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Krishna Tulasi

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Ocimum tenuiflorum is commonly called as krishna tulasi Or holy basil is the sacred plant and believed to be the manifestation of goddess lakshmi, it is also believed that growing tulasi plant will bring positive vibes and keeps the drudgery away

This package contains

Krishna tulasi plant -

1 quantity

Recyclable Plastic pot -

5 inches of 1 quantity

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Note: As the product is a live plant, it may slightly vary in the dimensions mentioned above. 


soil -

well drained soil rich in organic matter with neutral pH 

water -

Only water your plants when the top layers of soil feels dry when touched

light -

It grows well in natural bright outdoor sunlight. 

fertilizers -

Apply any well balanced liquid fertilizer once in 3 months

humidity -

50 percent but misting your plant once in a while helps to keep it healthy and dust free

propagation -



My tulasi leaves are turning brown, what to do? 

Tulasi leaves are turning brown due to over watering, only water when the top layers of soil feels dry to touch. 

How could I make my tulasi  bushy? 

Just remove the terminal inflorescence and terminal branches not more than 1/3rd  in length, to make your tulasi bishy. 

Remember too much of trimming is not good for your plant. 

Tulasi leaves are drooping, please help!!! 

It's the indication of underwatering. Please water your tulasi, when the top layers of soill feels dry to touch. 


  • You can grow tulasi plant in your backyard or in pots, where it gets natural bright sunlight


  • Tulasi plants is packed with numerous health benefits. 
  • Many concoctions can be made from tulasi
  • Purple flowers blooming year round. 
  • Keeps mosquitoes away
  • Purifies air
  • Leaves are adorned as garland to Lord venkateshwara.