The kitchen is where people congregate, cook, and feed one another. It’s also one of the most suitable places to keep plants because there’s less worry about water damage or messes, thanks to wipeable countertops and sweepable floors.
Harvest frequently to encourage new growth, and if you have extra, dry it out or freeze it, so you always have some on hand.
Thyme pairs well with chicken and vegetable dishes, invigorate a pot of tea, and, when its oils are crushed, can be used to make a simple at-home mosquito repellent.
In Greek mythology, Aphrodite made oregano as a representation of joy. When dried, its peppery, pungent aroma becomes more pronounced.
The AeroGarden is a high-tech, compact hydroponic system that is expensive, but it’s well worth it.