Tuesday, January 19

Top 5 Fragrant Plants that you need

In today’s article, I want to tell you about the 5 Fragrant plants that are essential in your urban garden or garden. These plants along with many others are necessary to achieve a harmony and above all to attract thousands of pollinators and thus be able to improve crops significantly. If you want to know them a little better and learn what function each of them fulfills, I invite you to continue reading.

5 Fragrant Plants that you need

Surely, it is not the first time you find an article or something that refers to the importance of aromatic plants. Hope you might already have a much knowledge on them. However, I will quote you the 5 plants that I have selected. May be you find a new one! I explain everything with much more detail and I teach you tricks for your plantation.

1. Thyme

Thyme is a very rustic and resistant aromatic plant. Does not has any risks and has the ability to protect our crops against snails, slugs, aphids and some pests as difficult to control as the cabbage butterfly. It has also been shown to stimulate the growth of some vegetables such as tomatoes, which I will experiment with this year.

2. Sage

Sage leaves also very rustic plant. That does not require many watering. However, it can live in low temperature. Repels pests such as aphids, snails and slugs combat soil nematodes. But its strong point is undoubtedly its aroma. When in bloom, that able to attract an amazing amount of pollinators and beneficial insects.

3. Rosemary

Rosemary is one of aromatics plants that favorites by many. It not only love for its aroma and hundreds of culinary uses but for its ability to attract bees, other pollinators to our garden. We can forgot to attract beneficial insects for our garden for pollination. We are so grateful for this plant as it takes all of care for this purpose easily. But we have to be careful with the risks of watering. Rosemary does not requires a lot of water and it is usually a very common failure.

4. Chamomile

Aromatic and medicinal plant that attracts many pollinating insects such as bees with their striking and abundant flowers. It is recommended to plant in a garden in favor of biodiversity. As it, provide shelter for beneficial species. With this plant, we can prepare delicious healthy infusions for our health. Also fight with fungi and certain pests too.

5. Stevia

Finally, the stevia, a plant very few cultivated in orchards especially and that not only attracts beneficial insects and has an incredible aroma. Besides not considering all of that, it is very good for our health. Personally, I love its flavor; whenever possible I have one of its leaves. I cannot go without passing that!