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Post.jagran.com/ 18 Jul 2013 Guwahati: In a bid to increase production of fresh vegetables, the Assam government has taken an initiative to promote roof-top vegetable gardening for urban residents. Agriculture Minister Nilamani Sen Deka said that it is the first time that the state government has taken such a scheme. The government will offer some packages to the selected urban citizens of Guwahati and Jorhat initially and later extend it to other urban areas of the state, he said.
This blog is about my experiments with Organic Kitchen Gardening and sometimes about other personal experiences of my life… Please leave a comment about anything that touched you. Comments help to keep t. Quite often I read about fairs and exhibitions in news paper only after the day they have already taken place in Bangalore.
So, there is nothing one can do to attend them. I always wished, the news papers to carry more detailed and prominently displayed information about the upcoming events rather than write reviews about the ones which have already taken place. Specially for events like these which doesn’t involve big names, actors, actresses, cricketers or the rich & famous. Bengali Kitchen Glossary. Coccinia grandis. Coccinia grandis, the ivy gourd, also known as baby watermelon, little gourd, gentleman's toes, kundroo in Hindi, tondli in Marathi, thondekayi in Kannada, dondakaya in Telugu, Kovaykka in Malayalam and Kovaikkai in Tamil or sometimes inaccurately identified as gherkin, is a tropical vine.
It is also known as Cephalandra indica and Coccinia indica. Geographic spread Immature fruits ready for comsumption in India. Coccinia grandis' native range extends from Africa to Asia, including India, the Philippines, China, Indonesia, Malaysia,Myanmar,Thailand, Vietnam, eastern Papua New Guinea, and the Northern Territories, Australia. Unusual Vegetables. Oka. Oca.
(Oxalis tuberosa) Ajwain. Ajwain, ajowan (/ˈædʒəwɒn/) (Urdu: اجوائن ajwan), or carom, Trachyspermum ammi, is an annual herb in the family Apiaceae.
It originated in the eastern Mediterranean, possibly Egypt, and spread up to India from the Near East. Both the leaves and the fruit pods (often mistakenly called seeds) of the plant are consumed by humans. The plant is also called bishop's weed, but this is a common name it shares with some other different plants.
The "seed" (i.e., the fruit pod) is often confused with lovage seed. Description FactsheetDudi.pdf. Seeds from Bangladesh - Naga morris, Kodu, Auri, Dhata, Kerela, Mola... Plantpassion. Astrantia major var. rosea - Plants. How to plant Ranunculus bulbs - planting instructions. Ranunculus summary Ranunculus bulbs planting instructions Well-drained soil Planting Ranunculus bulbs is easy.
Plant your ranunculus bulbs in a location where the soil drains well. If necessary, fine-tune the soil with the addition of organic material, raising the level 2-3 inches to improve drainage. How to plant ranunculus bulbs Dig holes and plant the ranunculus bulbs 2 inches deep and 4-6 inches apart. Location for planting Ranunculus bulbs Ranunculus requires full sun. Ranunculus maintenance instructions. Didiscus caeruleus Seeds £1.98 from Chiltern Seeds - Chiltern Seeds Secure Online Seed Catalogue and Shop. Hardiness: Half Hardy Lifecycle: Annual Suitable for: Summer Bedding, Cut Flowers Colour: Blue Flowers: July, August When to Sow: March, April.
Ways to Use Perennials. Perennials can be used in many different ways in the garden.
Sun-loving ornamental grasses and brightly blooming flowers such as purple coneflower, black-eyed Susan and goldenrod are breath taking in big masses. Shade-loving perennials such as host and ferns can be mixed with smaller trees, flowering shrubs, evergreens, vines and bulbs in a layered garden. Perennials can cover the ground under a tree or hold a slope that is too steep to mow. Davesgarden. First became aware of its edibility via a DG article by Ian Maxwell, originally published in February 2008.
Pachyrhizus erosus. Pachyrhizus erosus, commonly known as jicama (/ˈhɪkəmə/; Spanish jícama [ˈxikama] ; from Nahuatl xīcamatl, /ʃiːˈkamatɬ/), Mexican yam, or Mexican turnip, is the name of a native Mexican vine, although the name most commonly refers to the plant's edible tuberous root. Jícama is a species in the genus Pachyrhizus in the bean family (Fabaceae). Plants in this genus are commonly referred to as yam bean, although the term "yam bean" can be another name for jícama. The other major species of yam beans are also indigenous within the Americas. Flowers, either blue or white, and pods similar to lima beans, are produced on fully developed plants.
Botany My world garden. Alys Fowler: Tree spinach. The best planting combos are almost always accidents and don't let anyone ever tell you otherwise: those happy self-seeders that make it all look so effortless or the plant you forgot that makes a stunning pairing. Thus one of the most pleasing corners in my garden has bronze fennel, the neon-pink of Gladiolus communis subsp. byzantinus, flowering sprouts (a cross between a brussels sprout and kale) and tree spinach, Chenopodium giganteum 'Magenta Spreen'. I had very little hand in the tree spinach, other than I wafted past the very ripe seedheads last autumn and some seed fell off.
This year I have a truly winning combination. The flowering sprouts have a blue-green leaf and a dusky purple midrib and veins. The tree spinach is a brilliant bright green with each new set of leaves blushed a shocking magenta. Chinese Artichoke Tuber (Crosnes) (Stachys affinis) Stachys affinis A rarely seen vegetable that deserves more recognition.The small tubers have a delicious and nutty flavour and a satisfying crunch.Perfect for salads and stir-fry's alike.
Supplied as freshly dug and washed tubers. Available from approximately mid November 2015 We thoroughly recommend this hard to find vegetable that is easily grown.You can eat the tubers either raw in salads, lightly fried in butter or stir-fried in Chinese style dishes where they will make an excellent substitute to water chestnuts. Homegrown Goodness. 5 great survival plants - Survival food plants » Survival food plants. Brassica oleracea alboglabra Chinese Kale PFAF Plant Database. Permaculture Plants: Water Spinach or Kangkong. Produce - Your British Oriental Vegetable Grower. The products section contains links to our vegetable and output per week. Basella alba. Cardiocrinum giganteum - Perennial & Biennial Seeds. Kai-lan. Ipomoea aquatica. FactsheetLemongrass.pdf. Allium fistulosum. Chaya/Tree Spinach/Cnidoscolus aconitifolius. Open Source Seed Intiative. Daubenton’s kale – growing and cooking. Plant Profile for Rumex sanguineus var. sanguineus - Ornamental Sorrel Perennial.
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