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A survival guide for gardeners: How you and your plants can hold on this summer

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Updated on: 30 March,2022 10:13 AM IST  |  Mumbai
Maitrai Agarwal | maitrai.agarwal@mid-day.com

Seasonal changes beckon changes in routine, be it skin care or plant care. As temperatures soar, and your houseplants struggle to survive, gardening enthusiasts share tips on how to take care of your plants this summer

A survival guide for gardeners: How you and your plants can hold on this summer

From flowering to edible plants, Arzoo Panchal has around 85 varieties of plants in her garden and throughout the house. Photo/Arzoo Panchal


The pandemic led to a renaissance of hobbies—from baking to gardening. While some couldn’t continue as demands on their time increased, others kept pursuing them, growing micro greens, herbs, and what not. “I was always fond of gardening, but due to studies and work commitments couldn't dedicate time to or concentrate on it. But during the lockdown, I got more opportunities to follow my hobby,” says Arzoo Panchal. The 26-year-old stock investor has set up an elaborate garden at her home in Kandivali. “I have around 85 varieties of plants in the garden and throughout the house, including flowering plants, edible plants, air purifiers, show plants. I also grow edible plants, such as curry leaves, lemon grass, basil, also insulin plant, guava, lemon plant, garlic, and betel leaf.”


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