- Natural bright light
- Moderate watering when 1-2 inches of topsoil feel dry
- Increased watering in summer
- Well-drained, fertile soil
- Use organic fertiliser monthly
With lush foliage and sturdy but compact stature, the Kamini plant adds a lot of character to every garden. Often a supporting plant, the bushes blossom marvellously after pruning, becoming a true sight to behold!
The ceramic planters depicted in the product photographs are for representation purposes only. Your plants will be delivered in premium quality plastic planters.
Kamini has various names across the subcontinent, such as Maramulla in Malayalam, Vengarai in Tamil, Kunti in Marathi and Kaadu Karibevu in Kannada.
Placement: Indoors with adequate air circulation
How to propagate Kamini?
Seeds or stem-tip cuttings.
Does Kamini have invasive roots?
How to grow Kamini from cuttings?
Select healthy growth with at least three internodes and make a clean cut. Remove leaves on the under-layer of the offset and put the foliage in your potting mix.
Can you transplant Kamini?
Yes, you can transplant it between September and December.
How to prune Kamini?
Prune the top growth to maintain height but do not remove any flower buds.
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