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Medicinal Plants - 3 Nos ( Rama Tulsi, Curry Leaves and Aloe Vera)

Medicinal Plants - 3 Nos ( Rama Tulsi, Curry Leaves and Aloe Vera)

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Discover the healing power of nature with our trio of Medicinal Plants - Rama Tulsi, Curry Leaves, and Aloe Vera. These remarkable plants offer a wealth of health benefits, from boosting immunity and aiding digestion to promoting radiant skin and hair. Bring the age-old wisdom of herbal remedies into your home and experience the wonders of these natural healers. Cultivate your own pharmacy and embark on a journey to wellness with these easy-to-care-for medicinal plants. Explore their uses, harness their therapeutic properties, and enjoy a healthier, more vibrant life with these green companions by your side.

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    The actual product may slightly differ from the image shown, as it is indicative. The plant's shape, design, number of leaves, and size depend on seasonal availability.

    Please note that the received product may not precisely match the displayed image due to natural variations in plant growth and availability. Flower/ Petals and some leaves may drop during transport, but new leaves will sprout again within few days. 

    Plant Care: Upon receiving your live plants, it's essential to offer them water promptly to rejuvenate them after their journey. Position the plant in an area with indirect sunlight, allowing it to gradually regain its vitality.

    Repotting Instructions: Once the plant has fully recovered, you may contemplate repotting it in nutrient-rich soil, either within its current decorative pot or a new one. Ensure the selected pot features adequate drainage holes to prevent overwatering, especially if the decorative pot lacks these holes.

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        Plant Care

        Light & Temperature

        • Optimal Light: Medicinal plants like Rama Tulsi, Curry Leaves, and Aloe Vera typically prefer bright, indirect sunlight. Place them where they receive filtered sunlight or dappled shade.
        • Sunlight Duration: Ensure your plants receive about 4 to 6 hours of indirect sunlight daily. Avoid exposing them to harsh, direct sunlight, especially during the hottest parts of the day.
        • Indoor Care: If you're growing these plants indoors, place them near a bright window but shielded from intense midday sun. You can also use fluorescent grow lights to supplement light if needed.
        • Temperature Range: These plants thrive in a moderate temperature range. Keep them in an environment where temperatures remain between 60°F to 80°F (15°C to 27°C).
        • Avoid Cold Drafts: Protect your medicinal plants from cold drafts, especially during the winter months. Sudden drops in temperature can stress these plants.
        • Winter Care: In regions with cold winters, consider bringing your potted medicinal plants indoors when temperatures drop close to freezing. They are sensitive to frost.
        • Humidity: Adequate humidity is beneficial, especially if you're growing these plants indoors. You can increase humidity around them by misting the foliage or using a humidity tray.
        • Seasonal Adjustments: Be mindful of seasonal changes in light and temperature. You may need to adjust plant placement or care routines accordingly.
        • Monitoring Stress: Watch for signs of stress in your plants, such as wilting, yellowing leaves, or stunted growth. These can be indicators that they are not receiving the right amount of light or are exposed to temperature extremes.


        • Consistent Moisture: Medicinal plants like Rama Tulsi, Curry Leaves, and Aloe Vera thrive in consistently moist but well-drained soil. Ensure the soil doesn't become waterlogged or bone-dry.
        • Checking Moisture: To determine when to water, insert your finger or a small stick into the soil. Water when the top inch or two feels dry to the touch.
        • Morning Watering: Water your medicinal plants in the morning to allow excess moisture on the foliage to evaporate during the day. This helps prevent fungal diseases.
        • Water at the Base: Direct the water towards the base of the plants rather than overhead to avoid wetting the leaves excessively. Wet foliage can lead to fungal issues.
        • Adequate Drainage: Ensure your plant containers have drainage holes to allow excess water to escape. This prevents waterlogged roots, which can be detrimental to these plants.
        • Rainfall Considerations: Adjust your watering frequency based on local rainfall patterns. In rainy seasons, you may need to water less frequently.
        • Avoid Overwatering: Medicinal plants are susceptible to root rot if overwatered. Always err on the side of underwatering rather than keeping the soil constantly soggy.
        • Potted Plant Care: If your medicinal plants are in pots, be especially cautious not to let them sit in standing water. Empty saucers beneath the pots after watering.
        • Mulching: Applying a layer of organic mulch around the base of your plants can help retain soil moisture and reduce the frequency of watering.
        • Observation: Pay attention to your plants' response to watering. If they show signs of stress like wilting, adjust your watering routine accordingly.


        • Organic Nutrients: Opt for organic fertilizers, such as compost or well-rotted manure, to nourish your medicinal plants. These natural sources of nutrients enhance soil fertility and promote healthier growth without the risk of chemical residue.
        • Balanced Formulas: Choose a balanced, slow-release organic fertilizer with an N-P-K ratio (Nitrogen, Phosphorus, Potassium) suitable for your specific medicinal plants. Typically, a balanced formula like 10-10-10 or 5-5-5 works well.
        • Seasonal Feeding: Apply fertilizer during the active growing season, typically in spring and early summer. Avoid fertilizing during the dormant winter months.
        • Avoid Overfeeding: Medicinal plants, such as Tulsi and Aloe Vera, do not require heavy feeding. Follow the package instructions for application rates to prevent over-fertilization, which can harm the plants.
        • Top-Dressing: Apply the fertilizer evenly around the base of the plants, avoiding direct contact with the stems. Gently scratch it into the soil's top layer to encourage gradual nutrient release.
        • Foliar Feeding: For a quick nutrient boost, consider occasional foliar feeding by spraying a diluted organic liquid fertilizer directly onto the leaves. This is especially beneficial for Aloe Vera and Curry Leaves.
        • Monitor Plant Response: Keep an eye on your medicinal plants' response to fertilization. If they show signs of excessive growth or nutrient deficiencies (e.g., yellowing leaves), adjust your fertilization routine accordingly.

        General Tips

        • Watering: Maintain consistently moist but not waterlogged soil. Water your plants when the top inch of soil feels dry to the touch. Be cautious not to overwater, as this can lead to root rot.
        • Fertilization: Feed your Ruellia Simplex Trio with a balanced, water-soluble fertilizer during the growing season (spring through summer) every 4-6 weeks. Follow the recommended dosage on the fertilizer label.
        • Pruning: Trim back leggy or overgrown stems to encourage bushier growth and more prolific flowering. Pruning is best done in early spring.
        • Mulching: Apply a layer of organic mulch around the base of your plants to help retain soil moisture, regulate soil temperature, and deter weed growth.
        • Pests and Disease: Keep an eye out for common garden pests like aphids and spider mites. If you notice an infestation, treat your plants with organic pest control methods promptly. Ensure good air circulation to prevent fungal diseases.
        • Soil: Ruellia Simplex Trio prefers well-draining soil. Amending your garden bed with organic matter can improve soil structure and fertility.
        • Repotting: If you're growing your Ruellia Simplex Trio in containers, consider repotting every 2-3 years to refresh the soil and provide more room for growth.
        • Winter Care: In colder climates, protect your plants from frost and cold temperatures. You can overwinter them indoors or cover them with frost blankets when frost is expected.
        • Wildlife: These plants are attractive to bees and butterflies, making them a great addition to pollinator-friendly gardens.
        • Enjoy the Variety: Appreciate the diverse colors of your Ruellia Simplex Trio – pink, white, and blue. Their vibrant blooms add character to your garden.

        Product Description

        Product Features

        Common Features:

        • Maintenance: Low maintenance plants suitable for both beginners and experienced gardeners.
        • Aesthetic: All three plants have attractive foliage and can be grown indoors or outdoors.
        • Medicinal Value: Each plant offers unique medicinal benefits and is a valuable addition to any medicinal herb garden.
        • Aromatic: Rama Tulsi and Curry Leaves have aromatic leaves that add fragrance to your garden or kitchen.
        • Versatile: Aloe Vera is versatile, with applications in skincare, haircare, and minor wound healing.

        Dimensions & Specifications

        Rama Tulsi (Ocimum sanctum):

        • Plant Type: Perennial herb
        • Height (Average): 18 to 24 inches
        • Leaves: Bright green, aromatic
        • Medicinal Benefits: Known for its antioxidant and adaptogenic properties. Used in traditional medicine for various health issues.
        • Culinary Use: Leaves are used in herbal teas and cooking.
        • Light Requirement: Full sunlight.
        • Watering: Keep the soil consistently moist but not waterlogged.
        • Temperature Range: Thrives in temperatures between 70°F to 95°F (21°C to 35°C).

        Curry Leaves (Murraya koenigii):

        • Plant Type: Small to medium-sized tree or shrub
        • Height (Average): 6 to 15 feet
        • Leaves: Dark green, aromatic, pinnate
        • Medicinal Benefits: Rich in antioxidants and believed to have various health benefits, including aiding digestion.
        • Culinary Use: Leaves are a staple in Indian cuisine, used for seasoning.
        • Light Requirement: Full sunlight to partial shade.
        • Watering: Keep the soil consistently moist but not waterlogged.
        • Temperature Range: Prefers warm temperatures above 50°F (10°C).

        Aloe Vera (Aloe barbadensis miller):

        • Plant Type: Succulent
        • Height (Average): 12 to 24 inches
        • Leaves: Thick, fleshy, with gel-filled interior
        • Medicinal Benefits: Known for its soothing and healing properties, often used for skin and hair care.
        • Culinary Use: Gel extracted from leaves is sometimes used in smoothies and beverages.
        • Light Requirement: Bright, indirect sunlight.
        • Watering: Allow the soil to dry between watering; overwatering can lead to root rot.
        • Temperature Range: Prefers temperatures between 59°F to 77°F (15°C to 25°C).

        What's Included

        • Healthy & robust Rama Tulsi, Curry Leaves and Aloe Vera in nursery bag of upto 5-8 inches in height ( 8-12 inch including Nursery Bag).
        • Free Delivery - PAN India
        • GST Included
        • The mentioned specifications are indicative only. Actual dimensions may vary by +-10%

        Shipping & Returns

        • Delivery Period: This product is shipped using our trusted courier partners, and the delivery period is approximately 7 days, depending on the delivery location.
        • Timing of Delivery: Please note that your gift may be delivered prior to or after the requested date of delivery, if any. Different ordered items may be delivered through various delivery partners.
        • Non-Delivery Days: Our delivery partners do not operate on Sundays and National Holidays.
        • Delivery Confirmation: Our delivery partners do not call prior to delivering an order. We recommend providing an address where someone will be present to receive the package.
        • Address Change: Kindly note that the delivery cannot be redirected to any other address after the order has been dispatched.
        • Order Tracking: Once your order is dispatched from our warehouse, you will receive a tracking number to trace your delivery.
        • Plant Care: For live plants, we advise providing water as soon as the plant arrives, as it may get dehydrated during transit. Place the plant in indirect sunlight, and it will gradually regain vitality.
        • Repotting Instructions: After the plant has fully recovered, consider repotting it in nutrient-rich soil, either in its current pot or a new one. Ensure the chosen pot has proper drainage holes to prevent waterlogging.
        • Return Policy: Please note that return of live plants is not allowed. If you have any concerns, kindly share an opening video of package and pictures for consideration of a replacement claim.

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