Green Wall: Fresh herbs on the wall
All herbs ready to hand
Make room on the worktop by hanging your herbs on the wall! With the Green Wall Home Kit from LECHUZA, a space-saving herb garden can be created in a flash, even in the smallest of kitchens.
Thanks to the practical magnetic holder, the CUBE 14 planter can be easily attached to the corresponding metal strip on the wall.
Keep your herbs fresh longer
Cook with more fresh herbs
Whether a green smoothie, delectable pesto or homemade spread: Fresh herbs make every foodie’s heart beat faster in any kitchen. Even simple dishes are a delight for the taste buds with basil, thyme, oregano and more. Keep these tiny flavour explosions fresh all summer long with ease thanks to LECHUZA’s unique irrigation system.
The perfect herb planters
CUBE Triple and CUBE 14
Insert wick, water, done!
The simple LECHUZA wick system
Whether YULA, CUBE Color Triple or Cube Color: The simple wick system makes planting unnecessary:
1. Buy herb plants
2. Insert wick in the bottom of the herb grow pot
3. Place in planter
The best way to grow fresh herbs all summer long!
Stylish herb planters for the kitchen
Practical It-Pieces by LECHUZA
Even the smallest kitchens have room for style: The YULA plant bag and the YULA planter feature a simple, round shape and modern colours for a personal touch in any kitchen. And thanks to the simple wick system, there is no need for planting, so you instantly have a wide selection of herbs.
Delicious recipe ideas using fresh herbs
YUMMY! Poached pears with thyme and Greek yoghurt
Klara and Ida tested the CUBE 14 for us and created a delicious dessert using herbs.
Here is the recipe for 5-6 people:
4-6 quality pears
400-500ml clear apple juice
2 tbsp honey
1 pinch salt
5 stems thyme, chopped
500g Greek yoghurt
Peel the pears and place in a small pot. Add the apple juice, honey and bring to the boil. Season with a pinch of salt. Add the chopped thyme stems and simmer for 20 minutes or until the pears are soft but do not fall apart. Arrange the Greek yoghurt on dessert places. Place a pear on each plate, on top of the yoghurt, and drizzle with the apple, honey and thyme sauce.
Dry or freeze herbs?
Dry highly aromatic herbs such as oregano, rosemary, peppermint or sage. The best method is to take the freshly picked herbs and place them on packing paper or crepe paper and let them dry in a warm place. Or hang herbs such as lavender from the ceiling like small bouquets. By the way, it can take up to 10 days until the herbs are bone dry - do not store them until then!
Some herbs are better suited for freezing because they lose their flavour when dried. This is true for all herbs that have a light, fleeting character or pungent flavours such as basil, parsley, chives or dill. Simply chop freshly picked herbs and store them in a resealable freezer bag in your freezer.