In this video, I give you my best 21 herbs and spices that I recommend you should always grow in your home garden.

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0:00 Intro
0:22 1. Basil
1:17 2. Coriander
2:01 3. Kaffir Lime
2:42 4. Lemongrass
3:12 5. Turmeric
4:00 6. Ginger
4:40 7. Galangal
5:35 8. Oregano
6:22 9. Thyme
7:06 10. Lemon verbena
7:54 11. Dill
8:46 12. Parsley
9:34 13. Bay leaf
10:16 14. Mint
11:07 15. Chives
11:40 16. Curry tree
12:13 17. Rosemary
12:54 18. Chilli
13:31 19. Mustard
14:00 20. Fennel
14:31 21. Garlic

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