Curcuma Caesia / Black Turmeric / Kali Haldi 5 Plant BULBS/ROOTS/ RHIZOMS
Other names. Hindi: काली हल्दी Kali Haldi, कृष्ण केदार Krishna kedar; Manipuri: Yaingang Amuba or Yaimu; Marathi: काला हल्दी Kala-haldi; Telugu: Nalla Pasupu; Kannada: kariarishina, naru kachora; Bengali: Kala haldi; Mizo: Aihang, Ailaihang; Assamese: kala haladhi; Nepalese: कालो हलेदो Kaalo haledo; Malayalam: Kari manjal; Sanskrit: Rajani, Nishaa,
Curcuma Caesia / Black Turmeric / Kali Haldi 1Kg. Rhizomes,roots,bulbs,tubers for growing.(REAL Curcuma Caesia / Black Turmeric / Kali Haldirarely available in market,Grow this rarest of the rare plant at home garden.
ONE KG.GROWABLE FRESH BULBS/ROOTS/ RHIZOMS AS SHOWN IN THE IMAGE WILL BE SHIPPED.
ALL ABSONS SEEDS VILLAGE PRODUCTS COMES FROM A VILLAGE FARMER OF RARE HERBS & ORNAMENTAL PLANTS.
it’s a seasonal product & the seeds Rhizoms will be available only during harvesting season,expected October/ November onwards through June.
Plant Bulb/ Rhizoms/ root cuttings as shown in the Photo will be shipped.Kindly check this plant suits to your climate,soil,environment in internet,BEFORE PURCHASE,AND CHECK OUT.Please note that,seeds/bulbs/ Rhizoms/ Plant cuttings, are liveing organism like us,little miss handling on our part can kill them.
PLANTING INSTRUCTIONS & CARE FOR RHIZOMS:—
Kindly check this plant suits to your climate and environment in internet,BEFORE PURCHASE .
Plant the Rhizoms in organic rich soil, three inch deep.
Take care & care & care not to OVER WATER THE RHIZOMS UNTIL THE SHOOTING EMERGES & KEEP IT OUT OF THE DIRECT SUN LIGHT (keep the soil only moist& keep in shadow) over watering will kill the Rhizoms ( will get rotten under the soil) So please don’t OVER WATER THE RHIZOMS that is the only SPECIAL CARE you have to take.
HOW TO PLANT:-
Plant small rhizomes or pieces about 2 inches deep. Water and keep the soil moist but not soaking wet until they sprout. Transplant if necessary once the plants are at least 2 inches tall. Keep them spaced about 16 inches apart.Turmeric needs to be watered frequently (remember it is a tropical plant). Frequent misting with a spray bottle will help, particularly when growing indoors. Keep the soil moist, particularly in hot, dry climates. Water less frequently in cooler climates and try to keep the soil from ever getting soggy.
The rhizomes are usually harvested eight to ten months after planting when the leaves and stems of the plant become dry. Remove the leaves and then carefully dig up the plants. Lift out the turmeric clumps and manually remove the dirt. They can then be soaked in water to remove any additional soiling and dried naturally. The clumps should be stored in a cool place without excess moisture. Stored clumps can be replanted.