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Tips for Growing Kitchen Herbs in the Home

Tips for Growing Kitchen Herbs in the Home

Growing culinary herbs at home is a fun and useful activity to make the most of interior space. Whenever we have some extra spare time, it's natural to turn our attention to the essential balance of life and growth. Indoor gardening and finding exciting ways to cultivate and create certainly falls into that category, and here at Dotmaison we have a few top tips to help highlight the particular value of indoor gardening.

 The Scandinavian label Zone Denmark is a brand with a keen eye for helping out with growing herbs for the kitchen. The company's practical and ultra-modern products in the home gardening range offer a direct link to the essential workings of nature. As well as pots for growing from accessories, keen herb cultivators often like to be equipped with gardening accessories such as watering cans and herb scissors. Having access to trusted designs and products can certainly make the activity of herb gardening even more enjoyable.

Take the above Zone Denmark Herb Pot Jungle Green. Available in two sizes of small and large, the herb pot offers a tried and tested method of getting close to the cultivation and growth of herbs. Ideal for positioning on a kitchen surface or a window sill, the ceramic pot is self-watering keeping the correct water balance for the plants to grow healthily. The stoneware pot has a groove on the side for easy topping up of the water which is then delicately filtered down via the built-in wicks.

The ideal accompaniment to a great Herb Pot is a trusted pair of scissors for gathering the freshly grown herbs, spices and plants. Zone Denmark has another great answer to this with the Herb and Sprout Scissors, Black. The scissors stay close to the pot from a little hook on the side, so they're never far away when you need to harvest your carefully grown herbs. Made from tough stainless steel metal, the scissors are sure to become an item you'll use again and again for home gardening.

Also in the same set of brilliantly useful products for indoor gardening is the Herb and Sprout Watering Can. Made from beautifully black finished steel, the can is available in two sizes. Just the thing to keep all kinds of plant life well watered, the can is sure to be an item that will become a clear favourite. The modern streamlined design is well in keeping with Zone Denmark look, and the practical functionality makes it another way to keep your indoor garden healthy and productive.

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