small cherry tomatoes to medium sizes in graves, salads, or sauce to large tomatoes for slicing.