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Leaves may have an elliptical shape with an oval base.
The flowers are arranged in racemes and may be axial.
The leaves may remain arranged opposite in pairs or alternate along the length of the stem.
The fruit may have their seeds within the fleshy covering. At times, the seeds are outside. There may be more than one seed at times.
There are winter and summer plants.
The seeds may disperse in the wind or may be carried by humans and animals. At times, the birds and the bees carry the seeds and pollen grains on their bodies.
Here are the things that make your garden grow. Good growth begins with proper planning. Check the things your garden needs grow well.
All kitchen gardens have their special fruit, houseplants or vegetable plants. The most popular kitchen garden plants comprise those that grow easily without needing too much care. In this review, we see which ones you can grow if you do not have much idea of what will fit into your kitchen garden.
a) Spice up your garden with basil. Mix it with salads or any dish. It gives a tangy and spicy flavor. It grows well in the sun. This annual herb grows up to 2½ feet in height. The do not do so well in cold weather. So plant them after winter has passed.
b) Another classic spicy shrub is the bay plant. It is the chef’s favorite for stews, soups and meat dishes. It requires sun to grow. It can grow up to 16 feet in height. This perennial shrub or tree does not like the cold at all.
One essential part of a healthy kitchen garden is the absence of weeds and pests. The pests and insects come with the appearance of fresh, green leaves.
Apply the fertilizers and dig up the earth to allow them to breathe. You can leave one corner of the garden for your compost heap preparation. If you want to apply pesticides be sure you know which is safe and how much you will apply.