• Tritonia (fire freesia) suitable for a sunny place Suitable for semi-shade Flowering Period – July Onwards. Tritonia presents as only a small bulb but doesn’t let size deceive you- it produces an amazingly gorgeous flower! Similar to Freesias, they have taller stems and naturalize more effectively; no fragrance means they are a good addition for allergy sufferers who find scented gardens difficult to cope with. They are a very tolerant plant and suit just about every climate. Mid-late season flowering. Tritonia (fire freesia) is a variety of blooming plants in the iris family initially portrayed as a class in 1802. They are normally dispersed crosswise over southern Africa, with a high grouping of animal varieties in Cape Province of western South Africa. The family is firmly identified with the sort Ixia. Tritonia are little bulbous plants up to 8 cm, that show up in extraordinary numbers in spring. The leaves are fan-molded. The blossoms are shades of yellow, orange or dark-colored, sweet-noticing, and radiate an extremely solid scent, particularly around evening time. They are not brushed. The family name is gotten from the Latin word triton, signifying “Weathervane”, and implies the clearly arbitrary game plan of the stamens in a few animal varieties. Common Names: Flame Freesia, Lined Tritonia, Blazing Star, Montbretia. Life Cycle: Bulb commonly grown as an annual by gardeners. Height: 4 to 24 inches (10 to 60 cm). Native: Southern Africa. Growing Region: Zones 3 to 10. As a perennial in zones 7 to 10. Flowers: Spring and/or summer. Flower Details: White, cream, yellow, brown, red, orange, pink. Funnel-shaped. Bowl-shaped. Fragrant. Foliage: Fan-shaped. Sword-shaped. Sow Outside: Separating 4 to 10 inches (10 to 30 cm). Seed: cover seed. Pre-winter in warm zones; late-winter in mellow/cooler zones. Best developed from corms in chilly territories. Corm: 4 inches (10

  • The Hot pepper (additionally chile pepper, stew pepper, or essentially bean stew) is the product of plants from the sort Capsicum, individuals from the nightshade family, Solanaceae. Bean stew peppers are generally utilized as a part of numerous cooking styles to add heat to dishes. The substances that give bean stew peppers their force when ingested or connected topically are capsaicin and related mixes known as capsaicinoids. Bean stew peppers started in Mexico. After the Columbian Exchange, numerous cultivars of bean stew pepper spread over the world, utilized for both sustenance and customary medication. Worldwide in 2014, 32.3 million tons of green stew peppers and 3.8 million tons of dried bean stew peppers were delivered. China is the world’s biggest maker of green chillies, giving portion of the worldwide aggregate. The substances that give stew peppers their sharpness (hot warmth) when ingested or connected topically are capsaicin (8-methyl-N-vanillyl-6-nonenamide) and a few related synthetic substances, all in all called capsaicinoids. The amount of capsaicin fluctuates by assortment, and on developing conditions. Water focused on peppers as a rule deliver more grounded cases. At the point when a habanero plant is worried, for instance low water, the grouping of capsaicin increments in a few sections of the organic product. Nutritional value per 100 g Energy : 166 kJ Carbohydrates : 8.8 g Fat : 0.4 g Protein : 1.9 g Water : 88 g Capsaicin : 0.01g – 6 g Planting Plant at the right time. Hold up to plant outside until after the last ice of the spring, normally around March or April relying upon your nearby climate. Plant on a bright day in the late morning or early evening when it’s not very hot, in order to maintain a strategic distance from transplant stun. Dig your holes. Chilies ought to

  • The Hot pepper (additionally chile pepper, stew pepper, or essentially bean stew) is the product of plants from the sort Capsicum, individuals from the nightshade family, Solanaceae. Bean stew peppers are generally utilized as a part of numerous cooking styles to add heat to dishes. The substances that give bean stew peppers their force when ingested or connected topically are capsaicin and related mixes known as capsaicinoids. Bean stew peppers started in Mexico. After the Columbian Exchange, numerous cultivars of bean stew pepper spread over the world, utilized for both sustenance and customary medication. Worldwide in 2014, 32.3 million tons of green stew peppers and 3.8 million tons of dried bean stew peppers were delivered. China is the world’s biggest maker of green chillies, giving portion of the worldwide aggregate. The substances that give stew peppers their sharpness (hot warmth) when ingested or connected topically are capsaicin (8-methyl-N-vanillyl-6-nonenamide) and a few related synthetic substances, all in all called capsaicinoids. The amount of capsaicin fluctuates by assortment, and on developing conditions. Water focused on peppers as a rule deliver more grounded cases. At the point when a habanero plant is worried, for instance low water, the grouping of capsaicin increments in a few sections of the organic product. Nutritional value per 100 g Energy : 166 kJ Carbohydrates : 8.8 g Fat : 0.4 g Protein : 1.9 g Water : 88 g Capsaicin : 0.01g – 6 g Growing Keep the plant warm. Bean stew peppers started in Mexico, so the vast majority of them flourish in warm atmospheres. To guarantee your bean stews survive inside, you’ll need to keep up a daytime temperature of around 80 F (27 C), and an evening temperature of around 70 F (21 C). Rather than keeping your whole house at this temperature, you

  • A rose is a woody lasting blooming plant of the class Rosa, in the family Rosaceae, or the blossom it bears. There are more than three hundred species and a large number of cultivars. They frame a gathering of plants that can be erect bushes, climbing or trailing with stems that are frequently equipped with sharp prickles. Blossoms change fit as a fiddle and are typically expansive and ostentatious, in hues running from white through yellows and reds. Most species are local to Asia, with littler numbers local to Europe, North America, and northwestern Africa. Species, cultivars and half and halves are largely generally developed for their excellence and regularly are fragrant. Roses have obtained social centrality in numerous social orders. Rose plants extend in estimate from minimal, smaller than normal roses, to climbers that can achieve seven meters in stature. Planting Buying Roses Before you plant, make sure that you pick assortments demonstrated in your atmosphere. If all else fails, All-America Rose Selections champs are great wagers. On the off chance that you arrange roses from a mail-arrange organization, arrange right on time, in January or February (March at the most recent). They are generally delivered in the spring as uncovered roots when plants are completely torpid, a long time before they have leafed out. They’ll resemble a heap of sticks on landing. Note that they are not dead—basically torpid. Watch that the pressing material is clammy and keep them in a cool dull place until prepared to plant. On the off chance that you are purchasing holder developed roses (versus exposed root roses), plant them by May or early June for best outcomes. Preparing the Soil Roses incline toward a close unbiased pH scope of 5.5– 7.0. A pH of 6.5 is just about ideal for most home greenery enclosures

  • A rose is a woody lasting blooming plant of the class Rosa, in the family Rosaceae, or the blossom it bears. There are more than three hundred species and a large number of cultivars. They frame a gathering of plants that can be erect bushes, climbing or trailing with stems that are frequently equipped with sharp prickles. Blossoms change fit as a fiddle and are typically expansive and ostentatious, in hues running from white through yellows and reds. Most species are local to Asia, with littler numbers local to Europe, North America, and northwestern Africa. Species, cultivars and half and halves are largely generally developed for their excellence and regularly are fragrant. Roses have obtained social centrality in numerous social orders. Rose plants extend in estimate from minimal, smaller than normal roses, to climbers that can achieve seven meters in stature. Planting Buying Roses Before you plant, make sure that you pick assortments demonstrated in your atmosphere. If all else fails, All-America Rose Selections champs are great wagers. On the off chance that you arrange roses from a mail-arrange organization, arrange right on time, in January or February (March at the most recent). They are generally delivered in the spring as uncovered roots when plants are completely torpid, a long time before they have leafed out. They’ll resemble a heap of sticks on landing. Note that they are not dead—basically torpid. Watch that the pressing material is clammy and keep them in a cool dull place until prepared to plant. On the off chance that you are purchasing holder developed roses (versus exposed root roses), plant them by May or early June for best outcomes. Preparing the Soil Roses incline toward a close unbiased pH scope of 5.5– 7.0. A pH of 6.5 is just about ideal for most home greenery enclosures

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    Discription Everybody appears to love delicious watermelon in the late spring. Local to Africa, melons require warm temperatures (up to 80°F amid the day) and a long developing season. Plant specialists in colder atmospheres can at present have accomplishment in developing watermelon vines by beginning seeds inside and picking short-season assortments. Days to development extend from 70 to 90, contingent upon the assortment. Planting In the event that you live in hotter climes, you can sow seeds straightforwardly outside, yet hold up until the dirt temperature warms to no less than 70°F to dodge poor germination. Watermelon vines are extremely delicate and ought not be transplanted until the point that all risk of ice has passed. (To be sheltered, hold up no less than about fourteen days past your last ice date.) On the off chance that you are in a cooler zone, begin seeds inside about multi month before transplanting. Correct soil with matured fertilizer, kelp, as well as manure before planting. Watermelons are overwhelming feeders. Take in more about soil revisions and getting ready soil for planting. Watermelons lean toward a dirt pH somewhere in the range of 6 and 6.8. Developing the vines in raised lines, known as slopes, guarantees great seepage and will hold the sun’s warmth longer. Space the plants around 2 feet separated in a 5 broad slope. In case you’re developing in columns, space 6 feet by 6 feet separated. Watermelons like loamy, all around depleted soil. Handle them delicately when you transplant. After you transplant, cover the plants with push spreads to keep bugs under control. You’ll evacuate the line covers when you see both male and female blossoms on the vine. Find much more tips for planting watermelon in your home garden. Care Mulching with dark plastic will fill various needs:

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    Description Brinjal F1 Hybrid White Long – Seeds (Eggplant) is a warm-climate plant. The ideal temperature for germination is 24-29°C (seedlings ought to rise in 6-8 days) and 22-30°C for development and natural product advancement. Full sun is an unquestionable requirement. Eggplant is versatile to various types of soil conditions. Profound, ripe and all around depleted sandy topsoil or residue topsoil soils are alluring. Eggplant can’t endure ice and the development of youthful plants is impeded when the temperature is beneath 16°C. Eggplant can endure dry season and extreme precipitation, however development moderates when temperatures surpass 35°C. Pure Seeds: Min. 98% Other Crop Seed: Max. 10 per kg Inert Matter: Max. 2% Physical Purity: Min 98% Moisture: Max. 7% How to plant In tropical or subtropical atmospheres, similar to India, the seeds can straightforwardly be sown into the ground. Notwithstanding, ensure that there is no more danger of ice and that the icy season has really cleared a path for hotter climes. The brinjal plant requires loads of sun to flourish. The seeds should be planted 1cm profound and separated around 15 cm from each other. Water frequently and the seeds by and large sprout inside 2-3 weeks Pests Aphids Beetles Spider mites Bacterial rot References https://www.greenmylife.in

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    Description Brinjal F1 Hybrid White Round – Seeds (Eggplant) is a warm-climate plant. The ideal temperature for germination is 24-29°C (seedlings ought to rise in 6-8 days) and 22-30°C for development and natural product advancement. Full sun is an unquestionable requirement. Eggplant is versatile to various types of soil conditions. Profound, ripe and all around depleted sandy topsoil or residue topsoil soils are alluring. Eggplant can’t endure ice and the development of youthful plants is impeded when the temperature is beneath 16°C. Eggplant can endure dry season and extreme precipitation, however, development moderates when temperatures surpass 35°C. Pure Seeds: Min. 98% Other Crop Seed: Max. 10 per kg Inert Matter: Max. 2% Physical Purity: Min 98% Moisture: Max. 7% How to plant In tropical or subtropical atmospheres, similar to India, the seeds can straightforwardly be sown into the ground. Notwithstanding, ensure that there is no more danger of ice, and that the icy season has really cleared a path for hotter climes. The brinjal plant requires loads of sun to flourish. The seeds should be planted 1cm profound and separated around 15 cm from each other. Water frequently and the seeds by and large sprout inside 2-3 weeks Pests Aphids Beetles Spider mites Bacterial rot References https://www.greenmylife.in

  • Description A Balsam Camellia flowered sweet-smelling resinous substance, for example, ointment, radiated by different trees and bushes and utilized as a base for specific scents and therapeutic arrangements. This is a herbaceous plant developed for its helmeted pink or purple blossoms. How to plant Balsam are grown from seed. They can be directly seeded into your flower garden, or seeded indoors in trays or flats for transplanting later. Sow indoor starts about 6 weeks before the last frost. Keep soil moist while germinating.Sow seeds early in the season, and cover with 1/8″ of soil. Water thoroughly. It is important to keep the soil moist during the germination period.Balsam will begin to produce a continuous, profusion of flowers by early to mid-summer, and all the way to frost. Days to Germination: 10 – 15 Pests The spruce budworm is the significant bug of amber fir. Budworm survives best on more seasoned trees and in thick stands. To limit harm, oversee fir on a 40-to 50-year turn, keep extensive woods zones all around enhanced by age class, thin stands to keep up fiery development, and keep up a high spruce and hardwood part. Bug spray utilize might be justified in high esteem stands that have been defoliated for two back to back years and that can’t be gathered inside five years. Heart decay and root spoil are real sicknesses. To small scale mize harm take after budworm administration prac-tices to support energetic stands and abstain from scarring trees amid transitional cuttings. Windthrow? trees evacuated or broken by wind? can be a genuine condition, particularly on wet, shallow soils. Limit windthrow by keep up ing an all around loaded, enthusiastic stand. Do diminishing and shelterwood cutting just on destinations where fir is known to be windfirm. When influencing a fractional cut, to guarantee the windward

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    Capsicum green – Desi Seeds (Bell peppers) is a sort of blooming plants in the nightshade family Solanaceae. Its species are local to the Americas, where they have been developed for a huge number of years. Following the Columbian Exchange, it has turned out to be developed around the world, and it has likewise turned into a key component in numerous cooking styles. Notwithstanding use as flavors and sustenance vegetables, Capsicum species have additionally been utilized as pharmaceuticals and lachrymatory specialists. Growing conditions Perfect developing conditions for peppers incorporate a bright position with warm, loamy soil, in a perfect world 21 to 29 °C (70 to 84 °F), that is sodden yet not waterlogged. To a great degree, sodden soils can make seedlings “clammy off” and diminish germination. The plants will endure (however not incline toward) temperatures down to 12 °C (54 °F) and are delicate to ice. For blooming, Capsicum is a non-photoperiod-touchy harvest. The blossoms can self-fertilize. Be that as it may, at to a great degree high temperature, 33 to 38 °C (91 to 100 °F), dust loses practicality, and blooms are substantially less prone to fertilize effectively. Planting Begin seeds inside 8-10 weeks before the previous spring ice date. The temperature must be no less than 70° F for seed germination, so keep them in a warm territory generally advantageous and quickest outcomes. Begin pepper seeds three to a pot, and disperse the weakest seedling. Let the staying two pepper plants spend their whole lives together as one plant. The leaves of two plants help ensure peppers against sunscald and the yield is frequently twice comparable to two isolated plants. Start to solidify off plants around 10 days before transplanting. Seven days before transplanting, bring manure or matured fertilizer into your garden soil. After the threat