- About Madhumalti..
- How To Grow Madhumalti..
- Benefits of Madhumalti..
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Rangoon creeper is the most common vine. It is not uncommon to see the creeper rooted only in a small hole in cemented ground, but the vine thriving and climbing high. Clusters of fragrant white pendulous trumpets open white then change to pink, red and finally a deep maroon. A vigorous twining climber blooming profusely throughout summer that can reach as much as 70 feet in tropical climates. This plant needs support for growing and is very useful in covering fences, supports, and walls.
All purpose fertilizer
Every 3-4 Month
1. Add potting soil mixture with soil that is loamy and well draining.
2. Place your plant in full sun (at least 6 hours) in your outdoor area.
3. Water your lant frequently enough to keep the soil moist, but not wet.
4. Apply fertilizer specified for madhumalti, Fertilize once every 2 weeks. Container plants require extra fertilization due to a smaller absorption area.
5. Prune your plant regularly once in a month. Remove all yellowed leaves, and trim back any leggy or sagging branches with pruning shears.
1. Use its Leaves to Relieve Migraines
2. Fruit Decoction by Gargling Against Toothache
3. Used in Arthritis Using Root
1. The leaf stems of this plant tend to be thorny, so handle them with care.
2. A 3 inch layer of mulch will help to maintain soil moisture and studies have shown that mulched plants grow faster than non-mulched plants.
1. Avoid fertilizing late in the growing season.
2. Do not use permanent ties; the plant will quickly outgrow them.