- About Amla
- How To Grow Amla
- Benefits of Amla
- Maintenance Tips
- Shipping Info
Amla is used in traditional Indian subcontinent recipes, in various cuisines and in Ayurveda for its medicinal values. All parts of Amla tree are useful, its leaves, roots, fruits, seeds, bark, and flowers are used to prepare a variety of items like juice, chutney, jam, infusions, lotions, concentrates, herbal teas and other natural concoctions.
Every 3-4 Month
1. Choose a planting location with deep, rich, well-drained loam and full sun exposure.
2. Fertilize twice during the first year, scratching the fertilizer into the ground around each tree's trunk and watering that ground afterward.
3. Water the plants at least once every two weeks during summer.
4. Snip back the tips of your sapling. Doing so forces them to branch out. Allow a few of the strongest branches evenly spaced around the trunk to remain, but remove all weak growth.
5. Pick the fruits after they turn from green to greenish yellow or greenish white, but check the seeds inside one berry before picking all of the berries. Seeds that turned from white to black indicate the fruit is ripe.
1. Prevents Jaundice
2. Improves Eyesight
3. Boosts Immunity
4. Fight Against Heart Disease
1. Plant Amla tree in a location that is less windy and sunny.
2. If the tree starts to produce less fruit, cut it back to about five feet in the spring to rejuvenate it.
1. Once the tree gets established it doesn’t require regular and frequent watering.