Our offered Coriander Leaves (Hara Dhaniya) is a fragrant mix of parsley and citrus. The leaves are rather like those of flat-leaved parsley, but darker. The leaves have a very distinctive bitter-sweet taste. Cilantro it is usually added toward the end of cooking to preserve the fresh aroma. Also it is frequently used as a garnish. The seed of the cilantro is known as coriander.
Curry leaf requires moderately moist soil. Curry leaf care is quite straight forward and even suitable for a beginner.
Mint leaves are tender herbs with gentle stems and have a distinct pleasant aroma, pleasing taste, cool after-sensation and medicinal qualities.
They are best used raw or added at the end of cooking in order to maintain their delicate flavour and texture.
Gongura looks like Spinach in younger age, this plant brings red strips on its leaves. This plant can even thrive in poor quality soil and drainage.
Agathi Keerai adds taste and is a spice loved by the people. This product acts as a very good soothing agent used in dahi and in various food items. Offered range is available in hygienic packaging and has a long shelf life.
Banking on the skills of our qualified team of professionals, we are involved in providing supreme quality products. Our products are widely appreciated for their best quality at reasonable cost.
Manathakkali is a wonder plant and has many nutritional and health benefits but the sad part is nowadays children and adults do not recognize this plant which grows in abundance and does not require much of water and soil fertility. These berries have been seen to work wonders with people who are suffering form ulcers either in the stomach or in the mouth and the pain is reduced immensel and slowly the ulcer gets healed.It is difficult to acquire these leaves, raw and ripe berries at all times of the year as they are seasonable
These leaves are sourced by our adroit and experienced workforce from the trusted vendors who cultivate these naturally without using hazardous chemical materials. These are available at reasonable prices in the market.
Start with a mixture of agro peat, organic manure and soil in 20:20:60 ratio. Agro peat helps to increase water holding capacity of growing medium and also in easy penetration of roots. If good quality agro peat or manure is not available, you may use the available soil. Now open the seed packet on a white sheet of paper, to avoid them from falling out. Insert the seeds into the prepared mixture to half inch of depth. Moisten the newly planted seeds only by sprinkling water. It is advisable not to directly pour water over the saplings as the force of water might damage them. Please note that all seedlings require considerable amount of light and warmth to germinate.
As a herbal medicine, the plant has diuretic, cooling, tonic and laxative properties. It has been used for the treatment of dysuria and haemorrhoids.