What Makes it Unique?
- Tulsi is a herb with traditional values
- Holy basil or tulsi plant has medicinal properties
- The plant purifies the air
- Tulsi has attractive green or purple color flowers
- It tastes good and provides stimulation to the body
- Tulsi flowers are small compact clusters or cylindrical spikes
How to Care?
- Keep tulsi plants outdoor in the natural bright sunlight.
- Protect it from direct harsh sunlight as it may damage the foliage
- Keep the soil fertile, well-drained, and rich in organic content.
- Water when topsoil feels dry to touch (1-2 inches)
- Poke a small stick or your finger into the solid to check the moisture
- Water daily in summer and reduce watering in rainy and winter seasons.
- Feed the plant with organic fertilizer monthly during the primary growing season
- Frequently loosen topsoil, leaving roots undisturbed, to ensure the uptake of moisture and nutrients.
- Always re-pot the tulsi plant late evening and keep it in a shady area for about 2-3 days before moving it to suitable climatic conditions.
- Remove infected, damaged, or dead plant parts frequently as required and dispose of them away.
- Spray citrus, neem, or eucalyptus oil for pest/insect attack
- Never over-water the plant, particularly if the pot does not have proper drainage holes.
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