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Plantas en la cocina / Plants in the kitchen

September 2, 2015

Plantas de cocina. Plants in the kitchen. plantas-en-la-cocina-plants-in-the-kitchen-viefe-2 plantas-en-la-cocina-plants-in-the-kitchen-viefe-1

[es] La cocina es uno de los mejores espacios de la casa para decorar con plantas, ya que suelen ser estancias con ventanas grandes que aportan luz y aire fresco. Si estás pensando en incluir plantas en tu cocina, te sugerimos probar con éstas, ya que son decorativas e incluso puedes aprovecharlas para elaborar algunos de tus platos. Además, combinan con nuestros pomos y tiradores. Aquí puedes ver algunas acompañadas de los modelos Kares, Arch y Flat.

– Si la cocina tiene buena luz: laurel, romero y salvia (en maceta sobre suelo), albahaca, melisa, perejil, menta y orégano (en maceta sobre mueble).
– Si la cocina tiene poca luz: menta y cintas (fáciles de cultivar).
– Si la cocina tiene luz indirecta: aloe vera, nido de ave y helecho (fáciles de cultivar), menta (en maceta sobre mueble).
– Si buscas plantas decorativas: potos, madreperla, hiedra, esparraguera, aralia (muy fáciles de cultivar).

Algunas ideas extraídas de http://www.botanical-online.com/plantasparalacocina.htm

[en] The kitchen is one of the best rooms in the house to decorate with plants as they tend to be rooms with large windows, lots of natural light and fresh air. If you are thinking of including plants in your kitchen then we suggest the following, as they are decorative and you can also make use of them in some of your recipes. What’s more they combine well with our knobs and handles. Here you can see some examples accompanied by the models Kares, Arch and Flat.

– If the kitchen has lots of natural light: laurel, rosemary and sage (in a pot on the floor), basil, lemon balm, parsley, mint and oregano (in a pot on top of the furniture).
– If the kitchen has only a little natural light: mint and spider plants (easy to grow).
– If the kitchen has indirect natural light: aloe vera, ferns (easy to grow), mint (in a pot on top of the furniture).
– If you’re looking for decorative plants: devil’s ivy, mother-of-pearl plant, climbing ivy, wild asparagus, aralia (very easy to grow).

Some ideas have been taken from http://www.botanical-online.com/plantasparalacocina.htm

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