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Ajwain Plant

Original price was: ₹250.00.Current price is: ₹99.00.

  • Light : Bright indirect sunlight
  • Maintenace: Temperamental
  • Special feature : Air purifying, pet friendly
  • Watering : Water once a week
  • Where to grow : Bright indoors

Availability: 10 in stock

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A cooking staple in India deserves a spot in your garden. Also known as Indian borage or Mexican mint, the leaves can be used as a mouth freshener or dried and used as a spice. A lovely addition to your indoor areas, with lovely leaves that keep your house smelling fresh at all times. Growing your own herbs eliminates the need for pesticides.

Plant Care

Fertilizer/ feed for the plant: The Ajwain plant may thrive in neutral soil, although it favours alkaline soil. Ajwain does not require frequent fertilisation, but it is best to feed it once every two weeks with an all-purpose fertiliser.

Repotting :
Every year or when the plant gets root bound, repot the Ajwain plant. For the same purpose, use a neutral, well-draining soil mix. Ajwain is simple to propagate and grow using softwood cuttings, tip cuttings, and seeds. Growing it from seeds is a little tough, but the other techniques are simple. The Ajwain plant grows rapidly and does not require much attention.

Typical issues


1. Why is the stem of my Ajwain plant weak and drooping?

Overwatering might cause your Ajwain plant’s stem to droop. Water your plant just when the soil is totally dry to avoid overwatering it.

2. Why are the leaves on my Ajwain turning yellow?

The first indicator of overwatering is yellowing leaves. To solve this issue, water your plant less regularly, only when the soil is entirely dry.

3. Why do I have so few leaves on my Ajwain plant?

Long ajwain stems with few leaves are caused by a lack of light. For improved growth, relocate your plant to a brighter location.

Design and Decoration


Light Requirements: The Bishop’s Weed doesn’t want for much in terms of light. He merely needs water and bright sunlight on a regular basis. He is the stereotypical outdoorsy kind.

Locations:Ajwain plants are easy to grow in a variety of locations. They need to be watered and exposed to sunlight on a regular basis. Carom plants grow best on a balcony, terrace, or windowsill.

Styling/D?cor tip: Kitchen gardens are becoming increasingly popular in cities, and the Ajwain plant fits nicely in with whatever size kitchen garden you’ve made on your balcony or patio. Place it on a stand or stool and see how its leaves cascade down. It’s also a fantastic choice for railings and wall planters.

Frequently Asked Questions

What are the side effects of Ajwain?

There are many benefits of Ajwain. However, a rare few people are allergic to Ajwain and to them it could cause rashes, nausea, hives, or headache.

What is the benefit of Ajwain?

Ajwain has many benefits. It is an important herb in the Indian cuisine. A host of health benefits are associated with Carom plant, such as digestive issues and stomach-aches caused by the same.

How to care for Ajwain plant?

The Ajwain plant is easy to grow and care for. It thrives outdoors and requires less water. He is happy in humid areas and alkaline soil. While the plant is tolerant of a little amount of neglect, ensure that you don?t overwater the plant.

What are the common names of Ajwain Plant?

Ajwain Plant is also known as Indian Borage, Mexican Mint, French Thyme, and Cuban Oregano.


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