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185.00
  • Shipping charge ₹ 90 for entire order
  • Achimenes species are known by many common names such as Magic Flowers, Widow’s Tears, Cupid’s Bowers, and Hot Water Plants.
  • Achimenes are related to the familiar Victorian favorites, African violets, and this variety exhibits similar coloring as some of these gems
  •  The pretty and charming Achimenes peach blossom is a periwinkle rose pink flower perfect for containers or hanging baskets.
  • Achimenes are very attractive pot plants, free flowering and are relatively easy to grow. The Achimenes peach blossom has rose pink flowers with frilly edges.
  • Artificial lighting can be used when natural light is not available.  When planting, use a humus-rich soil such as African violet mix and choose a site that is in an area of bright but indirect lighting.   Avoid direct sunlight.
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195.00
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  • Achimenes mexicana is a beautiful and easy member of the Gesneriad family that grows from curious elongated scaly rhizomes.
  • It has gorgeous blue-purple flowers with a white throat. They are funnel-shaped and the colour is quite hard to capture photographically as in different lights they appear to oscillate between purple-blue and blue-purple.
  •  It should come as no surprise that this variety is a favorite among many for its high bloom count and solid, rich coloring. An excellent partner for white tuberous Begonias, these two create a gloriously contrasting display. Provide these easy growers with protection from the sun and regular water during active growth, and they’ll return the favor with months of bright blooms! Enjoy!
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180.00
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  • This beautiful bloomer is grown mostly as a flowering houseplant in hanging baskets or mixed containers. As relatives of African Violets, Achimenes fancy more moderate conditions than most outdoor settings provide. They grow best in areas with light to partial shade or dappled sun.
  • Choose a spot where your Achimenes will receive light to moderate shade or dappled sun.
  • Select a container with at least one drainage hole and fill it with a good quality, well-draining soil. Almost any commercially available potting mix will do the trick.
  • Dig small holes and nestle the bulbs 3/4”–1” deep and 3”–4” apart. Don’t worry about which side is up, as they will happily grow from any position.
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525.00
  • These beautiful ceramic planters are cute in shape and hand-painted. Each pot is crafted with care
  • WITH DRAINAGE HOLES —— It is baked from high-quality clay with drainage holes, which means it’ll work well in areas that might not get many airflows. To make sure the plants don’t die from absorbing too much water. Perfect for beginners.
  • HOME&OFFICE DECOR —— Our Cute ceramic containers are ideal for displaying a variety of flowers, succulents, cactus, and more. Great for home decor, office, balcony, etc. Bring more pleasure to your lives and relieve your pressure briefly.
  • AN UNUSUAL GIFT—— It’s the perfect gift for your friends and family who loves to garden, enjoy decorating their home. It is unique and fun to use as a gift for birthdays, anniversaries, housewarming celebrations,
  • Dimensions : H – 5 , D-4
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415.00
  • Graptoveria, is a cross between Echeveria and Graptopetalum, two outstanding succulents. Graptoveria ‘Bashful’ is just as delightful with its blushing appeal. Try growing Bashful Graptoveria in combination with other succulents for a vacation-friendly blend of interesting houseplants.
  • Graptoveria ‘Bashful.’ This ground-hugging rosette form is an easy-to-grow, low-maintenance plant that stands in for a flower with its form and color.
  • Water needs only moderate watering when Established Keep in direct sun, water in morning, and water only when soil is fully dry
  • Plant Will Be given with free Plastic Pot
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245.00
  • Shipping charge ₹ 90 for entire order
  • While they’re best known as supremely long-lasting cut flowers, Calla Lilies also make fantastic container and landscape plants! Speckled foliage and gorgeous blooms add a touch of elegance wherever they go, and despite their graceful appearance, they’re remarkably easy to grow!
  • calla lily is a favored for its beautiful, showy flowers Height ranges from 3 feet.
  • For container planting, select a container with adequate drainage holes and fill it with good quality, well-draining soil. Almost any commercially available potting mix will do the trick.
  • For outdoor landscape planting, select a spot with well-drained soil where your Calla Lilies will receive filtered light or moderate shade.
  • Dig holes and plant the tubers shallowly (no more than 4” deep) with the eyes facing upwards and the tops barely covered with soil or even slightly exposed.
  • Water thoroughly after planting, gently soaking the soil to settle it around the tubers.
  • Calla Lily Tips & Tricks

    • Snip a few flowers for bouquets or other cut arrangements while in bloom. Doing so will not hurt your plants and having graceful, long-lasting blooms to bring indoors is one of the best reasons to grow Callas.
    • Expect roots and top sprouts to form in the fall in warmer regions, with flowers emerging in the spring and summer.
    • Amend poorly draining soil with organic material to raise the level 2–3″ and improve drainage as Callas will not thrive in waterlogged soil. Compost, finely ground bark, or composted manure all work a charm and are widely available.
    • Examine your tubers and discern where the growing points, or “eyes,” are located. They should be planted with the eyes facing upwards.

 

 

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290.00
  • Also known as flapjack paddle plant. this succulent kalanchoe plant has with thick, rounded, paddle-shaped leaves.
  • The plant is also known as Red pancake because the leaves frequently take on a reddish or deep pink tint during the winter.
  • Water needs only moderate watering when established Keep in direct sun, water in morning, and water only when soil is fully dry
  • When watering indoor plants, allow the pot to drain completely before replacing the plant on its drainage saucer. Never over water, as kalanchoe, like all succulents, is prone to rot in soggy soil.
  • Plant will be given With Free Plastic Pot
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475.00
  • Aeonium Garnet is a hybrid created by Jack Catlin by crossing Aeonium Schwarzkopf and Aeonium tabuliforme.
  • This plant works well in containers, alone, or combined with other succulents.
  • The leaves of Aeoniums are typically rounded and arranged in rosettes around center hubs at the end of stems.
  • Aeoniums are fleshy leaved succulents that grow in a pronounced rosette shape.
  • Plant Will Be Given With Free Plastic Pot
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395.00
  • The Parlour Palm was popular with the Victorians and remains a firm favourite. An elegant plant, easy to look after, with excellent air purifying qualities. They are undemanding in terms of light, water, temperature, humidity and feed, making them perfect for those of us that like low-maintenance room-mates.
  • Chamaedorea elegans has bright green leaves on slender, arching stems. The leaves are pinnate, meaning it has feathered leaflets arranged on either side of the stem. With the Parlour Palm, these leaflets form opposite pairs and there can be as many as 40 leaflets on each leaf. Small yellow flowers appear on mature plants if they have sufficient light. Chamaedorea elegans also has the Latin name Neanthe bella. Its common names are Parlour Palm and Dwarf Mountain Palm.
  • Common Name : Parlor Palm, Neanthe bella palm Botanical Name : Chamaedorea elegans
  • Among all the palm trees, parlor palms are a great place to start for the beginner.
  • Plant Will Be Given With Free Plastic Pot
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