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  1. Some Fun Facts About Plants

    Here are 10 fun facts about plants:

    The tallest tree in the world is the coast redwood, which can reach heights of over 360 feet (110 meters)

    The largest flower in the world is the Rafflesia arnoldii, which can grow up to three feet (one meter) in diameter and weigh up to 15 pounds (seven kilograms).

    The Venus Flytrap is a carnivorous plant that uses its leaves to trap and digest insects.

    The Corpse Flower is a plant that emits a foul odor when it blooms, resembling the scent of rotting flesh, to attract pollinators such as flies and beetles.

    The world's oldest known living plant is a clonal colony of aspen trees in Utah, USA, estimated to be around 80,000 years old.

    The cacao tree, from which chocolate is made, can only grow within 20 degrees of the equator.

    The Welwitschia mirabilis is a plant species found only in the Namib Desert of southern Africa, and can live for up to 2,000 years.

    The world's largest seed is the coco de mer, found only in the Seychelles, and can weigh up to 66 pounds (30 kilograms)!

    The Pando tree, located in Utah, is a single organism made up of over 40,000 individual trees connected by a single root system.

    The world's largest flower garden, the Keukenhof Gardens in the Netherlands, features over seven million flowers and bulbs annually, including tulips, hyacinths, and daffodils.
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  2. Some Most Common Questions Answered About Plants

    Some Most Common Questions Answered About Plants

    Effect Of Plants On Our Health

    The most important thing that plants do for us is they improve the air quality around making us breathe healthy air.

    Are All Plants Safe

    All plants available in our collection are safe and will have a healthy impact on your life.

    About Indoor Plants

    Plants mostly flourish while kept outdoors but there is a wide variety of plants which can be kept indoors.

    Do All Plants Need Sunlight

    Yes every plant need a certain amount of light. Most plants thrive in direct sunlight.

    Use Of Drainage Holes

    Drainage holes help the water to flush out extra salts and excess water is also released from them.

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  3. Teaching Kids The Fun Of Gardening

    Teaching Kids The Fun Of Gardening

    Inculcating gardening as a hobby in your little ones can be one of the best decisions you can make.

    Here are some tips which can make your children excited to get into gardening and have fun while learning this life long essential hobby.

    Child Size Tools

    Get them a small watering can and a child sized trowel as well as some colorful gloves will add to the excitement.

    Separate Space

    Give them a corner in your garden where they can do whatever they want to.


    Let the kids decide what they would like to grow. Mostly children are interested in growing pumpkins, sunflowers, beans etc. Radish is one such plant which shows fast growth and can keep them interested.

    Educating Them About Beneficial Insects

    Tell them about how some insects like lady bugs and butterflies are beneficial for the plants and how everything is so inter connected in nature.

    Garden Safety

    Since some plants can be toxic and growing in your garden always teach them not to put anything in their mouth from the garden.


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  4. How To keep Your garden Safe During The Rainy Season

    How to keep your garden safe during the rainy season

     Heavy rains during the monsoon season can be the bane of garden lives. Frequent bashing due to heavy rain can destroy even the most resilient plants and drive all the hard work you put in to build that beautiful garden down in the drain. 

     I know, it all sounds familiar; in fact, many of us have experienced our beautiful garden getting ruined by rain in front of our eyes. Not anymore, here a few measures we all can take, and keep your plants alive over the drizzly season.

    Treat for waterlogging:

    Waterlogging is not only rampant on public roads in our country but also in most people's gardens. After heavy rainfall, spots occur where water remains in puddles and doesn't drain away. It clogs oxygen supply to the roots, and they stop growing and eventually die. 

    Understanding the symptoms:

    First and foremost, don't be deceived into watering your plant, in the rainy seasons, because of yellowing leaves, drooping stems, and dropping leaves. These are all classic signs of your plant suffocating to death due to a lack of oxygen, not reaching the roots.  

    Ironically, many people misread these signs of plants dying due to obstruction of oxygen supply to the roots as plants need watering. 

    How to keep plants safe:

    • Adding mulch is an effective strategy that once can adopt to keep the plants safe during the rainy season. By absorbing moisture, they facilitate the flow of oxygen to the roots and keep weeds under check. You can make mulch at home using organic material like hay, tree bark, or chippings. 
    • Use a garden fork to make holes in the soil; water gets lodged in the air pockets that obstructs the flow of air to the roots. You can ventilate the garden by making holes to release the waterlogged air pockets. The deeper you can spike, the better for your garden.
    • Lack of sunlight is another major factor that kills the plants and damages your garden. If you live in a region that remains cloudy for most of the year, consider investing in some artificial lighting system for your garden.
    • If you live in a thick clay soil region, consider using growing frames in your garden. As this type of soil is prone to waterlogging, you can fill the bed with good quality topsoil and compost to keep your plants safe. 


    Keep your plants against torrential downpours and the resulting waterlogging by following these simple steps.

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  5. Common Mistakes To Avoid While Building Your Garden

    It doesn't matter if you spend years building your garden or just getting started to develop a space full of life right behind your window, you will always face challenges and stumble over little pitfalls. Some of these self-inflicted mishaps and some by the hands of Mother Nature are among the many beautiful things about gardening that facilitate lifelong learning, patience, and passion. 


    While building your garden, you will learn a lot by making mistakes, and its the part of the process. However, here are a few common mishaps that you can avoid:


    You have taken up more than you can handle: Are you one of those who have just taken up gardening and are already dreaming of green lunch space full of beautiful flowers and plants?                       


    We are sorry to break it to you; it seldom works out the way you imagine. Start by building one or two manageable garden raisin beds or strips to which you can devote enough time. Also, carefully pick plants that are resilient and do not require a lot of attention or care.


    Choose plants ideal for the climate conditions in your region: Many people are now buying plants online; thus, they often pick plants that are not ideal or could not survive in the climate conditions prevailing in their region. Conducting thorough research regarding the planting season and soil conditions before buying a plant will go a long way to build your dream garden


    Do not neglect the soil's health:  People often consider "smut" as "soil"; unfortunately, it is not the case. Usually, your garden beds do not contain all the nutrients and lack the right mix of drainage and moisture retention properties that plants need to thrive. Invest in compost and some mild slow-release natural fertilizers to provide the plants with the necessary nutrition that can help them grow. 


    Excess watering: Showering too much love may not be in their best interest. Watering too much is a common mistake that people who are just getting started with gardening make. Plants breathe through their tissues and roots. If the roots are wet for an extended period, plants are unable to breathe and suffocate. It also increases the probability of them getting rotten or catching a disease. 


    Overcrowding: Don't ignore the recommended spacing guidelines while planting. People often do not pay attention to the instructions provided with the plants and seeds, which leads to over-crowding; plants and are unable to get sufficient nutrients, water, airflow, and sunlight. It also leads to the spread of disease and pests. 


    We hope you could pick up a few pointers about how to start building the garden you always wanted. As always, feel free to shoot me questions!

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  6. Common Plant Diseases And How To Treat Them

    Common Plant Diseases And How To Cure Them

    Bacterial Spot

    It is a very common plant disease caused by war and wet environment. The plant afflicted with it can be recognized with small dark raised spots on leaves. The cure is to destroy the infected plant and apply a good fungicide specifically meant for the diseases which you can get from the local shop.

    Bacterial Blight

    The disease is caused by wet and cool weather. If the leaves of a plant shows large yellow spots and are turning brown it is suffering from bacterial blight. The cure is to get rid of infected plants and ensuring adequate space between new plants.

    Ralstonia Solanacearum

    Also known as bacterial wilt is caused by weeds or contaminated soil. The leaves wilt during day and turn yellow and remain wilted. The only fix is to get rid of infected plant and use new pathogen free potting soil.


    The disease is caused by damp soil in temepratures around 12 to 15 degrees celsius. The plant suffers from stunted foliage with blackened root system. A good fungicide can be used as preventive treatment.


    The disease is caused by high nitrogen and warm environment and its symptoms are small green , yellow bugs on both stems and leaves. They can be get rid of by wiping the plant with alcohol or soapy water.

    Cucumber Mosaic Virus

    The disease is caused by aphids and plant has yellow spots or streaking on the leaves visible. The only option is to get rid of infected plant and maintaind good environment free of aphids.

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  7. Seven Common Reasons Your Seeds Are Not Germinating

    Seven Common Reasons Your Seeds Are Not Germinating

    1. Using non viable or old seeds - Always buy seeds from reliable sources.

    If seeds float in water they are not viable.

    2. Wrong Planting Depth.

    It is better to plant seeds too shallow than too deep. Also do not press hard over the seeds after sowing them.

    3. Bad Seed Staring Potting Mix Or Soil

    Hard soil or soil with too much stones will not allow the seeds to sprout freely.
    Best combination is to use 70 percent cocopeat and 30% cow manure.

    4. Wrong Temperature Or Season

    There is always the right time of the year for every seed to be sowed. Sowing them during wrong time of the year will not yield any result.

    5. Improper Watering

    Balanced watering is very important. Do not over water or under water. Just try to keep the mix moisturized.

    6. Dirty Container

    Make sure to clean the container before using it for planting purpose. Use baking soda to clean the container.

    7. Sunlight

    Sunlight is not required for germination but once the sprouts come out then do require sunlight. Gradual exposure to sun is best method to develop healthy plants.

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  8. Useful Tips For Maintaining Optimal Health Of Plants

    Useful Tips For Maintaining Optimal Health Of Plants

    1. For most plants the rule is to water them only when the first inch of the soil feel dry.

    2. Do Not Overwater the plants - an underwatered plant has higher chance of survival than an overwatered one.

    3. Mostly the houseplants do not require fertilizers and wrong fertilizer or too much fertilizer can actually cause your plant to die.

    4. People are more enticed to buy a larger plant but it is actually a good idea to buy a small plant as its growth rate is better and being established at your place it will have a longer life.

    5. Pruning the plant to get rid of dead ends and leaves will help in new growth just as we need haircuts plants also need some pruning mostly at the end of winters.

    6. A very important thing to note when buying a pot is to make sure the pot has a hole at its base rather than at its sides. Pots with holes at sides tend to make the root rot as water can assemble at the base.

    7. Dusting the leaves if you see too much dust collecting on the leaves will help the plant get more sunlight. This can be done few times a year or when you notice too much dust.

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  9. How To Get Rid Of Mealybugs Or White Insects On Your Plants

    How To Get Rid Of Mealybugs Or White Insects On Your Plants

    Its actually quite simple. Just add 10 to 30 ml of shampoo in your sprayer with 1 liter amount of water and spray this solutiion on all the leaves having this white thing on them.

    Make sure you do it in the evening time not during the day as it will harm the plants.

    Next day before around 12 o clock in the afternoon make sure to wash off the leaves with normal water.

    If there are still some mealybugs left you can repeat the treatment after one week. Happy Gardening.

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  10. How To Know If Plant Is Dead Or Alive

    There is a very simple way to find out if your plant is dead or alive. Just scratch on its top surface and if it is green inside then its definitely alive and can be saved.

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