- The plant is prepared in self-watering pots in a home environment with an organic potting mix and slow-release fertilizers
- Free Gift of 100 gm Slow-release fertilizer packet with this plant for healthy and long-lasting life. 10 gm per plant per month, lasts for 10-12 months.
- Very easy to care and the watering requirement is very less, Once a week or when its upper soil gets fully dry.
- Premium self-watering pot, here excess water gets stored in the reservoir below, the roots then absorb water via capillary action and the plants get water as and when required
- Perfect Gift Plant, Perfect for Home, table tops, Study tables, Office tables, drawing rooms, and bedrooms
Betel Plant – Paan Plant -Piper Betel or Paan is known as the most auspicious plant in Indian culture.
Why should we keep the Divine Paan plant at home?
We use Betel Plant – Paan Plant in Puja. This Plant is best suitable for low-light space. It best grows in shade and It is a climber which can easily grow in a 10-inch pot from where it will always be available for daily Puja or prayer. Paan also purifies the surrounding air.
What is the significance of Holy Paan or Betel?
In India and Sri Lanka, a sheaf of Betel Plant leaves is traditionally offered as a mark of respect and auspicious beginnings. Occasions include greeting elders at wedding ceremonies, celebrating the New Year, and offering payment to Ayurvedic physicians and astrologers (to whom money and/or areca nut, placed on top of the sheaf of leaves, are offered in thanks for blessings).
Is Betel Plant a seasonal plant?
No, the Betel Plant is an evergreen perennial. That’s why no need to plant every year. It has glossy heart-shaped leaves. It grows most quickly in the warm temperatures and long days of summer. Betel leaf will need protection from freezing temperatures. It is an extremely attractive and auspicious house plant with large heart-shaped, glossy leaves. It can be well maintained with Indoor Plant Manures.
Sansar Agro – Betel leaf is an important plant in the Ayurvedic tradition. Betel Plant is recommended as a stimulant. Paan is a general health tonic and a breath freshener. Traditionally, it is served after Indian meals to digest curried food. Betel also acts as a mouth freshener. Betel leaf can be wrapped around spices like cardamom, anise, lime paste, or grated coconut. Toothpicks are relatively a new invention but Indians seal the wrapped betel leaf with a clove.