The tropical weather of India helps plants to thrive with ease, as a result, you can get to see beautiful blooms in the Indian homes all-the-year-round. Indian culture places a great significance on flowers, and that is why most gardens are filled with flowering plants.
Chennai online florist presents some of the common flowering plants you would have noticed in many homes.
Hibiscus can be found in over a hundred different species in various sizes and colours, but the most loved one is the five-lobed petals with a centre stalk. This flowering plant is a common sight in Indian homes. These flowers are often used for religious purposes, but they also have medicinal use. In Ayurveda, the roots of this plant are made into a concoction as a remedy for a cough and hair related problems. The paste of the flowers and leaves can also be used as a shampoo and conditioner.
This is a popular choice for garden shrub mainly due to the reason that it is a profuse yearlong bloomer. It can survive and thrive in any soil type and has creamy white flowers that produce a sweet fragrance. The juice made from the flower of this plant is used for all eye disease and also as a rejuvenator of eyes, and it is the main ingredient in the homemade mascara or kajal.
The jasmine flower is known as the queen of flowers, and for good reason as it produces one of the world’s most exotic fragrance. The plant can be grown in the form of vines or bushes, and some species are even evergreen. The jasmine flower releases its aroma at night after sunset, the soothing scent can help you sleep better at nights and has a refreshing effect in the morning.
Roses are one of the most beautiful and fragrant flowers that are a great addition to your garden. The flowers do not require a lot of care, just put them in a sunny spot that has good drainage with a little manure during the flowing periods, and you are good to go.
Holy Basil / Tulsi
Tulsi also called the queen of herbs, is one of the holiest and the most cherished plant in the Indian homes. Thera is mainly two varieties of Tulsi, the dark or Shyama tulsi and the light or Rama Tulsi. Shyama tulsi is the one that can be found in almost every Hindu home. Tulsi plant has any healing and health-giving properties and has been used in Ayurveda since the ancient times.