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6 Must-have herbs for your indoor tea garden

6 Must-have herbs for your indoor tea garden

Did you know that one of the largest recorded tea bags weighed over 551 pounds? Incredible to think how many cups of tea could be brewed from that! 

Tea’s universal appeal is showing no signs of diminishing. You can grow your very own indoor tea garden using a Smart Garden 3 and / or Smart Garden 9. These fully automated gardens provide light and water for your plants, enabling you to grow 100% organic herbs with ease.

The following plants make delicious, refreshing cups of tea. Grow them in your Smart Garden and become a tea connoisseur!

1. Catnip

Requires very little care and can be harvested within a month of planting. Enjoying a cup of catnip tea is the perfect way to unwind after a long day.

2. Garden Sage

Sage tea invigorates your taste buds and its pleasant aroma will make you smile. Very easy to grow and can be harvested within a month.

3. Lemon Balm

A soothing herb, believed to reduce anxiety and improve sleep. Drink a cup of lemon balm tea before bed for a more peaceful night’s sleep.

4. Marjoram

Known as the ‘ancient herb of happiness’, marjoram is a great source of vitamins, iron and calcium. Combine it with a drop of honey for a delicious tea.

5. Oregano

A cousin of marjoram, oregano remains one of the most popular herbs in the world. Enjoy oregano tea knowing it’s packed with antioxidants.

6. Thyme

Thyme has a gentle, earthy flavor with subtle undertones of mint. A cup of thyme tea is rich in vitamins and can be enjoyed any time of day.

Stay tuned to our blog for valuable features such as green living tips, ways to create sustainable homes, the importance of food safety, how to grow plants indoors and much more.

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