Introduction and cultivation method of Kamini flower

Introduction to Kamini Flowers:
• Flower name: Kamini,
• Names: Orange Jessamine, Mock Orange, Mock Lime, Lakeview jasmine, etc.
• Scientific name: Murraya paniculata
• Family: Rutaceae
• Class: Sapindales

Importance of Kamini flowers:
Kamini flowers are very important in enhancing beauty. These flowers are used in various occasions. Not only that. The extraordinary arrangement of Kamini leaves has enhanced its beauty many times over. Now a large number of leaves are used in other occasions including weddings.

Different names of Kamini flowers:
Different names of Kamini flowers are present. Such as Kamini, Ekangi, Birsar etc.

When available:
Kamini flowering season from summer to autumn. When the tree is a little shaken, all the flowers fall off. The sight of it falling to the ground is remarkable. It looks like a sack that encloses with a drawstring. However, nowadays this flower can be seen blooming at other times as well.

Where to find:
Kamini flowers can be found across a wide area of Southeast Asia including Thailand, China, Bangladesh, Australia, India, Malaysia.

Features of Kamini:
• It is an evergreen shrub.
• Its leaves are shiny and hairy.
• Kamini flowers bloom on the outside. Marginal and dense.
• Kamini flowers are small and fragrant.
• The fruits are small and oval. First green and then reddish orange when ripe.
• Kamini flowers bloom at night.
• Holds flowers at the apex of the branches.
• Kamini flower has a yellow pollen hair between the five petals.
• It has five open petals.
• Flowers usually stay fresh for 2-3 days.

Kamini flower tubs, backyards, gardens, verandas, etc., arranged in places to enhance the beauty of the place.
Here is what you need to do to cultivate Kamini flowers in tubs:
Propagation system: Kamini flower can be propagated in two types.
• It is possible to propagate from seed.
• Reproduction can be done by cocoon pen method.

Cultivation of Kamini tree requires moist soil which is not too much. However, care should be taken so that the soil is not too wet and muddy. If the soil is damp for any reason, there is no need to water it for a few days. Light shade is suitable for Kamini. It is better if the soil is dry.

Tob: Large tubs are good for cultivating Kamini flowers.
Fertilized soil: Heavy loam soils are good for good growth. If you want to cultivate kamini in a tub, the first thing to do is mix a quantity of two-fiber or sandy soil, with the same amount of balsamic, compost, a handful of bone powder, two handfuls of ash. The soil in the tub will be good. It is better to make soil by mixing some amount of leaf rotted manure, dung and khail.
Fertilization: Dung manure, compost manure is good for this plant. Peel a squash, grate it and squeeze the juice. Fertilizer should be given at the end of winter.

This tree usually has flowers in the rainy season. Fertilizer or cow dung should be applied as fertilizer. When watering the Kamini tree, care should be taken so that water does not accumulate at the beginning. The soil should be plowed twice a month. Kamini flowers do not require much or much care for disease or insect infestation.

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