Krishna Kamal Plant Care and Tips

by Sadabahar Greens Pvt. Ltd.

Krishna kamal plant Urban plants Passiflora incarnata is the scientific name for the Krishna kamal plant. Purple Passionflower is a perennial climbing vine with stunning white blooms and purple, pink, or blue-colored crowns that grows quickly. Five sepals with blue filaments surround the five yellow-green stamens and purple stigmas in the blooms, which have a very complicated structure.

Krishna Kamal Flower Has a Religious Meaning

Both Christianity and Hinduism place a high value on Krishna Kamal. The passionflower is a Christian symbol for Christ's agony during his crucifixion, as the corona of the flower resembles Christ's crown of thorns. In Hinduism, however, each portion of the flower represents something.

How to Grow Krishna Kamal (Krishna Kamal)

Krishna Kamal plant care Urban plants These flowers have become naturalised in India, despite the fact that the plant is originally to Southeast America. Usually, these tendril-bearing vines are grown for their beautiful cut flowers. They're a popular plant to grow in both gardens and balconies. If you're wondering how to grow Krishna kamal at home, don't worry; we've compiled a list of everything you'll need!

Temperature 

The blooms are adapted to a subtropical environment. They are commonly grown in India and require temperatures ranging from 15 to 25 degrees Celsius to thrive.

Soil

Well-draining, sandy soil is ideal for growing these plants. Mulching them with a dense layer of organic compost can do wonders for their growth!

Watering

When watering the plants, make sure to water them thoroughly. When growing in pots, pour until it starts to run out of the base of your container.

Fertilizer

It's ideal to fertilise Krishna Kamal once every 6-7 weeks with a balanced, all-purpose fertiliser. You can also use cow dung manure as an alternative (Gobar ki Khaad).

Krishna Kamal Benefits & Uses:

  • The flowers or the herbal tea Krishna Kamal assist to relax the mind and reduce anxiety and insomnia.
  • Boiling the Krishna Kamal leaves yields an extract that can be used to improve mood and heal stomach issues.

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