Sedative Salad – What you didn’t know about lettuce
Crisp and tender leaves of salad crops are usually green but may also be red or bronzy, curly or flat, whole or lobed varying in shape and flavor, texture, and size.
Magic properties of plants then and now
It is always the perfect time to start an indoor garden. Having an indoor garden has many benefits: not only do you create a space springing with life, but you also create a space teeming with magic.
Lettuce from Natufia vs. Lettuce from the shop
Lettuces and other plants growing in our Natufia Gardens have the optimum growing conditions till the actual point of consumption.
Lemon Balm – Elixir of Life
Lemon balm is an herb that can boost your spirit on even the bluest Monday of the year. Whenever I feel exhausted, I search for a plant in my kitchen garden that will help me.
Fall in love with your own hydroponic food!
Growing indoors is a great way to enjoy fresh produce year-round! It doesn’t require a backyard or balcony and will keep you growing through cold or severe weather.
Marjoram – Beloved on Mount Olympus and in your kitchen
In Greek mythology, Marjoram was Aphrodite’s favorite flower, and it is believed that the goddess herself used this plant in her most secretive scent that would charm her opponents and lovers.
3 Easy Steps to Reduce Your Toxin Load
Toxins, like the chemical sprays on our food, are any compound that has a detrimental effect on cell function or structure and undermine/stress our organ functions.
“Why should a man die when the food of the Gods grows in the garden?”
Did you know that there are about 900 different species of sage? The majority of the species grow in America, the Himalayas, and Western Asia.
Parsley – a piece of history in your kitchen
Parsley is a species of genus Petroselinum in the family Apiaceae, commonly known as the carrot family.
Natufia Gardens take KBIS 2022 by storm!
This February Kitchen & Bath Industry Show opened its doors to host the biggest show of the year, showcasing the latest industry products.
Valentine’s Flowers on your plate
Edible flowers are the new hype in haute cuisine. Not only restaurant chefs but also innovative home cooks can garnish their entrees with edible flowers for a touch of elegance.