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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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#1 – DECIDE WHAT YOU’D LIKE TO GROW IN YOUR HOME GARDEN Rule #1 – If you won’t eat a crop, don’t grow it in your vegetable garden. Focus on the fruits, vegetables or herbs that your family enjoys the most. Make sure your top choices make sense for your area. Figure out your gardening zone and estimated first and last frost dates. If possible, talk to successful gardeners in your area to find out which crops grow well and...
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For many people around the world, the office is like a second home. Now that all of us are working from home, it is important to have a perfect work space that spreads positivity, improves concentration and reduces stress. Luckily, with a few  Indoor plants,  you can achieve all of these in one go. But how do you pick the right plant for your space? Well, we are here to help. There are actually hundreds of different plants that can...
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Summer is here and u can see watermelons everywhere. That’s right it’s the right time to grow your own melons too. Watermelons are a tasty summer fruit that you can grow at home in your backyard or in a pot. All you need are a few simple tools, some space and some patience, and you'll have delicious watermelons of your own in no time. Sow the seeds. Collect seeds from your fruit if don’t have a seed packet with you....
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PRICKING OUT, POTTING UP, AND TRANSPLANTING Why do we do it? We transplant young seedlings to individual containers in order to double or triple our supply of plants. Trays of seedlings can be ‘pricked out’ (teased apart and transferred into their own pots) as soon as they’re large enough to handle. Most vegetable and herb seedlings are easy to prick out as long as you do it while they are young and have fewer than 5 leaves.   Below is a list of...
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 Why kitchen garden, you ask?. There’s absolutely nothing quite like fresh veggies, especially if you grow them yourself, which you can! In this blog, we’ll highlight the basics of kitchen gardening and planning: how to pick the right site for your garden, how to take care of it and how to select which vegetables to grow. PICK THE RIGHT LOCATION Picking a good location for your garden is absolutely the key. A sub-par location can result in sub-par veggies! Here...
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Now that we’ve been ordered to stay home, the surrealness of the global pandemic has set in. While many people are coming together virtually, now is a good time to tend to your houseplants. Does your Dracaena need dusting? Is your Chinese evergreen getting too much sun? Are you watering your plants too much? Or not enough? Below, we offer some ways to cultivate your garden, while helping you stay sane in the process. 1 Start styling with plants You...
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House plants are great at cleaning the air of our homes and offices, but they have the added benefit of helping boost our immune systems as well. House plants can scrub the air of toxins and help improve our overall well-being. Here's a look at some of our favorite immune-boosting house plants. Aloe Vera                                                     Aloe Vera has so many benefits that it is hard to name them all. This plant grows great indoors and can be used in juices,...
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