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Eucalyptus Plants | Is Waste of Time?

Eucalyptus Plants

Eucalyptus Plants is most often used as an ornamental and it makes a stunning indoor plant. Many crafters enjoy incorporating the dried leaves in their creations as well. 

It is this plant just to have as an indoor plant or it has some benefits?Check out the complete blog to know.

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Medicine Benefits of eucalyptus Plants 

  • Make an Herbal Chest Rub – Make an herbal salve and use eucalyptus as the herb while adding a little less beeswax than normal.
  • Make An Herbal Infusion – It is very similar to a cup of tea without the tea leaves and you do need to wait until the infusion has cooled completely. Simply add a few eucalyptus leaves and drink. Add a little sweetener or other herbs to improve the taste if you like. An infusion of eucalyptus leaves can also be used as a soothing skin antiseptic.
  • Make Your Own Herbal Cough Drops –  The process is similar to making lollipops (without the stick), but you will use your herbal infusion as the flavoring. Pour the liquid candy into a baking sheet and cut it into squares before it hardens completely.
  • Make a Steam Inhalation – Simply inhaling steam infused with eucalyptus can bring relief from nasal congestion and other cold symptoms. You can also add eucalyptus essential oil to your aromatherapy diffuser and run it while you sleep.

Please note this document has not been medically reviewed. Consult your doctor or herbalist prior to using and with any questions you may have.

Ayurvedic Plants You Should Grow in Garden

Ayurvedic Plants 

Ayurvedic science is based on the natural ways to create medicine. there are many plants that are helpful as medicine. These are the best Ayurvedic plants you should have in your garden.

I bet you might have at least two of these plants in your garden. If you have more than two please let me know in the comment section.

Tulsi Plant 

Holy basil helps kill bacteria and infections, so it’s a great natural home remedy for acne and other skin irritations. Holy basil is believed to benefit the skin and help to treat skin infections both internally and externally.

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This is best anti-bacterical plant to grow in your garden because it is easy to grow. Neem plant has been used as Ayurvedic plant in india from long ago.It is used as teeth cleaner and bath shop supplement.

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Lemon Grass

Lemongrass has been reported to have innumerable therapeutic and other health benefits.

  • It alleviates respiratory conditions including laryngitis and sore throats
  • Its anti-pyretic property reduces high fevers.
  • It is useful for all types of pain including abdominal pain, headaches, joint pains, muscle pains, digestive tract spasms, muscle cramps, stomachache and others
  • Lemongrass inhibits bacteria and yeast growth.
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Roselle or Hibiscus Sabdariffa | Information

Roselle or Hibiscus Sabdariffa is a very interesting plant to grow. Categorized as an herbal medicine by boiling its fresh calyx (making syrup or jam) or dried it to make tea it’s been said can lower blood pressure, strengthen the immune system, reduce fever, clear phlegm and many more.

Roselle is really easy to plant, the flower will start blooming after 60 days from sowing its seeds. Then after 80 days, the calyx can be a harvest. From one roselle tree, it can be harvested up to 6 times.

I started plant roselle with two varieties in my garden, harvested it, sun-dried it and sell to those who loved it but don’t have enough space to plant it. 
I really hope that I can expand my garden and grow more organic Roselle to meet the supply throughout my country.

Roselle is hardy in zones 8-11, but if given a long and warm growing season, it can be grown and harvested like an annual in other zones. However, it cannot tolerate frost and requires a lot of moisture to grow happily.

Roselle is native from India to Malaysia, where it is commonly cultivated, and must have been carried at an early date to Africa. It has been widely distributed in the Tropics and Subtropics of both hemispheres, and in many areas of the West Indies and Central America has become naturalized.

Butterfly Blue Pea | How I Grow in my Garden

Butterfly Blue Pea | How I grow it in my Garden

I start planting Butterfly Blue Pea in my father’s front yard house 4 years ago. I read many times that this plant has medicinal value like any other herbs. It’s been said by old folks the flowers can treat red eyes and many more.
Since I love natural remedies, I like to learn about the benefit of some herbs and decided to search others herbs to add to my collection when I moved into our own house 2 years ago. Along with the herbs, I also plant vegetables and flowers too.

It is crucial to have our own kitchen garden which is organically grown since it’s hard to get the supply from the local farmers market. There is no organic section and we had to ask if the vegetables and fruit are free of pesticide. The nearest town which sells organic stuff was an hour from our house.

The Butterfly Pea Flower or Bunga Telang we called in Malay has its popular dish named Nasi Kerabu. It is a Malay rice dish and it served with Uam (raw salad), herb, salted eggs, spicy sambal sauce and fried fish or chicken which prepared separately from scratch.

Other than Nasi Kerabu, Butterfly Blue Pea Flower was used in various foods and drinks such as Onde-onde, the traditional Malay dessert, blue porridge, cookies, cakes or even ice cream. As for me, I loved to make it flower tea with mint and when we add lemon it will change color to purple. I also blend the flower essence with coconut milk, it’s so tasty and creamy that became my children’s favorite.

Butterfly Blue Pea Flowers really easy to grow. After two weeks sowing, the seeds will be germinated. It is a durable plant which loves both sunny or even rainy days. It makes beautiful and abundance blue flower in your garden especially if you let it grow on your fence.

Extinct Plants | 5 Beautiful Plants that does not Exist in 2018

Extinct Plans That does not exist now 

Yes ! Global warming is increasing and trees and plants are extincting from the earth. There are some of the plant that Extinct and we can only see them in photos. This is the list of 5 Extinct plants that you will never see in your life.

These plants now exist in the Books only.


1. stanhope tree

The Sigillaria tree is one you would probably find strange today. It’s a tree that doesn’t reproduce via seeds, like today’s deciduous and coniferous trees do.

It was a spore-bearing, tree-like plant that flourished in the late Carboniferous period.

Araucarioxylon Arizonicum

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The tree was truly remarkable. It had an enormous trunk and is sometimes called “rainbow wood” because of the wide variety of colors that fossilized parts of the tree can provide.

Red and yellow colors are caused by iron oxide. Some trees may look purple due to fine spherules of hematite found in the quartz matrix.

Wood’s cycad

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Wood’s Cycad is endemic to the oNgoye Forest of KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa. Only a cluster of four specimens was ever found (1895), and that number fell to a single three meter high tree in 1916. It was that year the the tree was removed and sent to the Government Botanist in Pretoria, where it later did in 1964.

All remaining specimens of the tree are clones of this final trunk. Unless a female specimen is found, it will never naturally reproduce again. It has, however, successfully been hybridized with Encephalartos natalensis.

What is Bonsai Tree | Tips and Information

What is Bonsai Tree

Bonsai tree Is really popular art in gardening. Gardeners are crazy about creating a beautiful bonsai Tree. But do you know what is bonsai tree?

Gardener work on their bonsai tree for years. Creating a bonsai tree is an art it take patience and dedication for creating bonsai tree with vase.

Bonsai tree is an art originated from Japan but it is getting popular over the world.

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The Japanese loanword “bonsai” has become an umbrella term in English, attached to many forms of potted or other plants,and also on occasion to other living and non-living things (e.g., Bonsai kitten).

According to Stephen Orr in The New York Times, “the term should be reserved for plants that are grown in shallow containers following the precise tenets of bonsai pruning and training, resulting in an artful miniature replica of a full-grown tree in nature.” 

In the most restrictive sense, “bonsai” refers to miniaturized, container-grown trees adhering to Japanese tradition and principles.

Low Maintenance Balcony Plants | Easy to Grow

Low Maintenance Balcony Plants

In this fast moving world it is hard to maintain the garden because it take so much time to maintain plants. Plants are demanding and they need maintenance.We have created this list of low maintenance balcony plants.

These plants are easy to grow and they can grow more easily and required less water and time dedication.

This blog post is dedicated to the all the working and busy gardeners.Enjoy!

Year around Flowers | Colorful Garden all year

 Year around flowers that will make your garden colorful all year

You feel good when you see your gardening in spring season when your garden is filled with beautiful flowers, But you feel bad when in summer you have no flower in your garden. We are here to help you with the list of year around flowers.

Have these year around flowers to make your garden beautiful.

Sweet Pea (Lathyrus odoratus)

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Cultivated sweet peas go back at least 300 years. In their native Sicily, these ornamental peas have weak stems and an intense orange-jasmine-honey scent. Modern hybrids are stronger-stalked and have larger blooms.

Cinderella’ Stock

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Cinderella Series are grown as annuals or biennials to 25cm in height, with oblong, greyish leaves and dense panicles of sweetly scented double flowers in shades of purple, mauve, pink or white, in late spring and summer

Cornflower ‘Classic Fantastic’

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Cornflowers produce a mass of a beautiful cobalt blue flowers that add colour to vegetable gardens once summer has arrived. In addition they ‘do their bit’ by drawing in diverse beneficial insects like pollinating bees, as well as ladybugs, lacewings and hoverflies whose larvae feed on aphids.

Angelface Blue angelonia 

Pretty purple flowers blanket plants all summer long. This annual stages a strong flower show and makes few demands in return. Plant in spring or summer. Fertilize plants in pots and trim plants after flowering to encourage more blooms and bushiness.

Most Fragrant flowers in india

Most Fragrant flowers in india to have in your Garden

In india we have special place for flowers. we use flowers in every happy or good event at home or festival. So we have created a list of most fragrant flowers in india.

Flowers are used in wedding and Pooja etc. but what are some of the best fragrant flowers to have in your garden!

Mostly used flowers as fragrant are rose, mogra, lily and jasmine in india.

List of the Fragrant flowering india |Easy to grow

This list is not the ranking of the fragrant in order it is just a list of the flowers that has good fragrant and you can grow these in the india.

Scented Primrose

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Grows widely in Europe, primrose comes in colorful flowers with beautiful foliage and emanates mild fruity aroma. They herald the arrival of spring especially in the evening time, when the breeze sweeps through them.

Mock Orange

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They are named “mock-orange” in reference to their flowers, which in wild species look somewhat similar to those of oranges and lemons (Citrus) at first glance, and smell of orange flowers and jasmine (Jasminum).

But Philadelphus is a basalasterid, not closely related to Jasminum (advanced asterids), and among the eudicots quite distant from Citrus (advanced rosids). 

Sampaguita or Jasminum Sambac

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It is the national flower of Philippines, also called as Arabian Jasmine & mogra. It is native to South-East Asia, blooms in hot summer.


Daphne Al

With its alluring fragrance this flower is a favorite of perfume industry. Also called as ‘jinchoge’ in Japanese, it is native to Korea and Japan. Not many gardeners grow Daphne because the care it needs. 


honeysuckle flowers Lonicera Japonica

It comes in many varieties that thrive everywhere, a very popular flower among those who love fragrant plants. Honeysuckle vine can reach a good height (upto 40 feet), loves warm environment.


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No such lists are possible without fragrant roses. Loveliest of all the flowers and popular, everyone who loves scent, should grow them.

Rudraksha Benefits | A Gem from Lord Shiva

Rudraksha Benefits and Information on Rudraksha plants

Rudrakasha beads have several amazing powers due to their electromagnetic character. This Electromagnetic character empowers the bead to cure the human body medically as well as spiritually. So let’s see more rudraksha benefits in this blog post.

In india rudraksha is considered as very is used in necklace for men and women to protect them self from bad happening.

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These are the following benefits of rudraksha seeds

  1. Rudraksha is considered as incarnation of Bhagwan Shiva. The person who wears Rudraksha possess always good health, is respected by all and is capable of attracting everybody & any body.
  2. The Rudraksha is a very important and mystical bead of Hindu Mythology & Meditation & Rishi Cult.
  3. This Seeds has a high profile in Tantrism and spiritualism specially Nara gosha & Graha dosha.
  4. It is worshipped as a source of good luck, good health, prosperity, medical values, success, financial gains and for eradication of evil forces.
  5. Faceless Rudraksha ( Nirankara) is most powerful.
  6. One chaturmukha ( 4 faces) Rudraksha and one shanmukha (6 faces)
  7. Rudraksha tied together with copper wire and wearing with red thread as a (talisman) shiva shakti locket will improve the attentiveness, memory growth, interest in studies, etc., Boon for studies and aged, pandits, astrologers, leaders, etc.
  8. For the bite of a Scorpion or other such creatures panchamukhi Rudraksha can be rubbed on a grind stone with the juice of a lemon and the paste applied on the affected spot. Pain will subside.
  9. Those who takes the bath by keeping 9 (nine) Rudrakshas in water will get benefits equally to Ganga Jal Bathing and energy gaining.
  10. Rudraksha can be worn by any person without the consideration of nation, religion, caste, sex, with full confidence to get desired benefits in mandalam (40 days).One should wear the malas at all times except sex time, going to burial grounds and ladies should not wear during menstrual periods. It is also helps for longevity and avoids untimely death.
  11. One can wear first time Rudraksha on any Monday, maa shivarathri, maha shivarathri, sun or moon eclipse and sankranthi days, amavasya, poornima, etc.
  12. Rudraksha mala with 108 beads is purnamala, with 54 beads ARDHAMALA with 27 beads NAKSHATRA MALA, mala with 21 mukhis of Rudraksha is known as INDRA MALA which is very rare one.
  13. At the time of wearing Rudraksha mala it can be of honey or other colour but during the course of time all malas will become black and hard due to the contact of fat containing sweat and yogaagni of the human body.
  14. In various countries of the world people belongs to different religions are making their children to wear Rudraksha like Talisman for the health protection and planetary problems and for higher education.
  15. Rudrakshamala is the best mala to wear and for japa for perfect health than any other malas, Nepali Rudraksha mala is the best and powerful.
  16. Rudraksha malas got characteristics of gold, copper & electro magnetic power, which is energized by cosmic rays and transmit in to human body for perfect health due to its good conductor properties.
  17. Natural Rudraksha will have seeded pockets inside the Rudraksha equalent to the number of mukhas (ferrows) are seen as on the face of Rudraksha.
  18. Bhagwan shiva’s pooja is incomplete without
    1. Rudraksha
    2. vibhuti
    3. Bilwa
  19. shakti Rudraksha can be saved from cracking or any other type of damage by keeping in olive oil or mustard oil for 3 hours as a preventive once only. Then taken out wipe of oil clearly and use.
    Rudrakshas when kept in pooja they should be rested on bottom side. Panchmikhi minimum 9 beads.
  20. Rudraksha are available in 5mm to 12 mm size. By various researchers it is found for wearing small Rudraksha malas and for japa and puja big size Rudraksha are beneficial and easy to use.
    Any one by looking at Rudraksha of Rudraksha malas, like thrantaka in yoga, touching in japa or wearing like mala etc. will get full benefits regularly.
  21. Rudraksha is a herbal diamond hence on mala shivarathri day Rudrakshas prepared like rakhi and potentised with mantra siddhi is tied on right hand wrist near jeeva nadi.The prana shakti will be activated and fully circulated to the all parts of body and all impurities in the body are cleaned.
  22. At the time of first time wearing the Rudraksha to get the full benefits. In the morning before 9 am and before the shiva photo on shivalinga chant 108 times OM NAMAH SHIVAHYA or Maha Mrutyunjaya Mantram, then touch the RUDRAKSHA or mala to shiva photo or linga and then wear get desired benefits positively.
  23. Rudraksha mala japam with the pointing finger is for Shatru Nashanam with middle finger for dhana prapthi, with ring finger peace of mind, with little finger for beauty care. This is experimented and experienced.
  24. when Rudraksha is boiled keeping in the milk, it will be effective for only one time. Hence for using 40 days treatment with same Rudraksha,we have to keep Rudrakshas in hot milk and take out when it is cooled. Like this you should do for 40 days.
  25. to prepare Rudraksha medicated water for the treatment of chronic diseases. Rudrakshas should be kept in night times in one cup of water for nearly six hours and early in the morning after taking Rudrakshas from water, medicated water can be 20 minutes. After 40 days these Rudrakshas are not useful for medicinal purposes.
  26. generally Rudrakshas either kept unused or by not wearing they will loose their medicinal utility after three years as their will be no interaction of energy.
  27. after wearing the Rudraksha the fat in the human body, sweat, external dust, etc, will close the fine pores of Rudraksha, and the Rudrakshas medicinal inter-action with the human body is disturbed. Hence clean the Rudraksha / malas once in six months keeping in soap-nut (Reetha) water for ½ hour and clean it with new tooth brush and wear again for desired benefits it is like recharging.
  28. It is observed among the lakhs of Rudraksha s NO TWO RUDRAKSHAS are of similar shape, colour, etc. By wearing Rudraksha kundalini jagrithi will be fast and easy, some people wear Rudraksha on ear lobes, gullet place at the throat and the fore head touching the Agna Chakra etc., on chest in common.
  29. It is advised one should have separate mala for wearing and separate mala for japam and one must not use the Rudraksha used by others.
    Big sized 54 Rudrakshas with nylon thread may be prepared as Dwarabandana and tied on the top of inside the main door. This will cure some vasthu doshas, drusti doshas and nara gosha.
    in pooja, drawing room, photograph of gods and important personalities may be decorated with Rudraksha malas. By this there will be cosmic radiation activity in the room and by the way of thrataka when we look at photo our eyes will be benefited. This removes vasthu dosha too.
  30. People who suffer with undesired irritability, anger and anxiety, mental illness. Just a day or two before full- moon or no-moon days will get 90% cure by wearing Rudraksha mala in a prescribed way.
    it is seen in various reputed ashrams, mandirs Rudraksha malas of many decades old are with the peetadhipathis which are given to them as a symbol of authority from their gurus along with giving the charge of ashrams.
  31. Rudraksha dharana by swamyji is a must & essential and symbol of authority to run the ashram.
  32. In rudraksha satyavani (dowsing)- bhavishya vani forms cosmo electro magnetic field and radiation comes out after teletherapy message. Rudraksha pendulum gets the movement. The directions of movements is helpful for prediction & disease diagnosis.