Sun, 24 Sept|
Garth Hill College, Bull Lane
Tulasi Plants - 24th Sep 2023
Please reserve if you need a Tulasi Plant. Garth Hill College, Bull Lane, Bracknell RG42 2AD, UK 11:00 - 15:00 PM Orders are restricted to one plant per family or household !
Time & Location
24 Sept, 11:00 – 15:00 BST
Garth Hill College, Bull Lane, Bull Ln, Bracknell RG42 2AD, UK
About The Event
Tulsi, a plant revered and cultivated in Indian homes for generations, belongs to the Ocimum genus and is known as Tulasi in Sanskrit, the language of the Vedas. In English, it is appropriately named Holy Basil. This sacred plant symbolizes purity and possesses the unique ability to cleanse the surrounding environment by eliminating toxins. Placing Tulsi near doors and windows can purify the air inside the home and remove harmful gases like carbon dioxide, carbon monoxide, and sulphur dioxide. For those who wish to grow Tulsi indoors, it is important to ensure it receives ample sunlight.
Moreover, Tulsi leaves are widely recognized for their medicinal properties, particularly in home remedies for common colds.
Although all the plants are grown in the UK, the seeds are imported from India to preserve the authenticity of this revered plant.
Single Tulasi Plant
Kindly be aware that the plants available may vary in size and height, and they might not precisely resemble the photo on the ticket. To ensure you get the specific plant you desire, we recommend arriving early, around 11:00 AM. This will increase your chances of selecting the plant that best suits your preferences.
Having two plants in a single pot is a beneficial arrangement. Typically, when two plants share a pot, they can take care of each other's needs and support one another, leading to a longer and healthier life for both plants.