Plants

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Cilantro
The plant is Cilantro and the seeds are Coriander. It is in the Parsley family. LIGHTING REQUIREMENTS: USDA hardiness zones: 3 through 9  CARE INSTRUCTIONS WATER: Regular watering is required. Do not let dry out FERTILIZER: Use liquid fertilizer every four to six weeks. MEDICINAL BENEFITS/APPLICATIONS: Because of its high antioxidant content, oil extracted from the leaves of cilantro has been shown to inhibit unwanted oxidation processes when added to other foods, delaying or preventing spoilage. Cilantro leaves have also been found to have an antibacterial effect against Salmonella. SOIL: Any regular soil will do. DISEASE: Disease problems are uncommon with this plant.
Mint
Most mints are natives of the Mediterranean region. They are hardy perennial plants, and they are very easy to grow. They have bright green leaves on bushy plants. Flower colors include white, blue and pink. LIGHTING REQUIREMENTS: USDA hardiness zones: 3 through 10 CARE INSTRUCTIONS WATER: Let dry out between waterings. FERTILIZER: Fertilizer is not required unless in very poor soil. MEDICINAL BENEFITS/APPLICATIONS: Mint is often used to sooth upset stomaches and on occasion, for toothaches. It has also been used for headaches. Mint promotes healthy digestion, reduces gas and helps to ease and eliminate nausea. SOIL: Use rich, well drained soil. DISEASE: Insect and disease problems are uncommon. Mint has natural repellents to insects and is sometimes used in organic sprays.
Garlic
Garlic is most commonly used as a spice or herb. The robust flavor of garlic lends to its use in countless recipes around the world. Perhaps it is best known for it's use in Italian, Chinese, and Oriental cooking. It's roots can be traced to Central Asia. LIGHTING REQUIREMENTS: USDA hardiness zones: 3 through 9 CARE INSTRUCTIONS WATER: Water regularly. FERTILIZER: Add a general purpose fertilizer once or twice a season. MEDICINAL BENEFITS/APPLICATIONS: Since ancient times, Garlic has been hailed for it's medicinal value. It was used to treat a wide variety of ails. Current research shows that it aids in lowering cholesterol, reducing cardiovascular disease, and even cancer prevention. Some studies suggest it helps to relieve cold and flu symptoms. SOIL: Use rich, well drained soil. DISEASE: The plants are resistant to most pests. It's odor wards off many insects.
Oregano
Oregano is an important culinary and medicinal herb that has been used in medicine and cooking for thousands of years - with a number of potential health benefits. It is a species of Origanum, belonging to the mint family (Lamiaceae). LIGHTING REQUIREMENTS: USDA hardiness zones: 5 through 9 CARE INSTRUCTIONS WATER: Let dry out between waterings. FERTILIZER: Do not use fertilizer, it will produce a stronger flavor. MEDICINAL BENEFITS/APPLICATIONS: The herb is used to treat respiratory tract disorders, gastrointestinal (GI) disorders, menstrual cramps, and urinary tract disorders. The herb is also applied topically to help treat a number of skin conditions, such as acne and dandruff. SOIL: Tolerates average soils, and tolerate dry soil conditions. COOKING USE: Oregano is a "must have" for Italian cuisine.
Fennel
Also called Florence Fennel or Finuccio, is easy to grow and very hardy surviving in your garden, well after the first frost. With bright green, fern-like leaves and aromatic yellow flowers, this plant will grow three to four feet tall. Plant it in the back of the herb garden, or in your vegetable garden. LIGHTING REQUIREMENTS: USDA hardiness zones: 5 through 10 CARE INSTRUCTIONS WATER: Water regularly. FERTILIZER: Add a general purpose fertilizer once or twice a season. MEDICINAL BENEFITS/APPLICATIONS: Fennel is used for various digestive problems including heartburn, intestinal gas, bloating, loss of appetite, and colic in infants. It is also used for upper respiratory tract infections, coughs, bronchitis, cholera, backache, bedwetting, and visual problems. SOIL: Use rich, well drained soil. DISEASE: Disease problems are uncommon with this plant.
Sage
There are over 750 species grown all over the world. Like many herbs, it is also considered a flower. This herb grows as a shrub. LIGHTING REQUIREMENTS: USDA hardiness zones: 4 through 11  CARE INSTRUCTIONS WATER: Let dry out between waterings. FERTILIZER: Add a general purpose fertilizer once or twice a season. MEDICINAL BENEFITS/APPLICATIONS: Due to its high antioxidant capacity, sage can help protect the body's cells from damage caused by free radicals, which often results in cell death, impaired immunity, and chronic disease. SOIL: Any potting mix will do.
Stevia
Grown for its sweet leaves, Stevia is calorie free and carb-free. It doesn't impact blood sugar. The leaves of this herb can be as much as 300 times sweeter than sucrose(sugar). LIGHTING REQUIREMENTS: USDA hardiness zones: 11 and up CARE INSTRUCTIONS WATER: Keep soil moist, not wet. FERTILIZER: Do not use a lot of nitrogen fertilizer. Your plants will do well, if you add compost or mulch on top of the soil. This will feed your plants slowly. MEDICINAL BENEFITS/APPLICATIONS: Stevia is believed to have anti-bacterial, anti-septic, anti-microbial, anti-oxidant, anti-glycemic, and anti-hypertensive properties which may help with hypertension (high blood pressure), diabetes, chronic fatigue, indigestion, upset stomach, heartburn, weight loss, cold and flu, gingivitis, tooth decay, cavities, dandruff and hair loss, brittle bones or osteoporosis, streptococcus, candidiasis, bacterial infections and skin conditions such as cuts, wounds, rashes, itchiness, blemishes, acne, seborrhoeic dermatitis, dermatitis, eczema, and wrinkles. It may also improve energy levels, strengthen immune system, stimulate mental activity, and may also help in withdrawl from tobacco and alcohol addiction. SOIL: Plants grow best in light sandy or loamy soils that are well drained.
Parsley
As a herb, parsley has a mild flavor which is used in a wide variety of recipes. It is also an important garnish, decorating many types of trays and dishes. LIGHTING REQUIREMENTS: USDA hardiness zones: 3 through 9 CARE INSTRUCTIONS WATER: Let dry out between waterings. FERTILIZER: Do not use fertilizer, it will produce a stronger flavor. MEDICINAL BENEFITS/APPLICATIONS: Parsley is rich in many vital vitamins, including Vitamin C, B 12, K and A. This means parsley keeps your immune system strong, tones your bones and heals the nervous system, too. It helps flush out excess fluid from the body, thus supporting kidney function. SOIL: Tolerates average soils, and tolerate dry soil conditions. DISEASE: Aphidscan can be a problem.
Sesamum indicum
Sesame is typically grown on a large scale for its seeds, but it still makes regular appearances in home ornamental gardens, where its fragrant white or pink blossoms attract butterflies and birds. LIGHTING REQUIREMENTS: USDA hardiness zones: 9 through 11 CARE INSTRUCTIONS WATER: Water just before the soil dries out. FERTILIZER: Fertilizer is not a must, refer to growers instructions. MEDICINAL BENEFITS/APPLICATIONS: Diabetes, high blood preasure and gingivitis are just a few of the medicinal benefits of this herb. SOIL: Plant in loamy or sandy soil that drains well and contains plenty of organic matter. If you don't have fast-draining or fertile soil, amend with sand or peat moss and compost to improve conditions.
Rosemary
Rosemary plants are members of the mint family. They grow wild in the Mediterranean region. It is a perennial in warm areas. It is susceptible to frost and therefore, is grown as an annual in many parts of the country. LIGHTING REQUIREMENTS: USDA hardiness zones: 6 through 10 CARE INSTRUCTIONS WATER: Let dry out between waterings. FERTILIZER: Rosemary do not require fertilizer, except for container grown plants. MEDICINAL BENEFITS/APPLICATIONS: Rosemary herb has been used to treat both stomach aches and headaches. It can help to ease gastro-esophageal reflux disease. SOIL: Any potting mix will do.
Radish
Daikon, also known by many other names depending on context, is a mild-flavored winter radish usually characterized by fast-growing leaves and a long, white, napiform root. CARE INSTRUCTIONS WATER: Water regularly. Do not let dry out. FERTILIZER: Add fertilizer while planting. MEDICINAL BENEFITS/APPLICATIONS: Helps with Jaundice, Piles, Urinary Disorders and Weight Loss just to name a few. SOIL: Tolerates average soils, and tolerate dry soil conditions. DISEASE: Sucking and chewing insects can sometime infest the leaves, but not overall growth of the radish. Root maggots can enter the roots, destroying the crop. If this occurs, plant future crops in a different location..
Savory
Native to southern Europe, this herb is a member of the mint plant family. They are best known as a culinary herb. LIGHTING REQUIREMENTS: USDA hardiness zones: 4 through 8 CARE INSTRUCTIONS WATER: Savory require regular even watering until established. FERTILIZER: Fertilizer is not a must, refer to growers instructions. MEDICINAL BENEFITS/APPLICATIONS: Although Savory is largely a culinary herb, it contains oils and tannins that have mild astringent and antiseptic properties that can be useful in medicines. SOIL: Any potting mix will do.