Read on below to discover more of these plants you can grow in your edible Italian garden.
3. Bell Pepper
Red, yellow, orange, green and purple, bell peppers can add color and flavor both to the recipes you prepare. You can roast them to make antipasti like they do in Italian restaurants.
How to Grow: Bell peppers are not difficult to grow in pots and need a sunny, warm location to thrive. The detailed growing guide is here.
4. Italian Basil
Use freshly picked leaves to make quick pesto sauce to top your pasta.?Basil is indispensable for soups, salads, salsas and even desserts.
How to Grow: Growing basil in pots is easy, you can even plant it in a small container like other herbs, place it in a warm and sunny space.
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