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The ajwain plant is very easy to grow. It requires full sun & moderate water with very good drainage. Excessive water can kill the plant. Special care should be taken during monsoon.
Ajwain is a small, erect, annual shrub with soft fine hairs. It has many branches of leafy stem which has 4-6 rays of flowers head, each bearing 6-16 flowers.The fruits are small egg-shaped pods, brown-gray in color.
Ornamental foliage plant, Hedge in small garden
Centratherum punctatum, commonly called Brazilian bachelor’s button, is a tender & perennial exotic cultivated garden herb that typically grows to 12-18” tall. It is a spreading ground cover which is highlighted by a long continuous April-September bloom of fluffy, button-shaped, lavender-blue flowers (to 1” wide). Larkdaisy will spread in the garden to 2-4’ wide or more. Stems are clad with simple, coarsely-toothed, oval to elliptic, olive green to pale green leaves (each to 2-3” long) with depressed veins. Leaves are pleasantly fragrant.
Easily grown in moist, fertile, well-drained soils in full sun. Tolerates some part shade.
Ornamental ground cover. Annual flower for sunny areas of the landscape, beds & borders
India & Srilanka
The Curry Tree (also called Kadipatta) is a small tropical to sub-tropical tree or shrub noted for its sweet & pungent aromatic leaves, Fragrant white flowers are followed by blue-black drupes; seeds are poisonous to eat.
The leaves of the curry tree are called curry leaves or sweet neem leaves. a must add herb in curry recipes prepared in South Asia; it’s a good choice for gardeners who love to grow exotic plants.
Usually, curry trees grow to 4-6 metres tall, and their trunk grows to 40 centimetres in diameter. This is a relatively low maintenance tree, and should only be pruned after flowering to avoid removing any of the current season's flowers. It is a good choice for attracting birds to your yard
Curry tree plant loves the warm, humid surroundings and loves subtropical and tropical heat. It needs full sun and moderate watering to thrive. Pinch off its white flowers in the first two years to appreciate healthy growth. Once settled, it’ll start to grow up quickly.
Use nitrogen rich fertilizer in a month or two to boost the growth (don’t fertilize in dormant stage of the plant, which occurs in the winter)
Pick fresh leaves when you need it, harvesting encourages new growth in curry plant.
Container , Shade, Hedge / Screening