How to grow Chinese orange trees in North India

How to grow Chinese orange trees

Chinese orange trees are the jewel of my garden. They give shade, rest, smiles, compost, keep mosquitoes away, attract sunbirds to nest, the citrus scented flowers save money on room freshners in the verandah and bring in bees, butterflies and

25 March, 2016 | Views: 10656

Badhal Tree in Lucknow, India

badhal fruit india

This Badhal tree inside La Martiniere Girls’ College, Lucknow, stands quietly except in late summer when birds make merry on its bright yellow, sweet fruit.

15 August, 2015 | Views: 56190


Jamun trees in the Indian subcontinent

Jamun trees in the Indian subcontinent

Indians get Jamun as a summer treat. Rs. 5 or 10 for a cone full of Jamun, spiced with salt, is great! Phalsa is another special fruit that shares the season with Jamun. Also mangoes! It is said, one may eat a tummy full of mangoes and easily

09 October, 2009 | Views: 13099



    A lazy gardener's method to have a blooming rooftop garden in January

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