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Green and sustainable product of the season Seed Rakhi is made of naturally dyed, soft indigenous organic cotton yarn and seeds which will eventually turn into a plant. Every year 60 crore people celebrate Raksha Bandhan across the world, but do we ever wonder where does the rakhi ends up after the grand celebration? In the waste, adding to millions of existing tonnes of garbage. Worry not any more, Harith Tharang brings to you ,a rakhi which can be sown and...
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  Harith Tharang store in T Nagar is closed from 18th July to 28th July for sanitisation and maintenance. Providing safe and secure shopping atmosphere for our beloved customers, well wishers , family and friends is our top priority. Our store is now in the hands of our expert house keeping staff who are taking immense effort to get every square inch of space sanitized and sparkling. It is our duty to provide the best and hassle – free experience...
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Gardening is a fine art, and often learning to get it right is a process of trial and error. However, there are top tips and tricks you can learn from professional gardeners – so, whether you want to stop slugs eating your plants, or learn how to keep your soil moist for longer, read on... Coffee, grapefruit, eggshells, tea and beer all fend off snails and slugs If your plants constantly fall victim to garden snails and slugs, these common...
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  Cinnamon powder on seedlings to prevent diseases. Damping off disease is a fungus-based problem that hits small seedlings just as they begin to grow. Cinnamon will help prevent this problem by killing the fungus. It also works with other fungal problems exhibited on older plants, such as slime mold that forms during the winter seasons. ·         Use coffee grounds to keep pests away coffee grounds are actually anti-microbial. When added to your garden soil, they can help stop fungal...
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Vermicompost (vermi-compost, vermiculture) is the product of the decomposition process using various species of worms, usually red wigglers, white worms, and other earthworms, to create a mixture of decomposing vegetable or food waste, bedding materials, and vermicastVermicast is the end-product of the breakdown of organic matter by earthworms. These castings have been shown to contain reduced levels of contaminants and a higher saturation of nutrients than the organic materials before vermicomposting.Vermicompost contains water-soluble nutrients and is an excellent, nutrient-rich organic...
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Many people take pride in their gardens. They are keen green thumbs who enjoy the smell of fresh flowers whilst gardening. But with that comes health benefits. Not only can gardening be an effective form of workout, but it can also benefit your mental health too. Spending time outside can help reduce depression, anger and stress. Now when the times are hard, gardening surely becomes the best source of stress relief. Gardening as a form of exercise can be good...
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5 REASONS ALL OF US SHOULD HAVE SUCCULENT GARDEN 1) Succulents are beautiful, varied and reliable, and can be planted in rock gardens, rustic salvaged containers, topiary crafts and so much more.  the textures are endlessly fascinating and intriguing. Making unique and unusual planters to display them (they have such shallow root systems they don’t require deep containers) makes the best interior decor. This makes them ideal, and fun, to plant in designer pots, DIY pots , thrift store finds...
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Ah, the enduring beauty of flowers! Is there anything more magic? With subtle charms like unusual foliage and fragrant flowers that demand to be admired up close, these yard-enhancing plants are well worth the tending. Here, we've rounded up the absolute best flowering plants and plants to add to your garden this year. You'll find everything from timeless chrysanthemums to the unusual million hearts on our list. Read to know further. Chrysanthemums  sometimes called mums or chrysanths are flowering plants of the genus Chrysanthemum in the family Asteraceae. They are native to East Asia and...
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Today we are a family of 5000 plant lovers on instagram. Words cannot express our happiness on reaching this milestone, and it would have not been possible without all our dear customers, friends and well wishers by our side. We thank all of you for always believing in us, motivating us with your kind words and encouraging us through all the ups and downs during this decade long green journey of ours.  Upon every occasion to celebrate, we at HARITH...
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The ever growing kitchen garden trend is hitting cities across the country with an increasing intensity. If you think that kitchen gardens are only meant for big houses with a large rear-end area, think again. Setting up little farms in pots and tending to them may seem an uphill task for a novice, but it's easy to have green fingers. All your greens need is proper attention, little maintenance and adequate care to get the desired result. There are many...
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