For those who do not have a garden available to create the vegetable garden, the possibility of cultivating at least a complete set of aromas for cooking is not precluded. Let's see with which plants we can embellish our balcony.
Scented, it grows luxuriantly in pots, watering it regularly.
It doesn't mind good solar radiation. Some insects can feed on its leaves but it rarely happens.
In addition to the common variety used for cooking, there are also ornamental ones with colorful leaves and flowers.
The plant is resistant to drought (even 8/10 days without water) but if watered regularly it increases the production of leaves.
The leaves can be attacked by small white molds, remove the immediately affected leaves immediately.
The plant should be placed in a deep pot, watered regularly and fertilized (with organic fertilizer every 20 days).
Best in full sun. There are varieties with particular fragrances such as the lemon one.
Grows well in the shade and watered regularly.
The roots of this plant expand in the pots and create new plants the following season.
For those wishing to make a homemade mojito it is a must on the terrace,
Rumex or Sorrel
It has large, sour leaves to add to salads or to cooked spinach and vegetables.
Cultivated varieties are more delicate than wild ones.
Find ready-to-transplant seedlings in every nursery.
The plant is better because starting from the seed it will take 40 days to have the sprouts.
A very resistant plant, it finds its ideal position against the walls of the houses and grows in large bushes.
Plant in a deep pot and fertilize often for a thicker bush.