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Fertiliser/ feed for the plant: Although the Ajwain plant will grow in neutral soil, it prefers alkaline soil. Ajwain does not require very regular fertilisation, but it is advisable to feed once in 2 weeks with an all-purpose fertiliser.
Repotting : Repot the Ajwain plant every year or when the plant becomes root bound. Use a neutral well-draining soil mix for the same.
Propagation : Ajwain is easy to propagate and grow through softwood cuttings, tip cuttings and seeds. It is a little difficult to grow it through seeds but the other methods are easy. The Ajwain plant grows enthusiastically without needing much tending to.
1. Why is my Ajwain plant’s stem limp and drooping?
Over watering can cause the stem of your Ajwain plant to droop. Avoid overwatering your plant by watering it when the soil is completely dry.
2. Why are my Ajwain leaves turning yellow?
Leaves turning yellow is the first sign of overwatering. Water your plant less frequently, only when the soil is completely dry, to correct this problem.
3. Why does my Ajwain plant have very few leaves?
Long ajwain stems with less leaves is a result of lack of sufficient light. Move your plant to a brighter spot for better growth.
Light Requirements : There’s not much that the Bishop’s Weed requires of you. He only requires regular water and direct sunlight. He is the classic outdoorsy kind.
Locations : Ajwain plants are easy to grow. They require regular watering and sunlight. The best places for Carom plants are in your balcony, terrace, and windowsill.
Styling/Décor tip : Kitchen garden is a growing urban rage and the Ajwain plant fits right in within your kitchen garden of any size that you have created in your balcony or terrace. Place it on a stand or stool and watch its leaves trail down. It also makes a good option for railing or wall planters.
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There are many benefits of Ajwain. However, a rare few people are allergic to Ajwain and to them it could cause rashes, nausea, hives, or headache.
Ajwain has many benefits. It is an important herb in the Indian cuisine. A host of health benefits are associated with Carom plant, such as digestive issues and stomach-aches caused by the same.
The Ajwain plant is easy to grow and care for. It thrives outdoors and requires less water. He is happy in humid areas and alkaline soil. While the plant is tolerant of a little amount of neglect, ensure that you don’t overwater the plant.
Ajwain Plant is also known as Indian Borage, Mexican Mint, French Thyme, and Cuban Oregano.
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