The cultivation of aromatic plants is becoming increasingly popular for all its nutritional benefits.
They are also known as Culinary plants or “Condimentary” as they are used as condiments in the kitchen.
Some of them, in addition, may have a medicinal use.
Check our catalog of aromatic seeds.
Having an orchard of aromatic plants allows you to have them whenever you need them to round out your recipes.
In addition, they will always be fresh and you will have them at hand.
Their cultivation is very easy, they are plants that adapt well to small spaces.
If anything characterizes the cultivation of aromatic plants is that they need light.
So a good tip is to have them in bright areas, but without excessive heat,
especially in summer. As for irrigation, consult the specifications for each variety,
since some need more water and others less.
If you are thinking of planting different varieties of aromatic seeds in a single pot
take into account the irrigation factor and group them for need of water.
Euro Garden Table Beetroot Egypt Dish Premium Quality Seeds (Made in Spain) by EuroGarden
Variety of crushed round root. It stands out for its precocity, tight meat of excellent flavor and blood pigmentation. Excess humidity is impaired.
Sowing: Direct sowing (volleying or in lines): from March to August in the northern hemisphere and from April to August in the southern hemisphere.
Depth: Put 3-4 seeds per hole at 1-2 cm depth.
Cultivation: 20 cm between plants and 50 cm between lines.
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