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7 Reasons To Gift A Plant- Inviting Nature In Our Celebrations

Special days, special memories. We all wish to make our special days last forever. Is there any special way to do it? People tend to celebrate occasions through parties, vacations and some through social work like donating blankets, clothes and blood. I have one of my...

Triveni- The Incredible Environment Purifier ( Mission- 1 lakh)

Triveni-Wondering what the title means? Let’s discover.  “Triveni '' is when neem  (Azadirachta indica), peepal (Ficus religiosa), and bohar (Ficus benghalensis) grow together in a pit. When they reach up to a height of 6-7 feet, they are made to meet...

Air On Sale! Shocked?? You heard that right.

Air On Sale! Shocked?? You heard that right. Once upon a time, there was an era, when Mother Earth, was respected & worshiped as "Dharti Maa'', who nurtured us like her children. Supreme health is what people enjoyed earlier with nature’s boons. But soon, some...

Spread Greenery To Your Small Spaces- Install A Vertical garden 

The Beginning Of The Vertical Garden Concept Vertical gardens tend to take up less space, are easier to harvest and to maintain. Way back in 1938, Professor Stanley Harts White of the university Illinois created a unique concept- the Vegetation Bearing Architectonic...

Worshipping v/s Polluting Sacred Trees

Hello there, I am Peepal (the sacred fig). I would like to show you a picture of mine. How was it? Adorable, right? I flourish in mother nature's lap. She keeps me alive and makes me able to let you breathe the purest air.  Now, here's another picture of mine....

Spider Plant- The Amazing Air Purifier

Looks of Spider Plant  Spider plant, also known by the names, spider ivy and ribbon plant, is an easy to grow houseplant. Its long and narrow leaves can reach a length measuring upto 20-45 cm and approx. 6-25 millimeters.  These are perennial plants with indefinite...

15 Sacred Trees Native to India- Continued..

I am back with the rest of the sacred trees which I promised you in my last blog of "15 Sacred Trees Native to India".  Sorry for keeping you waiting. Go on now, give a read to all the trees left and add the knowledge to your hat. List of Sacred Trees: 8. Banana (Musa...

Opuntia microdasys- The Bunny Ear Cactus

Opuntia microdasys , a lookalike of cactus is characterized by its green pads. The cactus is a flowering plant species in the cactus family Cactaceae. It forms a dense shrub of 40–60 cm tall but more composed of pad-like stems 6–15 cm long and 4–12 cm broad.In place...

The Lucky Money Plant- Epipremnum aureum

Epipremnum aureum is known by many common names; golden pothos, Ceylon creeper, hunter's robe, ivy arum, house plant, money plant, silver vine, Solomon Islands ivy, marble queen, and taro vine. It stays green even when kept in the dark, so it is also called devil's...

12 Wondrous Benefits of Aloe Vera- The multi-speciality succulent

The Aloe Vera Aloe barbadensis miller commonly called Aloe Vera is a multi-speciality stem less or short- stemmed xerophytic succulent which belongs to family Liliaceae. The leaves are green, fleshy and thick. It is cultivated for agricultural and medicinal uses. It...

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