Adenium PlantAdenium Plant
How to Care Adenium Plant:
Keep soil moderately moist in spring and summer, but reduce watering in fall and especially winter when the plant is dormant. Fertilize with a dilution by half of a 20-20-20 liquid plant food once per month when the plant is actively growing. Do not feed the desert rose during winter
Alocasia Plant (Imported)Alocasia Plant (Imported)
Alocasia Plant (Imported)
*Same Size plant will deliver in same Condition as shown in picture
Alocasia houseplants are known for their distinctive and stunning foliage. Broad heart- or arrowhead-shaped, textured leaves can feature flat or wavy edges and boast distinctive veining that is often creamed colored and provides stark contrast from the deep green of the leaf. Alocasia have a very commanding presence. This is a plant that pulls you in with its striking looks and undeniable charm and adds effortless style to any end table or bookcase.
Like all indoor plants, it is easier to care for the Alocasia when you understand more about its origin. These are subtropical plants that hail from Asia and Eastern Australia. In nature, these plants grow underneath a tree canopy, so the Alocasia naturally develops large leaves to help give it an edge over other plants when it comes to soaking up sunlight.
Some varieties of Alocasia will grow into massive plants with exceptionally large leaves. There are smaller varieties available that are more manageable and will not take over your home if space is a concern. Expect your Alocasia to grow very quickly during the warmer months. These fast-growing houseplants can push out new leaves almost weekly when they are actively growing. When the weather turns cold, Alocasia will hold steady until the next growing season.
Under the right conditions, your Alocasia will bloom. The flowers feature a spathe and spadix, but typically end up concealed by the leaves. The foliage of Alocasia is the real showstopper.
Aloo Bukhara PlantAloo Bukhara Plant
How to Care Aloo Bukhara Plant :
Do ploughing, cross ploughing of land and then levelled the land. Prepare land in such way that water stagnation should not occurred in field.
Plum develops on an array of soils, deep fertile as well as properly drained, loamy land with a pH of 5.5-6.5. The land must be clear of hard pan, water logging as well as extreme salts.
Asparagus FernAsparagus Fern
*We will deliver same size plant / fern as shown in picture
Asparagus Fern is a wiry shrub with branches that scramble or climb if support is provided. It is one of the fastest-growing, least demanding houseplants. Asparagus ferns are not ferns at all, they belong to the asparagus family. The common names are derived from their appearance, the plumes of feathery foliage resemble delicate, lacy ferns.
They need bright indirect light, without full sun and high humidity. Insufficient light as well as insufficient water will result in yellow needles that drop. Should these conditions damage the plant, the yellow needles will not rejuvenate, however, once proper conditions are met, new growth will appear at the soil line.
Begonia PlantBegonia Plant
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.
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.
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.
Boston fern || Sword FernBoston fern || Sword Fern
*We will deliver same size plant / fern as shown in picture
The Boston fern (Nephrolepis exaltata), also known as the sword fern, is a popular fern species that grows in many tropical areas around the world. It is also commonly kept as a houseplant, especially because it doesn’t have high sunlight needs. The foliage of this fern remains evergreen. Its sword-shaped, blue-green fronds with many tiny leaflets are erect and arch as they grow larger. Like several other fern species, the Boston fern is a fairly slow grower and is best planted in the fall or spring.
Broccoli PlantBroccoli Plant
Pot Size = 6 inch
Season: Dec ~ August
Pot : Simple Black Plastic Pot (Same like picture)
Will deliver the same type of plants same as in the picture
*This image is just for reference your plant may have different number of leaves and different numbers of fruits at the time of delivery
Available Vegetable Plants :
Dhania = 200Rs
Podina / Mint = 200Rs
Meethi Pot = 200Rs
Palak Pot = 200Rs
Desi China Lemon = 500 ~ 700Rs
Big Kaghzi Lemon = 2000Rs
Lemon Grass Pot = 800Rs
Imported Big Lemons Plant = 2000Rs
Kaffir Lime = 8000Rs
Karri Patta / Curry Plant = 300Rs
Thyme = 500Rs
Rosemary = 800Rs
Green Lettuce = 200Rs
Pink lettuce = 200Rs
Iceberg Pot = 200Rs
Rocket = 300Rs
Turrai Bail = 300Rs
Kaddu bail = 300Rs
Celery = 200Rs
Brinjal = 200Rs
Ajwain = 300Rs
Chilli Desi = 200Rs
Sweet Basil = 300Rs
F1 Hybrid Tomato Plant = 300Rs
F1 Hybrid Cherry Tomato Plant = 300Rs
Tulsi = 300Rs
Broccoli Plant = 300Rs
Romaine Lettuce = 200Rs
Rainbow Chard = 200Rs
Bok choy = 200Rs
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