Maulshree tree at La Martiniere Girls’ College, Lucknow

Maulshree tree, La Martiniere Girls' College, Lucknow
There is a Maulshree tree at the main gate of La Martiniere Girls’ College Lucknow. Madan Chand, the gatekeeper came to know about the benefit of Maulshree fruit for bone health from an elderly visitor to the school, a long time ago.
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28 September, 2014 | Views: 16732


6 Flowering shrubs of India that are not eaten by cattle

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A garden hanging over the wall into the street could attract stray goats or cows to chew your flowering shrubs. Rest easy, if you have planted Plumeria (Temple tree), Chandni, Oleander, Kaner, Madar (Milkweed) and Manokamini, to name a few.
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25 September, 2014 | Views: 21136

Petunias in Lucknow garden

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Petunias are grown as winter seasonal flowers in North indian gardens. They are found in red, pink, violet, magenta, yellow, white and mauve.They can be grown from seeds, but it is easier to grow them from transplants.
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19 March, 2014 | Views: 7312




Sehjan Roti for keeping your bones and teeth strong

Sweet saffron rice recipe from Lucknow, North India

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