How to Care For Your Healing Garden


There are growing reports and research on food and herbs grown with the aid of chemical fertilizers and pesticides. They look juicy and fleshy giving you the urge to ingest them the first time your eyes met them. But, Be Aware! They are highly unhealthy for your mind-body balance.

For this very reason, there has been an upsurge in organic gardening. From backyards to terraces, people are leaving no stone unturned to make their home a space of healing and wellness. As a result, people are seen cultivating, pruning, and nurturing kitchen plants, herbs, and pedimental gardens. 

Having the knowledge and skills of gardening is a real survival tool. With this art, you can grow organically the plants that bear fruits and vegetables, thus nurturing you to the core. Also, when you buy plants online, they demand care. So, given below are the tips and care instructions to grow your own garden brimful of flowers, green foliage, and health-giving herbs. Take a look!


Ginger is a household name in the Indian kitchen. It is used for garnishing foods, for enhancing the flavors of the dishes, and for curing a cold and cough in piping hot tea. It is well known to have anti-inflammatory properties, which helps in treating osteoarthritis. Additionally, it is very useful for health problems like indigestion, infections, nausea. Wondering how to grow ginger at home? 

  • You will need a living ginger root and warm temperatures to witness the ginger shoots growing. 
  • Pro tip: Water lightly and be patient, it takes time to flourish. 

Basil (Tulsi)

As this plant is considered sacred in Hinduism, it is important to grow it indoors. In India, Basil is popularized by the name of Tulsi. It proposed benefits for health include anti-aging, anti-bacterial, and anti-inflammatory properties. Basil leaves are highly used in preparing Thai, Indonesian, and Vietnamese cuisine. Follow these care instructions and you can have a Basil plant thriving in your home.

  • They require sunlight for growth. Keep rotating the plant so that it can grow evenly.
  • Use a well-draining potting soil.
  • Keep them out of the reach of spider mites.


This plant offers both health and flavoring rewards. In the Indian kitchen, it is an incredible flavoring agent. Peppermint tea, mint drinks, sweet treats with a dash of peppermint are some of the best ways this herb is relished. On the health front, it is put into use for treating digestive issues like upset stomach, heartburn, irritated bowel system (IBS), acidity, a bacterial infection in intestine, etc. You can grow this herb year-round with proper care.

  • Use a container with adequate drainage capacity for the healthy growth of peppermint.
  • Keep the soil moist but do not over wet it.
  • Use water-soluble fertilizers.


When we talk about lemongrass, the first thing that comes to our mind is lemongrass tea, isn’t it? Well, this plant is well-known for many different qualities like reducing inflammation, relieving anxiety, boosting oral health, and many more. Now, you would surely like to have it in the vicinity of your homes. If yes, here’s your guide:

  • Place the lemongrass plant in full sun. They thrive best in warm weather.
  • Never allow the lemongrass to get dry. Keep its soil moist.
  • Give it enough space to grow and expand.

Grow these plants in your home for the wellbeing of yourself and your dear ones. Follow the instructions religiously for a blooming healing garden and see the magic.