design own landscape|gardening tips|small gardens

MAKE YOUR GARDEN LOOK BEAUTIFUL|DESIGN YOUR OWN LANDSCAPE|GARDENING TIPS|SMALL GARDENS Before developing any garden or landscape, some necessary requirements are needed, such as suitable plants for the garden, perfect soil type, an arrangement of water, paths to come, suitable color combination and some DIY projects. When all of these adjustments in …

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STONE FRUIT: PEACH

PEACHES ARE PROVEN TO REDUCE WEIGHT AND FIGHT OBESITY. Summers are always hot and lazy. Summers can lead to many problems related to skin, stomach, dehydration, and obesity. Peach is a rich and tasty fruit which will help you fight these problems and helps reduce weight. Peach is a popular …

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Kiwi: Chinese Gooseberry

Kiwi:(Chota packet bda dhamaka) Hello, everyone, we hope your summers are going great. Today  Garden Info graph’s family is bringing you a fruit which is familiar to everyone, i.e., “Kiwi”. This is a chota packet bda dhamaka. It is fully loaded with essential minerals and vitamins. Kiwi is a Chinese fruit …

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Mangosteen The Queen of ALL FRUITS

Know about Mangosteen Well, we all know about the King of Fruits, but do you know which fruit is known as the Queen? “Mangosteen,” is an evergreen tree which is originated in Southeast Asia. It is sweet and tangy in taste; it is juicy fruit, and its pulp is like …

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GILOY: A HERB IN AYURVEDA

GILOY: HERB THAT WILL GIVE YOU MORE IN LESS Hello everyone today’s topic on which we will be talking about is “Giloy” also known as “the root of immortality”. Giloy is a very popular herb in ayurveda, it is a Sanskrit word which means ‘Amrit’. It is known for its …

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Custard Apple: Magical Fruit for these summers

Custard Apples Will Keep Your Body Hydrated With changing lifestyle our climatic conditions have also changed a lot. As we are growing summers are also growing with us so is the heat. Not only in India but all over the world temperature has risen a certain limit. There’s a little …

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