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    Dear Prasanna,

    welcome, Nice to know you through gardening thread. You haven't said anything about yourself. Your first itself was a good advice.
    I have not planted methi as yet. Let me try out your method and see.
    All the best
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    Quote Originally Posted by chatkara_tasty View Post
    hi all gardening experts,
    can somebody help me to know that how to grow curry leaves , pudina , tulasi , methi leaves and coriander leaves indoor . does i need seeds for all of them or i need seedlings ? here in china customs doesn't allow to bring seedlings and we don't get all above except coriander . so i am planning to grow them indoor .plss help me .

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    dear,
    my name is sarwani,i'm a new member. i can understand ur problem.here i should give u some tips, :you should seedling all these plants in indoor.nexttime whenever u should come to india u can take all these seeds with u .i don't know if the customes dept.should allowed r not.another way is ,u should get all these seeds from indian stores,u may happily seedling them in a pot in ur own garden.sometimes curryleaves seeds are notseedling.(please don't misunderstand me,because i can't speak english fluently)


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    Default Re: indoor vegetebales

    Hi Ladies,
    Those of you are in US I think this is the time to plant some veggies and flower garden..
    this year my curry plant ,jasmines ,gardinias,roses,kankambra are growing like crazy iam so happy about it..also my tamotos and eggplants, bitter guard, ridge guard and bottle guards still little tiny plants in my back yard..enjoying everyday seeing their growth. how is your garden ladies?


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    Default Re: indoor vegetebales

    Hi Tulasi,
    I have got Tulasi and pudina in my small garden, sometimes I grow spring onions and methi leaves.
    wishes
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    Default Re: indoor vegetebales

    hey Latha,
    Thats nice, even i grow pudinna and methi, pudina grew like weed in my back yard also i like it because you need not do any maintance as well as it survive's in all the weathers..




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    Default Re: indoor vegetebales

    Dear all,
    I planted Pudina day before in pot. I planted the thick stalks after removing the leaves for use. its been two days now &i watered them minimal.Two to three stalks withered away, i gues they were tender ones.Lets see if im successful...

    1.Can you please let me know if i can grow curry leaves in a medium sized pot? do we need a big one?

    2.Can i plant Samandhi (crysanthemum) in pots? If yes, what is the best time to grow them and how to take care of the plant?

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    Default Re: indoor vegetebales

    hi to everybody,
    i have a Q about venthaya keerai. i put fenugreek in a pot 1 week back & it growing well now .How many days after i can use this keerai to cook? pls some one give me answer.thanks.
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    Default Re: indoor vegetebales

    Quote Originally Posted by kavithai View Post
    hi to everybody,
    i have a Q about venthaya keerai. i put fenugreek in a pot 1 week back & it growing well now .How many days after i can use this keerai to cook? pls some one give me answer.thanks.
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    Hi kavi,

    Dont allow them to grow too tall just 3-5inches.just cut out the roots. wash, chop and use. if u leave them for more time..they tend to dry....





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    Quote Originally Posted by Tulasi View Post
    Hi Ladies,
    Those of you are in US I think this is the time to plant some veggies and flower garden..
    this year my curry plant ,jasmines ,gardinias,roses,kankambra are growing like crazy iam so happy about it..also my tamotos and eggplants, bitter guard, ridge guard and bottle guards still little tiny plants in my back yard..enjoying everyday seeing their growth. how is your garden ladies?
    Tulasi, so happy to know all your plants are growing so well. I can understand the satisfaction and pleasure you must have got seeing them standing tall and healthy... Happy planting..


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    Default Re: Spinach also

    Quote Originally Posted by Eljaype View Post
    Dear Heena,

    Try out with palak (spinach) also. Just plant the thicker stems when you buy them fresh. Remove the leaves with a scissors carefully and then plant them. I have seen palak grow nivcely from the cuttings.
    Latha

    I will try growing palak with thicker stems. Here, we do not get good seeds. Thats a great idea, I hit the post a bit late. Just made alu palak yesterday and there were so many thick stems... I will try.

    Can we grow Methi with Methi Dana. Can anybody help me...


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