MUST HAVE sacred plants for your garden

This article has garden hacks that will improve the green corner of your home with sacred plants you must have in your garden.
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Whether you just moved in and want to create your plant home space or you are thinking about enriching the existing one – we have two good news for you: 

1. It is summer, and it automatically brings you the natural vibe of thinking about gardening and 

2. This article has garden hacks that will improve the green corner of your home with sacred plants you must have in your garden.

Sunny and warm weather has arrived, so we all long to have at least a part of the space that would represent our little oasis. If you like enjoying a quiet corner of your home, we are sure that you would like to make the most of the space of your balcony or garden in the most natural way. In addition to the basic decoration of that space, it is crucial to think about plants with a special purpose. There are several ways to complement and enhance your garden oases with sacred plants. If you like to grow significant species or use certain plants as spices, start by growing easy-to-maintain medicinal plants that don’t require much space and have sublime motives for your home and family. 

Plectranthus Incense (Plectranthus coleoides)

Plectranthus Incense (Plectranthus coleoides) in the pot on the balcony. The leafs can be seen, behind is a white wall.

This authentic herb with a strong incense smell is a staple spice in the Mediterranean, Caribbean, Central American, and other cuisines. It grows in various regions and thrives in sunny and less humid conditions. It is rich in thymol and other essential oils and compounds that support immunity so that they can protect you and your family from viral infections. The essential oils in frankincense also help relieve coughs and make breathing easier. 

In almost all religions, burning incense for purification and healing is ancient. Because of its rarity and pleasant smell, it is often attributed to life-giving properties, and its sacrificial burning is a special honor to the person it offers. You can use it as an accent or specimen in beds, planters, and window boxes. Spilling leaves over the edges of the pot will be an excellent decorative and fragrant addition.

If you grow this plant in your garden or balcony, you will enjoy the fragrance of this sacred plant and the health benefits it brings to your family. 

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