Buy Rajnigandha Tuberose Flower Bulb in (bulk)
Rajnigandha flower bulb
Growing Rajnigandha Bulbs is simple; it's a bloom that doesn't require specialised knowledge to grow as a houseplant. A plant that blooms at night is the tuberose.
Tuberose, or Polianthes tuberosa, is a perennial plant related to agaves, the note from which is utilised in fragrance. The tuberose, also known as Rajnigandha, is a perennial flowering plant (A perennial plant is a plant that lives for more than two years).
It forms clusters of fragrant waxy white flowers that bloom from the bottom of the spike toward the top in elongated spikes up to 18 inches long. It features smaller, clasping leaves along the stem and large, bright green leaves grouped at the plant's base.
Common Name - Mexican tuberose, Tuberose, Rajanigandha
Height - 2 to 3 feet
Flower Colour - White
Bloom Time - Summer, Autumn
Difficulty Level - Easy to grow
Rajnigandha bulb Plantings
- Put organic material in the potting mix as a mulch.
- When the earth seems dry to the touch, water a plant.
- Water deeply in the summer and less frequently in the winter and during the rainy season.
- Remove any damaged, diseased, or dead plant parts, and dispose of them in the rubbish can.
- Primarily in the spring and monsoon season, during the flower bud stage, you should nourish a plant.
- Rajanigandha bulb sowing season occurs during the monsoon or early winter.
- Make a hole and plant the bulb there up to 5 cm deep.
- Set the bulb in the hole with the sharp end facing up, then fill it with soil and firmly press it down.
- Separate bulbs by 4 to 6 inches.
- After planting, properly water
- Use the following potting mixture for your bulb plantings: Soil + Cocopeat + vermicompostGarden soil + Compost + Perlite + Sand (2:2:1:1) (2:1:2)
- Sunlight - Full Sun to Partial sun
- Watering - Moderately
- Soil - Well-drained loam soil
- Temperature - 21 to 30 degrees C
- Fertilizer - Apply any organic fertilizer.
- The plant is utilised as a decorative item.
- They grow well in containers or the garden.