Garden Specialities

CARDAMOM

A Cardamom plant normally starts bearing Capsules from the third year of planting. The harvested capsules are rubbed on wire mesh and polished before they are graded.

PEPPER

The Pepper plant grows best in a warm and humid climate. Berries mature and ready for harvest in about 180 to 200 days.

CLOVE

Clove trees begin to bear flowers 7-8 years after planting. Unopened flower buds are carefully picked when they turn from green to pink.

INCULIN PLANT

KIZHARNELLI

Phyllanthus niruri is a widespread tropical plant commonly found in coastal areas, known by the common names gale of the wind, stonebreaker or seed-under-leaf.

SATHAVARI

Asparagus racemosus is a species of asparagus common throughout India and the Himalayas. It grows 1–2 m tall and prefers to take root in gravelly, rocky soils high up in piedmont plains, at 1,300–1,400 m elevation. It was botanically described in 1799.

MUKKOOTTI

like the name suggests, is a wound healer and growing one in your backyard Ayurvedic herbs garden can come in quite handy.

MURIKOOTTI

Easy healing of wounds
Enabling improved skin complexion
The soothing effect in case of skin allergies such as allergic dermatitis
Effective management of skin infections such as herpes and abscesses
Controlling itching in case of insect bites
Reverting the effect of suntan
Management and cure of conditions such as psoriasis and eczema

NEELAKODUVELI

Plumbago auriculata (common names blue plumbago, Cape plumbago or Cape leadwort), P. capensis, is a species of flowering plant in the family.Plumbaginaceae, native to South Africa.

THULSI

Ocimum tenuiflorum, commonly known as holy basil, tulasi or tulsi, is an aromatic perennial plant in the family Lamiaceae. It is native to the Indian subcontinent and widespread as a cultivated plant throughout the Southeast Asian tropics

THUMBA

Leucas zeylanica, commonly known as Ceylon slitwort, is a small, terrestrial, herbaceous, annual, erect or sometimes tufted, hispid and aromatic plant of the subfamily Lamioideae of family Lamiaceae. … in Oriya, bahuphul in Marathi, thumbai in Tamil, thumbe in Kannada, thummi in Telugu, and thumba in Malayalam.

CURRY LEAVES

The curry tree or curry leaf tree is a tropical to sub-tropical tree in the family Rutaceae, and is native to India. Its leaves are used in many dishes in the Indian subcontinent.Consume curry leaves along with a healthy diet and exercise regularly for quicker weight loss. Curry leaves can be used for treating an upset stomach. You can grind dried curry leaves and add it to buttermilk. Drink it on any empty stomach for dealing with conditions such diarrhea, constipation and dysentery.

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