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Reema Gopalan
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Gardening Tip: It is always great to place two or more plants in a single pot. This gives them a royal majestic look as well as develops a unseen symbiotic relationship between them thereby making them healthy as well as giving a great look.

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Are you aware of the concept of Indigenous Plants and Trees?

Indigenous Trees are nothing but the local or native trees. It is the best practice to plant indigenous trees and plants. The Birds and honeybees and other pollinators love indigenous trees and plants. Exotic plants and trees attract neither birds nor bees. So if you’re planning a holistic development, please plant indigenous trees and plants.

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Climate & Season: Often used interchangeably they tend to confuse the readers. Climate is a broad term used to indicate the region you’re located in. South Asia has a different climate as compared to the United Kingdom which is again different from United States of America. So climate is really a broad term. Plants and trees that have an affiliation for particular climate are often difficult to grow in the other unless they are modified.
Season on the other hand talks about a 3-4 months cycle. For Example, winter season or summer. Understanding season is very important from gardening/farming perspective.

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Plant maintenance decoded! Learn the best and easiest ways to maintain your plants! #reemasgarden #Pruning #Maintenance
Prune it Babyyy!!
Prune it Babyyy!!
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Gardening Cues:

Adequate Sunlight: Different plants have different needs for sunlight. Some grow really well in full sunlight whereas others love the shade and hate direct sunlight. Have a look at your Balcony, especially which direction is the balcony facing. You also need to check the hours of direct sunlight your plants can receive in the balcony! Once you know this, choose your plants accordingly! Still Confused? Contact me! Click on the link below! Cheers!

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