Mzardi cherry pot tomato has hardy, compact dwarf plants that deliver high yields of delicious cherry tomatoes. Mzardi pot tomatoes are chosen from plants that are easy to grow, and best suited for containers whether located indoors or outdoors. While Mzardi tomato plants will deliver the highest yields in outside containers, plants will set fruit in lower light indoor conditions and still deliver moderate yields of sweet cherry tomatoes.
This highly aromatic plant has upright growth habit, green foliage and high stems with white flowers. It grows up to 80cm (36") and and spreads to 30cm (12") in diameter. Due to its quick growth rate, it can be used for high stem (standard) culture.
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‘Magic White’ provides an outstanding garden and patio performance. It is less sensitive to cold than regular basil.vibrant purple blossoms with high ornamental value which are very much liked by bumble-bees. The plant grows well brached and lignified. Overwintering in a bright and frost-free place. Natural height ca. 80 cm. Predominantly used for the Italian cuisine with tomatoes.
The leaves of the bushy basil 'Magic Blue' have a very aromatic Far Eastern scent and taste. The basil provides high yields with full aroma throughout the summer. From June on they produce vibrant purple blossoms with high ornamental value which are very much liked by bumble-bees. The plant grows well brached and lignified. Overwintering in a bright and frost-free place. Natural height ca. 80 cm. Typical spice for tomatoes.
The plant which is native to Southern Europe, the Middle East and North Africa is known to have a nice lemon fragrance. The lemon-scented leaves of the plant are used as a herb in soups, sauces, deserts, fruit salads; in teas and also as flavoring. When prepared as tea, it is believed to have a relaxing and calming effect on the nerves and the body.
The dwarf thyme 'Fredo' has a wonderful aroma and is used for spicy meat dishes and vegetable stuffings. Whole shoots are cooked but removed shortly after cooking time. For salad dressings, single petals or entire flowers can be used. Besides its use in the cuisine, golden thyme, which is rich in thymol, is also used in aromatherapies against respiratory ailments.
This is a highly aromatic rockery perennial with prostrate growth habit. It has light green leaves with serrated edges, and white flowers. It grows up to 60cm (24") high and spreads to 60cm (24") in diameter.
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This culinary herb is very refreshing in salads and drinks. This Mentha variety is especially easy to grow.
Whether it's on your balcony or in your tiny concrete backyard, it's easier than you think to develop a green thumb in a big city
City living doesn't leave a lot of room for gardening.
Even if you're careful about making your fire escape garden safe, you may still get in hot water with your landlord or the relevant authorities if it's easily visible to people on the street. And your little herb friends deserve a safe space! So, basically, don't be stupid. If the fire escape isn't behind your building or is too small to safely fill with pots, think about some other apartment-friendly gardening options instead.
3. Before you decide what to grow, assess your sunlight situation.
Greens like spinach, lettuce, and arugula work basically the same way as herbs: You can buy them as seedlings, plant them, and they'll keep throwing up new leaves that you can harvest repeatedly. These grow quickly and get started right away, so you can have salad in the spring and early summer while you wait for other veggies like tomatoes to get rolling.
In the mid or late summer (or whenever your first round of greens stop producing new leaves), you can replace them with cold-weather-friendly greens like chard and kale, which will keep on going well into the fall.
8. Chives and scallions are easy to
1Happy roots with room to grow mean happy plants with plenty of leaves down the line. You might be tempted to cram as many seedlings as you can into pots to get the most out of your real estate, but if they're crowded they won't produce as much, and then you'll both be sad. Leave several inches between plants (here's a helpful, more detailed discussion) and don't put more than a few into one pot.
Also make sure that, if you're combining multiple types of herbs in one pot, they all have about the same sun and water requirements.
You might think that dirt is just dirt, and any dirt will do. Wrong!
Start your plants in new potting soil (the kind that comes in a bag at the garden store) or, if you're reusing old soil, remove any dead roots and mix in some compost or fertilizer. Then give things a little boost as needed throughout the season. You can use water-soluble chemical fertilizers about every two weeks, or try organic alternatives like coffee grounds, seaweed, or "liquid fish."
Why? If you want your plants to keep producing throughout the summer, it's important that the soil they're growing in is aerated enough to let oxygen through and provides enough nutrients. When you're watering small containers frequently (which you should), you end up flushing out the nutrients in potting soil to begin with.