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Original price Rs. 199.00
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Shrimp Flower Orange
Shrubs, Groundcovers
Acanthaceae or Crossandra or Thunbergia family
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Plant Description:

Beloperone is a genus of flowering plants in the acanthus family (Acanthaceae). These plants are native to tropical regions of the Americas, including Central America and South America. They are perennial herbs or shrubs that grow to a height of about 1-2 meters. The leaves are lance-shaped and the flowers are small and white, with a five-lobed corolla. The flowers are produced in terminal spikes or panicles. Beloperone species are often used as ornamental plants in gardens due to their showy flowers. They are also used in traditional medicine in some parts of their native range.

Growing tips:

Here are some general care guidelines for Beloperone species:

  • Light: Beloperone plants prefer bright, indirect light, but they can tolerate some direct sun.

  • Water: Water your Beloperone plant regularly, keeping the soil evenly moist but not waterlogged. Allow the top inch of soil to dry out before watering again.

  • Temperature: Beloperone plants prefer warm temperatures and can tolerate high humidity. They should be kept in a location with temperatures between 60-80°F.

  • Soil: Use a well-draining soil mix that contains perlite or pumice to help with moisture retention.

  • Fertilizer: Feed your Beloperone plant with a balanced liquid fertilizer every two weeks during the growing season (spring and summer).

  • Pruning: Prune your Beloperone plant to maintain its shape and encourage new growth. Cut back long, leggy stems and remove any dead or damaged foliage as needed.

  • Pests and diseases: Beloperone plants are generally easy to care for and are not prone to many pests or diseases. However, they may be affected by common garden pests such as aphids and mealybugs. If you notice any pests on your plant, you can try removing them by hand or using an insecticidal soap.

I hope these care guidelines are helpful! Let me know if you have any other questions.

Benefits :

Beloperone species are used in traditional medicine in some parts of their native range for a variety of ailments. However, there is limited scientific research on the medical uses and potential benefits of these plants. Here are a few possible uses of Beloperone species in traditional medicine:

  • Inflammation: Some people use Beloperone species to reduce inflammation and swelling.

  • Wounds: The leaves of some Beloperone species are used to treat wounds and burns.

  • Respiratory issues: Beloperone species are sometimes used to treat respiratory conditions such as asthma and bronchitis.

  • Fever: In traditional medicine, Beloperone species are sometimes used to reduce fever.

It's important to note that these uses have not been thoroughly studied in scientific research, and the safety and effectiveness of Beloperone species for these purposes is not well established. If you are considering using these plants for medicinal purposes, it is important to consult a healthcare provider.