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Tips and tricks for growing chives and marjoram at home

OUR TIP

Marjoram is among the aromatic plants that require little water. Watering every two days should be plenty for the plant to grow at its best indoors.
Growing herbs at home is the perfect solution for anyone who wants to have beautiful and useful plants in their kitchen! We have some tips and tricks for growing two popular kitchen herbs in your home: chives and marjoram.

How to grow herbs at home: marjoram

With origins in Europe, marjoram is quite similar to oregano. It is used to add flavor to salads, fish and roast meats. In addition to having a high content of Vitamin C, essential oils, tannins, and rosmarinic acids, this plant also works to calm anxiety and insomnia thanks to its therapeutic qualities. Marjoram can be used to make a great infusion to combat stress.

  • Light
Marjoram plants grow very well in a Mediterranean climate. For this reason, it is recommended that the plants stay in an environment of 20 to 25 degrees celsius, positioned in a location where they can receive at least 12 hours of sunlight. By using new LED lamp technology you can guarantee that your plants will be warm enough and get sufficient light to grow best.
  • Soil
This plant doesn’t need a particular soil, but keep in mind that the best soil for growing marjoram should have a significant amount of organic matter.

  • Water
Marjoram is among the aromatic plants that require little water. Watering every two days should be plenty for the plant to grow at its best indoors. 

Tips and tricks for growing chives and marjoram at home
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Growing chives indoors

Likely originating in central Asia, chives grow in the wild in many European regions, Siberia and North America. In Europe it is rather rare to find them in nature, so here are some suggestions for growing them at home. Chives are excellent in a number of recipes. Impress your house guests with some cooking inspiration.

  • Light
Chives love sun. Be sure to place them in a sunny location in your house or turn your LED light to 10 to 12 hours per day.

  • Soil
Light, sandy and breathable soil is best for growing chives in the home.

  • Water
Chives don’t need too much moisture. Remember to water the plant only when the soil is completely dry. Every two or three days should be enough to take care of this herb at home.

Now that you know the fundamentals of how to grow chives and marjoram at home, go cultivate your little veggie garden!
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OUR TIP

Marjoram is among the aromatic plants that require little water. Watering every two days should be plenty for the plant to grow at its best indoors.
Growing herbs at home is the perfect solution for anyone who wants to have beautiful and useful plants in their kitchen! We have some tips and tricks for growing two popular kitchen herbs in your home: chives and marjoram.

How to grow herbs at home: marjoram

With origins in Europe, marjoram is quite similar to oregano. It is used to add flavor to salads, fish and roast meats. In addition to having a high content of Vitamin C, essential oils, tannins, and rosmarinic acids, this plant also works to calm anxiety and insomnia thanks to its therapeutic qualities. Marjoram can be used to make a great infusion to combat stress.

  • Light
Marjoram plants grow very well in a Mediterranean climate. For this reason, it is recommended that the plants stay in an environment of 20 to 25 degrees celsius, positioned in a location where they can receive at least 12 hours of sunlight. By using new LED lamp technology you can guarantee that your plants will be warm enough and get sufficient light to grow best.
  • Soil
This plant doesn’t need a particular soil, but keep in mind that the best soil for growing marjoram should have a significant amount of organic matter.

  • Water
Marjoram is among the aromatic plants that require little water. Watering every two days should be plenty for the plant to grow at its best indoors. 

Tips and tricks for growing chives and marjoram at home
photo © TO INSERT

Growing chives indoors

Likely originating in central Asia, chives grow in the wild in many European regions, Siberia and North America. In Europe it is rather rare to find them in nature, so here are some suggestions for growing them at home. Chives are excellent in a number of recipes. Impress your house guests with some cooking inspiration.

  • Light
Chives love sun. Be sure to place them in a sunny location in your house or turn your LED light to 10 to 12 hours per day.

  • Soil
Light, sandy and breathable soil is best for growing chives in the home.

  • Water
Chives don’t need too much moisture. Remember to water the plant only when the soil is completely dry. Every two or three days should be enough to take care of this herb at home.

Now that you know the fundamentals of how to grow chives and marjoram at home, go cultivate your little veggie garden!
Banner photo © TO INSERT