1.Spinach (Palak):

– Versatile and can be used in curries, salads, and even smoothies.

2.Fenugreek (Methi):

-Known for its distinct bitter taste, it adds a unique flavor to dishes. – Rich in fiber, iron, and essential minerals.

3.Bottle Gourd (Lauki/Doodhi):

– Mild and refreshing, often used in curries and soups. – Low in calories and high in water content.

4.Okra (Bhindi):

-Loved for its crispy texture when cooked right. – Excellent source of dietary fiber and folate.

5.Cauliflower (Phool Gobi):

 -Adaptable vegetable that can be used in various dishes. – Rich in vitamins, especially vitamin C.

6.Bitter Gourd (Karela):

– Acquired taste but a nutritional powerhouse. – Known for its blood sugar-regulating properties. – Often prepared with spices to balance its bitterness.

7.Green Peas (Matar):

Sweet and versatile, used in a variety of dishes. – Packed with protein, fiber, and vitamins. – Popular in rice dishes, curries, and snacks.

8.Coriander (Dhania):

- Not just a herb, but the leaves (cilantro) and seeds are used. Adds a fresh flavor to dishes and is rich in antioxidants. A staple in Indian chutneys and garnishes.

8 Suitable environment for Cauliflower  cultivation .