South Asian Plants

Finding South Asian plants in the US can be difficult. We understand the joy that can come from surrounding yourself with plants from your homeland. That's why we have made an effort to source multiple types of South Asian plants right here in North Carolina. Our plant business is still small, but we have plans to grow and hope we can supply as many people with these special plants as possible. Below, you can see some of the plants we carry in season.

ORDERING PLANTS

Our selling season is primarily April - September. During this time, we set up shop at Indian Stores local to the Triangle region of North Carolina. We also do some shipments for people out of town, and can schedule time for people to come to our growing area and select plants themselves. Below you will find some of the plants we carry. To inquire about a plant, please email us at naturescreation@gmail.com

 

If you live in an area where outdoor temperatures reach freezing degrees, all plants will need to remain in pots and be brought indoors in freezing season. This can be in your home, garage, or a greenhouse. 

 

PLANT CARE

 

PLANTS LIST

Please note, not all of these plants are available at all times

NEEM TREE

Scientific Name: Azadirachta indica

Uses: Medicinal

Growth & Care: Neem requires plenty of bright sunlight. The tree benefits from regular moisture, but be careful not to overwater. Allow soil to dry between watering. 

CURRY LEAF TREE

Scientific Name: Murraya koenigii

Uses: Cooking

Growth & Care: Neem requires plenty of bright sunlight. The tree benefits from regular moisture, but be careful not to overwater. Allow soil to dry between watering. 

JASMINE

Scientific Name: Murraya koenigii

Uses: Spiritual, Fragrant, Decorative

Growth & Care: Neem requires plenty of bright sunlight. The tree benefits from regular moisture, but be careful not to overwater. Allow soil to dry between watering. 

BELLE OF INDIA

GRAND DUKE OF

TUSCANY

ARABIAN JASMINE

TULSI

Scientific Name: Ocimum tenuiflorum

Uses: Holy, Medicinal

Growth & Care: Tulsi grows well in loamy and fertile soil with good drainage. Holy basil thrives in full sun but grows in partial shade too, at least four hours of sunlight a day is required for the best growth.

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