Oak Leaf Fern (Drynaria) : These strikingly beautiful indoor fern is ideal for spaces under skylights or porches. This dazzler is potted in a white ribbed terracota pot, specially chosen to highlight the ribs of its leaves.
Light: Medium amount but consistent light is needed, but you must always avoid direct sun. North or east facing balconies/ windows should bring about the magic.
Water: Keep the plant constantly moist. Water everyday in all seasons.
Humidity: Loves humidity in the air. Mist the plants regularly. Misting also helps in reducing the dust that tends to get collected on the large span of their leaves.
Feeding: A weak all purpose feed once every 2 weeks is necessary for glossy and bright leaves.
Repotting: This fern grows profusely if well cared for. So you can repot them every year during spring till it attains its full growth. After this phase, repotting once in 2 years is sufficient.
Propagation: is mostly through spores that are produced under the leaves and is a time-consuming feat … best to buy new plants or divide old ones than try to propagate.
Green tips: These plants have naturally glossy leaves and all you have to get them back to be glossy, is put them under a shower. A good bath has never hurt anyone, has it?
Scientific name: Brassica oleracea
GERMINATION RATE : 85%
Number of red russian kale Seeds /pkt : 30
Type of seed : Premium Heirloom Seeds
Sunlight : Full, Part shade
Life-cycle : Annual
Number of Italian Broad leaf basil Seeds /pkt : 100
Scientific name: Ocimum basilicum
GERMINATION RATE : 70.00%
Type of seed : Hybrid
Sunlight : Full, Part Sunlight
Life-cycle : Annual
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Plant these popular herbs in your garden and enjoy some fresh-from-the-earth taste at your dinner table.
Growing herbs at home is a fun, money-saving hobby that also happens to be good for your health. In addition to flavoring up your favorite dishes, herbs are filled with antioxidants and essential nutrients
When you grow your own herbs you can use what you need at the moment by harvesting small amounts, fresh from the plant.