Grouping vegetables by family

Growing plants in groups saves space and helps the different plants to protect each other. Grouping vegetables is all about keeping 10 families in line!

You'll find below information on vegetable families and aromatic herbs with examples:

Poaceae

Tip

Artichokes taste just as good hot, warm or cold. Babies love them.

Random tip

Fibre acts as ballast, stimulating the functioning of the intestine. It also helps to regulate carbohydrate assimilation and has a role in maintaining appetite. A great way of staving off the hunger pangs. That’s why a healthy diet is always high in fibre.

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