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Allamanda Bail

1,000.00
HOW TO GROW .ALLAMANDA BAIL: Water deeply until the excess moisture runs out of the drainage holes but then wait until the top surface of the soil dries out before you irrigate again. Allamanda doesn’t like wet feet. Fertilize in spring through summer every two to three weeks with a good blooming plant food. Allow the plant to rest in winter. Suspend fertilizing in winter as part of good Allamanda plant care. Restart fertilizing in April and move the plant outside as soon as temperatures are above 60 F. (16 C.). Prune in early spring and cut stems back to one to two nodes to promote tighter new growth. This plant is prone to spider mites and whiteflies, so watch carefully for these pests. At the first sign put the plant in the shower and hose off as many of the little guys as you can, then follow with daily applications of horticultural soap or a Neem spray.

Begonia Plant

700.00
How to Care Begonia Plant: Tuberous begonias will naturally die back each year. Start decreasing water in late summer to early fall and trim back foliage when it starts to yellow. Dig up the tubers at the first threat of frost. Clean any remaining dirt from the tubers and dry them on newspaper in a sunny location for about a week. To prevent powdery mildew, lightly dust them with sulfur powder and store individually in paper bags or wrapped in newspaper. Rhizomatous and wax types don’t die back and are usually pinched or lightly pruned each year to keep them healthy and encourage full, but compact growth. In warmer climates, this is best done in spring. In cooler climates, you can do this in fall as a clean-up before bringing them inside for the winter. In addition to cutting them back, check for signs of pests or disease before moving them indoors. Slowly acclimate them to their new inside location by first placing in a bright window and gradually decreasing the amount of light. This will to help prevent stress, which causes the leaves to drop. Once warmer temperatures return, reverse the process and move them back outside. See below for information on growing as houseplants. For all types, deadheading spent begonia flowers keeps plants clean and healthy, as well as promotes more blooms.

Soil:

All begonias like evenly moist, well-draining soil with some added organic matter.

Amendments and fertilizer:

For general growing purposes, apply a balanced water-soluble fertilizer once a month in the growing season. For plants grown strictly for their foliage, like angel wings, use a fertilizer that is higher in nitrogen.

Watering:

Regular watering is important for healthy plants. The soil should remain moist at all times, but not too wet, as this can cause rot. Water at the base of the plant to keep the foliage dry and prevent leaf spot and fungal diseases.

Diseases and pests:

Susceptible to powdery mildew, mealy bugs, mites, thrips, and whitefly. Stem rot and rhizome rot can be caused by overwatering and soggy soil.

Cactus Graph

1,200.00
Plant Size: 6 - 8 Inch Table Decoration Cactus Method Select your Favourite Table Cactus Place your Order Share Screenshot of that Cactus Plant on our whatsapp/Facebook/Instagram DM.....we will deliver your Cactus at your doorstep within 3 working days

Cassia NoDosa Plant

6,000.00
HOW TO CARE CASSIA NODOSA: Cassia in full to partial sun for the best flower displays. Moderately fertile soil will suffice, but it should be moist and well-drained. The tree is slightly tolerant of salt spray and drought. Average Water Needs, Water regularly, do not overwater.  

Chambeli Bail

300.00
Bail Size : 1.5 ft How do you care for a Chameli plant ? Choose a warm, sheltered location when growing jasmine. The vining varieties require a support structure as some can get 15 feet tall. All jasmine plants prefer sun to light shade sites with well-draining and moderately fertile soil. Install the plant in the ground at the same level it was growing in the nursery pot. About It is an evergreen fragrant flower. Wide and yellow flowers that bloom in winter. It has an intoxicating smell only at night with greenish-white flowers.

Chinese Rose

1,000.00
Chinese Rose : Plant Size : 1.5 ft Colours available : Red , Yellow , Pink These are basically Chinese version of roses they bloom all year An erect, deciduous shrub, 1-2 m tall with smooth and hairless stems and varying levels of flat, curved thorns to thornless. It has red, white, pink flowers with 5 or more petals that produce smooth red hips

Daisy Flower

600.00
CARE FOR DAISIES: These classic perennials have narrow serrated leaves and white flowers with yellow disk centers. They range from about 10 inches to several feet tall and include variations with single, double, frilly, or ruffled petals. They're not overly needy plants and are fast to moderate growers. Water them well the first season or two while they develop root systems but don't overdo it. They don't like soggy soils, and they will tolerate some drought once they are established. Give them a balanced fertilizer in late fall. Divide them in spring or fall when they get too big by digging pieces off the edges with a spade. Some varieties may need staked to stay upright.

Desi Rose plant

400.00
Plant your desi roses in a bright area with great seepage. Prepare them consistently for amazing blossoms. Water them equally to keep the dirt soggy. Prune set up flower brambles in late-winter. Watch for infections like fine buildup or dark spot.

Din Ka Raja

300.00
Bale Size : 1 - 1.5 ft Din ka Raja (king of the day) . The scent of this quick-growing and evergreen woody shrub, often used for screens and borders, is released by day.

Gardenia Plant

3,500.00
How To Care Gardenia Plant: Gardenias grown indoors should receive at least 6-8 hours of direct sunlight through a sunny window. Make sure your Gardenia soil is moist and well-drained. Gardenias need at least 1 inch of rain (or equivalent watering) each week. Keep the soil consistently damp but not soggy.

Gul Mohar Plant

600.00

HOW TO CARE GULMOHAR PLANT:

Soil 

Gulmohar tree prefers deep sandy loam soil with proper provision of drainage. Though it can be grown in almost all type of soil, Heavy and clayey soil should be avoided. Soil should have good warmth.

Climate

The tree can be grown upto 2000 meters ASL in an area with a mean annual rainfall of 700 mm and temperature of about (14-26)°C. It is the tree of tropics and sub-tropics but can withstand the heat and humid conditions. There is no problem of irrigation as it is fairly drought and salt tolerant plant.

Site Selection

The place selected for the growing of Gulmohar tree should have enough space as it spread up to 15 meters forming an umbrella like crown. The site should receive enough sunlight and grows weakly, sparsely under shade.

Other Care Works

As the plant spread and grows very fast, we can do regular pruning to give it the proper shape we want. If we allow it to grow and think of controlling it growth at later years, It will become very difficult and ultimately it covers large area. This can be a problem if you are growing Gulmohars at home. The tree is resistant to pests however some animals and insects drills holes it is branches which should be controlled otherwise the tree may collapse during storms.

Ixora Plant

500.00
Ixora is a tropical to semi-tropical evergreen shrub that is suitable for landscapes.The large flower clusters come in red, orange, yellow and pink, and it’s also known as jungle flame and flame of the woods. Minimal maintenance is needed when growing an Ixora bush.The best floral displays are produced by Ixora grown in full sun situations. Well-drained soil and moderate to slightly acidic pH are crucial to growing an Ixora bush. The plant develops chloro-sis when installed in alkaline soils. Keep the soil evenly moist and prune the plant when it gets unruly. Ixora responds well to shearing and makes an excellent low hedge with its 4 to 6 foot height. Propagation of the shrub is through stem cuttings which can be rooted with the help of a rooting hormone.The flowers also occasionally produce a dark purple to black berry with seeds that are sometimes viable. Clean the pulp off the seed and soak it over night. Plant in a 2-inch pot filled with good seed starter mix. Moisten the mixture and fasten a plastic bag over the pot. Place in a warm location with moderate light. Keep the pot moist and move it to bright light as soon as the seed has germinate