Plant Description: Giloy Ayurvedic Plants is the most popular houseplant in India. It is also called “Giloy or Guduchi” because. This hardy plant with variegated leaves is often used for, Garden and outdoor plants, and mainly because it requires little care. This Giloy Ayurvedic Plants variant is efficient for various use
Botanical Name: Tinospora cordifolia
Growth Habit: Epiphytic vine,
Average Landscape Size: Remains small vine indoors,
Special Feature: Medicinal Plant use for various use in Ayurveda especially for anti-diabetic, antioxidant, antimicrobial, anti-inflammatory, anti-carcinogenic It is considered as a bitter tonic and powerful immunomodulator.
How To Care For Giloy Ayurvedic Plants
Soil: Regular well-drained soil Giloy can grow in a soilless medium like coco peat or peat moss.
Repotting: Change the pot every year. Use a bigger sized pot every time you repot the plant.
Sunlight: Plant can grow in full shade (indoors) or partial sunlight (outdoors)
Water: Watering can be done 3-4 times a week. The plant is drought tolerant.
Fertilizer: Provide well rotten cow dung manure during potting.
Temperature: Although Curry Leave loves a warm climate, it can grow very well in a wide range of temperatures.
Humidity: Giloy Ayurvedic Plants like a hot & humid climate. It can tolerate low humidity as well.
Pruning: Train the climber to grow in a particular direction by cutting off the unwanted branches every three months.