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Whether how your space is small, you also can grow your own spice garden and enjoy your favorite spices anytime. Not only space isn’t the problem here but you also can grow them in pots easily as long as you give them full of sun and enough water.
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Turmeric is not only used in cooking but also can be used topically for treating wounds. This spice is mainly used in Asia, especially in Indian curries. Plant the turmeric rhizomes in spring and early summer, if you live in a cold climate. In tropical and subtropical climates, you can plant it throughout the year, except for hot summers.
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Ginger is easy to grow indoors and outdoors. Plant the overnight soaked ginger rhizomes in a shallow and wide pot and make sure that the eye bud is facing upwards. Keep the pot away from bright light but in a warm spot. Water every 2-3 days to keep the soil moist.
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Cumin prefers frost-free climates so if you live in a hot climate, plant it in winter. Choose at least 8-10 inches deep pot to grow it.
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Growing onions in pots are really easy for any person. All you need is a minimum of 10 inches deep but wide planters. To give enough space for growth, you can leave 3 inches of space between each onion.
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Garlic has a close cousin of onion that grows well both indoors and outdoors. It has medicinal benefits that can prevent or give relief to various ailments such as the common cold, heart diseases, and high or low blood pressure.
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The Coriander also goes by the name cilantro. The dried seeds of this herb are called Coriander seeds, fresh coriander seeds are very aromatic. Like the way that you grow cilantro, let it flower and seed, and collect them to use fresh.
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Paprika is used to spice up the dishes by grounding the dried chili pepper, tomato pepper, or cayenne pepper. Paprika is easy to grow in pots with moist soil and well-drainage
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Saffron prefers growing in a cool and dry climate, usually in USDA Zones 6-9 and you can start in the spring.