Plants for sale continue to be overpriced

In an indication of the high profit margins of plant sellers especially in goa, the plants continue to be extremely overpriced. many of these plants will be growing in the wild or on the roadside yet plant sellers at exhibitions and elsewhere will charge a very high price for these plants
These plants are usually sold in black polybags, which are extremely inexpensive. If pots were being provided the higher prices could be justified.
For example periwinkle flower plants grow quickly in goa without much attention.
However plantsellers with a movable cart will charge Rs 25 for each plant
If the plant is being sold at a plant exhibition the price will increase to Rs 50 per periwinkle plant
Most people do not mind paying more for exotic plants, paying for easy to grow plants is a waste of time and money
Till a retailer prices the plants reasonably

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Coleus, Indian borage plants, leaves available

Having a kitchen garden is always an advantage for people living alone, senior citizens who find it difficult to leave their home due to health problems. They can grow some plants in their garden and get fresh vegetables for eating. One of the easiest plant to grow in India remains the Indian borage, coleus, Pan ova (in Marathi) and ajwain patta (in Hindi) , Latin name : coleus aromaticus. The plant has succulent leaves which can be used for a wide range of preparations.
Most indian plants require regular watering and are not suitable for a person who will be travelling often. The indian borage is an exception to the trend and the plant will survive even if it is not watered for a fortnight.
The succulent leaves of the indian borage can be used for making chutney and a variety of other preparations
Leaves and plants of Indian borage are available on request, please send requirement to . Bulk supplies also considered

Jaraamla, Nelanelli – Phyllanthus amarus photos available

Stock photos of Jaraamla,nelanelli, bhuamlika or Phyllanthus amarus are available for gardening, plant related websites at the lowest rate
Photos of plants in different stages of growth available.
Please indicate quantity of photos required.

Photos of other indian tropical plants, flowers and trees available
Ideal for web designers, graphic designers looking for cheap photos which are not used elsewhere

Jaraamla,nelanelli, bhuamlika or Phyllanthus amarus

Jaraamla,nelanelli, bhuamlika or Phyllanthus amarus plants are available in panaji, goa for anyone interested. These plants are some of the easiest plants to grow in the garden, and will multiply rapidly. Most of the other plants for growing in a garden (except different beans) require a lot of care, like chilli plants, tomato plants, most flower plants, in most cases, the seeds will not germinate at all.
For tomato plants, the germination rate for the seeds remain low, the jara amla plant will automatically multiply once a single plant grows in the kitchen garden