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Exotic flora

LOOKING FOR exotic flowers and plants? Then you could check out the flower and garden exhibition organised by Solar Nursery from August 19-22, 9 a.m.-9 p.m. at the Best Seller Hall, Adyar.

Besides exotic plants and flowers, one can also shop for organic manure, vermicompost, garden tools and aquariums at the show.

Different varieties of flowering plants (ixora, gardenia, allamanda and plumaria) and trees (bauhinia, Jaramillo, casio fistula and gulmuhor), indoor, ornamental, outdoor, perennial plants, bonsoi, cacti of various types, fruit trees and herbal plants will also be available.

The plants and trees sold are said to suit the Chennai climate. Tips will be given to customers on various aspects of gardening at the show, where one of the highlights will be stevia, an herbal sweetener ideal for diabetics.

The Solar Nursery offers medicinal plants such as thipili, vasambu, vanilla and amla. For more information, call 24915188.

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