Fruit plants

Fruit plants

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  • Lettuce Hybrid Seeds

    Lettuce is a cool-season crop that grows well in the spring and in the fall in most regions. Lettuce seedlings will even tolerate a light frost. Temperatures between 45 F and 65 F are ideal.

    Garden lettuce is far superior, in both taste and vitamin A content, to supermarket brands. 

    Because lettuce grows quickly, the best approach is to plant a small amount at a time, staggering your plantings. Find more tips for planting delicious lettuce here.

  • Pumpkin ,Kadu ,Kola Hybrid...

    Pumpkin  the Cultivar of squash plant was cultivated in the North America for the very first time. Then, after witnessing its pulpy quality, this vegetable is hugely grown for commercial reasons and utilized for both the food preparations and recreation process. This product also uses as a decorating object, especially during the Halloween.

  • Spinach ,Palak Hybrid Seeds

    Spinach This super-cold-hardy vegetable is a tender crop that can be planted in very early spring as well as fall and winter. Spinach has similar growing conditions and requirements as lettuce, but it is more versatile in both its nutrition and its ability to be eaten raw or cooked. It is higher in iron, calcium, and vitamins than most cultivated greens, and one of the best sources of vitamins A, B, and C.

  • Bryophyllum Plant

      Bryophyllum Plant Bryophyllum daigremontianum grows from a single unbranched stem 45-90cm (18-35 inch) tall, which carries opposite pairs of fleshy, shiny, lance-shaped leaves that are 10-25cm (4-10 inch) long. The leaves grow at an 8° angle to the stem and are bluish green with purple blotched undersides. The saw-toothed leaf edges curl slightly inward. The tiny plantlets that form in the gaps between the teeth often have tiny aerial roots attached. One leaf can carry as many as 50 such plantlets in a single season. Pink flowers, which bloom only on mature plant, are roughly tubular, 2cm (0.8 inch) long and pendent.

  • Sitaphal Hybrid Plants

    Sita phal

    Custard apple is the fruit of a small, deciduous or semi-evergreen tropical tree, which is commonly found in South East Asia, Africa and India. The fruits are usually heart-shaped or oblong and maybe that is why they are also called Bull's Heart. 

    The fruits are picked before they are ripe. When ripe, the fruit is yellow or brown. The flesh is usually white and creamy with a sugary taste, but there are also varieties with bright red, purplish red or pinkish flesh. The flavour is sweet and pleasant, and has a grainy mouth-feel. The oval-shaped, black and shiny seeds of the fruit are inedible.