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    • Jack Fruit, Kathal, Artocarpus Heterophyllus (Grafted) – Plant - Shop now at Trigart Flower Nursery
      • Maintain the plant in bright, indirect natural light.
      • Check the moisture in the soil by poking it with your finger or a simple little stick.
      • When the top 1-2 inches of soil feel dry to the touch, water.
      • After receiving it, wait at least two weeks before repotting.
    • Mango Tree (Kesar, Grafted) – Plant - Shop now at Trigart Flower Nursery
      • Dig a 12-inch-deep hole in the garden’s sunniest location.
      • Dig a little deeper of a hole if the plant is a little larger.
      • Before planting the tree, prepare the soil by adding fertilisers and plant food.
      • After deeply planting the tree, compact the dirt.
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      Mango Tree (Kesar, Grafted) – Plant

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      699.00
    • Dragon Fruit Cactus Plant - Shop now at Trigart Flower Nursery
      • Dragon fruit is one of the top fruiting plants and is rich in nutrients.
      • Enhances the Immune System.
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      Dragon Fruit Cactus Plant

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      599.00
    • Tamarind, Imli, Tamarindus Indica Plant - Shop now at Trigart Flower Nursery
      • Every other day, hydrate the newly planted seed with a small amount of water.
      • After it grows a few inches above earth, stop watering it. Keep it moist.
      • The seedling will only require watering once a week during the growing season.
      • Throughout the fall, reduce watering gradually, and cease in the winter.
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      Tamarind, Imli, Tamarindus Indica Plant

      Rated 0 out of 5
      349.00
    • Jamun Tree, Syzygium Cumini Plant - Shop now at Trigart Flower Nursery
      • The fruit’s seeds are used to treat ringworm, diarrhoea, and diabetes.
      • The bark has astringent, diuretic, sweet-sour, digestive, and anthelmintic properties.
      • Note: Before applying or consuming plants or plant components, please consult a health professional.
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      Jamun Tree, Syzygium Cumini Plant

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    • Papaya, Papita ( Grown through seeds ) Plant - Shop now at Trigart Flower Nursery
      • This fruit assists in eliminating dead skin cells and digesting inactive proteins because it is a strong source of vitamin A.
      • Papaya’s best quality is its low sodium content, which leads to very little water retention.
      • Simply said, it aids in maintaining the moisture of your skin.
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      Papaya, Papita ( Grown through seeds ) Plant

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      399.00
    • Badam Tree, Indian Almond Tree, Terminalia Catappa Plant - Shop now at Trigart Flower Nursery
      • Leaf extract significantly reduced bone loss and had powerful anti-diabetic effects in ovariectomized rats.
      • Extracts of ethanol leaves exhibited painkilling and anti-inflammatory properties.
    • Pomegranate, Annar, Anar (Grafted) Plant - Shop now at Trigart Flower Nursery
      • Fruit contains potassium, folate, vitamin c, vitamin k, fiber, and protein.
      • Note: Before applying or consuming plants or plant components, please consult a health professional.
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      Pomegranate, Annar, Anar (Grafted) Plant

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      349.00
    • Jack Fruit, Kathal, Artocarpus Heterophyllus ( Grown through seeds ) Plant - Shop now at Trigart Flower Nursery
      • Dead wood must be taken out, and the Jackfruit tree must be thinned, according to Jackfruit care guidelines.
      • Harvesting will be made easier if the Jackfruit is pruned to maintain a height of about 15 feet.
      • Avoid getting the tree roots completely soaked.
      • In the spring, spread the organic fertilizer.
    • Ber Fruit, Ziziphus Mauritiana (Grafted) Plant - Shop now at Trigart Flower Nursery
      • Ber trees would grow into bushy, huge, and unmanageable forms if left to their own devices, but their production per square meter is rather modest.
      • Trees are correctly taught during the first two to three years to create a sturdy framework in order to maintain the plant in a controllable shape and size.
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      Ber Fruit, Ziziphus Mauritiana (Grafted) Plant

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      499.00
    • Litchi Tree (Grown Through Seeds) Plant - Shop now at Trigart Flower Nursery
      • Maintain the plant in bright, indirect natural light.
      • Check the moisture in the soil by poking it with your finger or a simple little stick.
      • When the top 1-2 inches of soil feel dry to the touch, water.
      • After receiving it, wait at least two weeks before re potting.
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      Litchi Tree (Grown Through Seeds) Plant

      Rated 0 out of 5
      549.00
    • Mango Tree (Alphonso, Grafted) Plant - Shop now at Trigart Flower Nursery
      • One of the most well-liked mango varieties.
      • Excellent flavor and a delectable taste.
      • Mango has relatively cheap maintenance expenses.
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      Mango Tree (Alphonso, Grafted) Plant

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      749.00
    • Guava Tree, Amrud, Psidium Guajava Plant - Shop now at Trigart Flower Nursery
      • Fruits are accessible all year long.
      • Even with very little care, yields a crop that is guaranteed.
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      Guava Tree, Amrud, Psidium Guajava Plant

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      399.00
    • Orange Fruit, Santra ( Grafted ) Plant - Shop now at Trigart Flower Nursery
      • There is no rush while selecting calamondins.
      • You may enjoy them on the tree for months because they are durable.
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      Orange Fruit, Santra ( Grafted ) Plant

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      599.00
    • Chikoo, Sapota, Chiku Fruit (Grafted) Plant - Shop now at Trigart Flower Nursery
      • The plant is used as a decoration.
      • Partial to complete shade sunlight.
      • Medium watering Technique.
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      Chikoo, Sapota, Chiku Fruit (Grafted) Plant

      Rated 0 out of 5
      649.00

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    Fruit Plants

    One can’t help but adore a kitchen garden. A small area where you can grow your favourite plants and afterwards harvest the freshest, healthiest fruits and ingredients for your daily meals. However, did you realise that you also have fruit trees in your backyard?

    Let us explain it to you. Your kitchen garden is perfect company for fruit plants. Many fruits, including apples, pomegranates, fig trees, lemon trees, and star fruit trees, can grow anywhere. It only needs a little upkeep, attention, and love.

    In addition to saving money, growing your own fruit plants offers a nutritious substitute for what we may get at the store. It establishes a daily routine and offers a balanced, healthy way of life. They also purify the air and release new oxygen.

    Fruit trees provide fresh air to breathe and home-grown fruits, which helps you and others around you live in a healthy atmosphere.

    Strawberries, blueberries, and a plethora of other plants are just a few examples of the various plants that can thrive in bushes. Depending on how they are arranged, fruit trees can be one of three types:

    • Simple fruit: A single ovary from a single plant, whether it is a fresh or dry plant, produces simple fruit.
    • Multiple fruits: It is created from the accumulation of numerous flowers that grow in a cluster to form multiple fruits.
    • Aggregate fruit: It is made up of tiny drupes that have grown from a single, independent bloom.

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