Things you must know about Kitchen Plant kit

‘Cooking is an art’, most of us would agree with this statement. The journey to win someone’s heart begins from your Kitchen. Kitchen is not just about cooking food; rather it energizes your life and inspires well-being. To live a healthy and happier life; it is essential to eat fresh and hygienic. In fast paced lifestyle, we seldom get time to think about enriching our daily recipes with fresh herbs and making it more organic.Go Green Kitchen Plants

The sense of growing your own kitchen plants, nurturing it and picking nature-fresh ingredients for your recipes is something worth engaging. The concept is already practiced in western countries, and now Asian countries are also welcoming this concept with sheer enthusiasm and love for nature.

Spending your quality time with nature, expressing your green love takes you closer to yourself. Being nature-sensitive is the need of the hour. Hence, considering this, Go Green – India’s First ISO certified nursery has also taken this concept ahead by introducing an innovative ‘Kitchen Plant Kit’ comprising of kitchen plant varieties that comes in the form of a kit; specially designed to complement the urban kitchens.

“Now, no need to bother your neighbors at odd hours for Coriander, Pudina, etc. All you have to do is pick your fresh herbs from your own ‘Kitchen Plant Kit’ and add it to your recipes. It is a handy and novel way to enrich your food with nature-fresh ingredients. Each ‘Kitchen Plant Kit’ comes with plant care tips (Easy to maintain) and it also adds aesthetic value to your kitchen” contributes Ms. Mayuri Soni, Business Co-ordinator, Go Green.

With a view to spread nature awareness and take ahead this green concept, Go Green has also hosted an exclusive exhibition on ‘Kitchen Plant Kit’, between 15th October – 31st December, 2014 at its Panvel nursery & Mumbai Outlets.

Kitchen Plant Varieties On Display

Pudina
Peppermint
Sweet Basil
Parsley
Celery
Oregano
Rosemary
Thyme
Lemon Basil
Lasun Pat
Panowa (Ajwain)
Lemon Grass
Coriander
Green Chilli
Tomato
Brinjal
Ornamental
Chilli
Broccoli
Cabbage
Kohlrabi (Knol Khol)
Capsicum
Dill.

Let’s nurture nature with green living ideas.

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