18 Garden Plants Worth Your Time And Money

18 Garden Plants Worth Your Time And Money

#11 Calendula

Calendula is known for its simple beauty, sweet resin-like aroma, low maintenance, numerous uses. It is used in cooking, chicken feed, and as a nourishing tea. It’s one of the easiest and inexpensive annual plants to grow in your harden.

#12 Hyacinth Bean

Hyacinth bean adds more beauty to any outdoor area with its beautiful light purple blossoms, purple-tinted leaves and red-purple pods. This vine is additionally edible. Both leaves and beans are very nutritious, but just make sure that they’re cooked in a certain way to reduce toxins.

#13 Bee Balm

Bee balm is appealing to hummingbirds, as well as other birds and bees. It blooms in bright red, pink and purple, and have a glorious scent and can cover a lot of ground.  For a vivid garden, why not grow this plant in here?

#14 Sunflowers

Sunflowers bloom in your garden means that summer is already here. This hardy and undemanding plant goes well in most soil types, and is generally tolerant to both heat and drought. It also attracts birds and bees to your garden. It’s worth noting that its seeds are are a rich source of nutrients like Vitamins E and B1, magnesium and selenium.

#15 Alo Vera

This plant should not be missed in this category. It’s a useful plant to grow around your home. Its juice is an excellent source of vitamins and minerals, and promotes healthy digestion. And the gel? It can be used as a topical treatment for minor cuts and burns, insect bites, dry skin and more.

#16 Echinacea

Echinacea is also known as purple coneflower. This plant grown in your garden will help attract pollinators, and goldfinches. It thrives in poor soil and is drought resistant.

A tonic of these plants has been used for centuries to boost immunity and ward off colds and flu. You can also make a healing tea with its leaves and flowers. For these things, why not Echinacea in your garden?

#17 Evening Primrose

Evening primrose is one of the most beautiful native wild flowers. It does well in almost any part of the US. As its flowers only bloom at night, they will be striking in your garden. These flowers also lure moths to the garden, which in turn attracts hungry bats!

#18 Culinary Herbs

Culinary herbs are staple crops in every garden. The reason is simple. Some of these herbs produce all year and also make our garden more beautiful. Basil, mint, rosemary, thyme, sage,..are popular garden herbs. They can be even grown indoor.

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