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Aloe Vera

700.00
Standard Plant Plant Size :  2.5 ft EXTRA GEL - BIG Plant Plant Size :  4.5 - 5 ft Aloe vera Aloe vera is a stemless or very short-stemmed plant growing to 60–100 centimetres (24–39 inches) tall, spreading by offsets. The leaves are thick and fleshy, green to grey-green, with some varieties showing white flecks on their upper and lower stem surfaces. About The aloe vera plant is an easy, attractive succulent that makes for a great indoor companion. Aloe vera plants are useful, too, as the juice from their leaves can be used to relieve pain from scrapes and burns when applied topically. Here’s how to grow and care for aloe vera plants in your home!

ASPARAGUS PLANT

400.00
HOW TO CARE ASPARAGUS PLANT: Asparagus will grow perfectly well in containers and pots, so long as you meet the growing requirements for asparagus. Compost should be fertile and well-drained. The spot you choose to site your asparagus pot should be sunny and sheltered from the wind.Mist the plant daily, focusing on the arching stems. If the plant appears to be turning brown and droopy, it likely needs more water. SUNLIGHT: Site - Full sun is ideal. Asparagus needs at least 8 hours of sun per day. Since asparagus is a long-lived perennial, do not plant where trees or tall shrubs might eventually shade the plants or compete for nutrients and water. WATERING:
1 to 2 inches
Asparagus needs regular watering, especially while young; give it 1 to 2 inches of water per week during its first two growing seasons; give older plants about 1 inch per week. If you give them a good start when you first plant them, and you'll have fewer problems in future years.

BRINJAL PLNT

300.00
HOW TO CARE BRINJAL PLANT: Brinjal plants easily grow in a container like tomatoes. These plants need good space to grow. Need a long, hot growing season of at least five months and can be perennial in frost-free areas, cropping for several seasons. These plants require evenly moist soil, so provide regular watering every day in summers and every 2 or 3 days in winters or rainy season. How much sunlight do brinjal plants need? Keep the container at any location that gets at least 6 to 7 hours of sunlight. Sunlight is very essential for the eggplants as it promotes the growth of the plant. In summer, plants should be watered even thrice a day as per water requirement.
How much water do brinjal plants need?
Make sure that you are watering your brinjal plant on a daily basis. In climates which are hot and dry, your brinjal plant will need to be watered several times in a day. Touch the surface of the soil and feel the soil by making use of your fingers and water the soil if it is dry.
How can we control brinjal disease? Adopting good field sanitation, destruction of infected plant material and crop rotation help to reduce the spread of the disease.Imidacloprid, Cypermethrin and Dimethoate can be used to suppress insect vectors.

CABBAGE / CABBAGE PLANT

300.00
CABBAGE PLANT SIZE: 12-18 inch CARE INSTRUCTIONS: Let the sunshine in: Cabbages need full sun – at least six to eight hours of direct sunlight per day. Water wisely: It's best to water in the morning and at the base of the plant (soil level) keeping the foliage dry. Plants should be watered when the top 2 inches of the soil becomes dry to the touch.

Chilli Plant

300.00
Plant Size: 1 ft Will start Fruiting when plant size become 3 ft  ( Will take a month or two ) A green chilli is an important star in Indian cooking. This spice is grown throughout the year and so there is no scarcity and a good quantity is exported. Chillies are used with or without stalks. Green chillies are available fresh, dried, powdered, flaked, in oil, in sauce, bottled and pickled.

Dhania Plant

300.00
Pot Size: 9 inch Coriander: Already grown We’ll provide you a pot of already grown Coriander, From which you can use fresh leaves whenever you need and after a week the plant would be grown again. Urdu Description Ham apko Podina ka pot dengay…Usme Dhania already ugha hua hoga…aap ko jab bhi need hogi Dhania  ki aap usme se kaat len….within a week wapis se us pot me Podina pehly jesa ugh jayega… aap phir se fresh Dhania  kaat kar use karsaktay hen… aur ghar me ka ugha hua Fresh Dhania  ghar k khaano me istimal kar saktay hen Keep the soil or compost moist as it tends to run to seed if allowed to dry out, but take care not to overwater - especially in autumn and winter - as too much water can lead to rotting. Give plants a light liquid feed of a general feed every couple of weeks during late spring and summer.

GILOY PALNT

350.00
HOW TO CARE GILOY PLANT: Growing Season, Spring to summer season. ; Soil (Potting Mix), 50% normal garden soil + 30% any organic compost + 10% river sand or coco peat. SUNLIGHT: Giloy can grow very easily in 5 to 6 hours of daily sunlight. If the temperature is too hot then try to provide shade when the plant is very small. Once your plants has matured it can survive very high temperature in tropical regions. WATERING: You can apply water in the pot whenever you notice top layer of soil drying. Apply a moderate amount of water in the evening daily in hot summer. If it rains then avoid watering and ensure good drainage in the pot. During winter you can water once after every 3 days. In natural condition it is dependent on rains so if you are growing in soil then water only when the soil seems very dry

GREEN LETTUCE

300.00
HOW TO CARE GREEN LETTUCE: Once days become cooler, the shade can be removed to give plenty of sunlight to young lettuce plants. Lettuce grows best in loose, cool soil with good drainage. The addition of organic materials, such as compost or manure, will increase drainage, provide essential nutrients and improve your lettuce growing condition. "And this is called the cut and come again method method because once you cut or pinch the leaves off. They will grow back and they'll be ready to harvest again in about two to three weeks."

Kari Patta Plant

350.00
Plant Size: 1 ft Leafy Plant Curry leaf plants are a component of the Indian seasoning called curry. Curry seasoning is a compilation of many herbs and spices, whose flavor can sometimes come from curry leaf plants. Curry leaf herb is a culinary plant whose leaves are used as an aromatic and the fruit of the plant is a component of desserts in some Eastern nations. About the Curry Leaf Herb, The curry leaf tree (Murraya koenigii) is a small bush or tree that only grows 13 to just under 20 feet (4 to just under 6 m.) in height. The plant is tropical to sub-tropical and produces small fragrant white flowers that become small, black, berry-like fruits. The fruit is edible, but the seed is poisonous and must be removed prior to use. The foliage is the real standout; it’s arranged alternately on the stem and pinnate, and is comprised of many leaflets. The aromatic scent is spicy and heady and best when the leaves are fresh.

Lavender Plant

3,300.00
Flower colors: Lavender, deep blue-purple, light pink, white.
WATERING: Water once or twice a week after planting until plants are established. Water mature plants every two to three weeks until buds form, then once or twice weekly until harvest. In colder growing areas, plants may need extra winter protection SUNLIGHT: All lavender species require full sun to grow to their full potential and produce the strongest blooms, oils and fragrances. The less sun a lavender receives the less it will flower. Lavenders that see less the 6 hours of sunlight during the growing season (Spring and Summer) will likely have stunted growth and die.

Marwa Plant / Tukh malanga plant

500.00
Basil leaves are called "Niazboo" in Urdu and the seeds this plant contain is known as "Tukhmalanga" in Urdu. Basil seeds are reported to have antioxidant, anticancer, antiviral, antibacterial, antispasmodic and anti-fungal properties. They help in lowering the cholesterol and blood sugar too. One of the most interesting benefits of basil leaves seeds are their calming and stress relieving properties. They are good for the skin and hair too.