Amla Banaras(Grafted)- Fruit Plants

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Amla is Botanically known as Phyllanthus emblica from the phyllanthaceae family. It is quite hardy, prolific bearer, and much remunerative even without much care. It is also known as Indian gooseberry amlaki, amla, amia, amali, ambala, nelli,etc. Its importance lies in its high richness of vitamin C. It is the second-highest source of vitamin C among fruits next only to Barbados cherry.

Banarasi Variety - It is the oldest early maturing variety of amla. The fruit weight is 45-50 g per fruit. It has a light yellow color and six segments that appear as joined together is Read More


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Frequently Asked Questions

Every, fruit plants vary in their fruiting time, depends on location, climate & age of the plants. Generally, Grafted fruit plants starts fruiting within 2 years of planting, where as non-grafted plants take more than 2 years. You can check the fruiting time of each plant in the plant description.

No, Majority of fruit plants are not delivered with fruits. But some grafted fruit plants can be delivered with fruits and flowers mostly Citrus, Guava, Star fruit, Fig, Ber etc. But it is recommended to remove the flowers during early days, so that plants can get more branches and physical strength.

Grafting is a technique where two plants part are combined together so that they can grow together. Most commonly seen in Mango. Air Layering is also a vegetative propagation technique where a plant is produced while it is still attached to its parent's plants. Commonly seen in Guava. Stem cutting is a vegetative propagation technique, where soft, semi-hard, or hardwood stem is cut with 2-3 nodes and used for the multiplication of plants. Commonly seen in flowering & ornamental plants.

Yes, the grafted fruit trees produce fruit earlier, than the non-grafted fruit plants.

These are some of the rare and new fruit plants and it's varities, which are not avialable everywhere in our country.

Remove the plant from its pot. Make sure to not disturb the root ball. Place the plant in a prepared pit(1x1ft) or slightly bigger pot than the current pot. Firm the soil around the plant with your hands. Water well till it drains out from the drainage hole.

In order to maintain the good shape of the plants, proper care should be taken from the beginning like the pruning of unwanted and diseased parts of plants, stalking to young plants, regular maintenance of plants.

In General, a grafted/air layered/hybrid fruit takes 2 years for fruiting, whereas seeded grown plants take 4-5 years of time for fruiting. But it may vary depending on the plant types.

In general if your soil weell drained, fertile and organic in nature, it will produce good quality fruit. Sandy-loamy is the most preferable soil used for fruit plants.

Size and taste of each fruit plants varies depending on the varieties. You can find more details about each fruit plants in terms of size and taste in the description of individual plants.

Initial first 2 years are very important to feed the plants with organic manure and fertilizers regularly. It is recommended to add organic manure or compost to each plant in every 3 months of time intervals. Do not go for Chemical fertilizers it will weaken the plants in future.

Plastic pots with drainage holes preferably work best as they are lighter to move around. Any other container which is light in weight with a drainage hole can also work to grow fruit plants.

Customer Reviews

Based on 13 reviews
Ravindra Nivrutti Nigade
Good Plant ...

Good Quality Plant and delivered with due care. Many Thanks ... Ravindra Nivrutti Nigade from Gulunche - Pune - Maharashtra

Saroj Seth
Very good

Received healthy plant


I ordered Amla Banaras, Stromanthe triostar, Maghai paan, Fig puna. Plants are very healthy, lush green. -Ankur, Gurgaon

Sheetal Malani

Good collection but expensive

Gaurav Misra
Grafted Amala

Took long time in transit, plants under observation presently