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Awesome Blossom : CALENDULA - 250 gms

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ALL ABOUT THIS PRODUCT
Most of the flowers are food for the little bees, butterflies and many such insects and pests which are responsible for pollination.
Why is pollination important for our eco system?
Pollination is not just fascinating natural history. It is an essential ecological survival function. Without pollinators, the human race and all of earth’s terrestrial ecosystems would not survive. Of the 1,400 crop plants grown around the world, i.e., those that produce all of our food and plant-based industrial products, almost 80% require pollination by animals. Visits from bees and other pollinators also result in larger, more flavorful fruits and higher crop yields. More than half of the world’s diet of fats and oils come from animal-pollinated plants (oil palm, canola, sunflower)

Clean Air (Carbon Cycling/Sequestration)

Flowering plants produce breathable oxygen by utilizing the carbon dioxide produced by plants and animals as they respire. Levels of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere have been rapidly increasing in the last century, however, due to increased burning of fossil fuels and destruction of vital forests, the “earth’s lungs.” Pollinators are key to reproduction of wild plants in our fragmented global landscape. Without them, existing populations of plants would decline, even if soil, air, nutrients, and other life-sustaining elements were available.

Water and Soils

Flowering plants help to purify water and prevent erosion through roots that holds the soil in place, and foliage that buffers the impact of rain as it falls to the earth. The water cycle depends on plants to return moisture to the atmosphere, and plants depend on pollinators to help them reproduce. There are many more reasons why pollination is important hence we urge you to grow more such flowering plants . Lets balance our eco system!

We at BySmita are innovating and simplifying planting flowers. These Gifts that Bloom kits have been designed to give you everything you need to start growing flowers yourself. These kits are the best alternative to gifting fresh flowers (which simply die out in 4-5 days). as kids we have always been taught , not to pluck flowers . Then why as adults we forget the same. lets teach our coming ones the same good habits we were taught when we were young. let our balcony and garden bloom with colors.

INGREDIENTS
A Bio-Degradable pot, Non-GMO flower seeds, Soil Medium, Specifically processed fertilizer for Flowering plants, Instructions, Observation Card
HOW TO USE
1.Take the POT. 2.Take the cocopeat disc and put it in the pot and slowly pour water on it. 3. It will absorb the water and start inflating. 4.Once it stops inflating further , you know your soil medium is read. 5. Level it out and add the seeds. 6. Put the seeds a little apart from each other and cover it with a bit of soil medium. 7. your plant is ready. 8. Water it regularly and use the micro-nutrients one every 15 days to nourish it well. 9. LET IT BLOOM!


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ALL ABOUT THIS PRODUCT
Most of the flowers are food for the little bees, butterflies and many such insects and pests which are responsible for pollination.
Why is pollination important for our eco system?
Pollination is not just fascinating natural history. It is an essential ecological survival function. Without pollinators, the human race and all of earth’s terrestrial ecosystems would not survive. Of the 1,400 crop plants grown around the world, i.e., those that produce all of our food and plant-based industrial products, almost 80% require pollination by animals. Visits from bees and other pollinators also result in larger, more flavorful fruits and higher crop yields. More than half of the world’s diet of fats and oils come from animal-pollinated plants (oil palm, canola, sunflower)

Clean Air (Carbon Cycling/Sequestration)

Flowering plants produce breathable oxygen by utilizing the carbon dioxide produced by plants and animals as they respire. Levels of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere have been rapidly increasing in the last century, however, due to increased burning of fossil fuels and destruction of vital forests, the “earth’s lungs.” Pollinators are key to reproduction of wild plants in our fragmented global landscape. Without them, existing populations of plants would decline, even if soil, air, nutrients, and other life-sustaining elements were available.

Water and Soils

Flowering plants help to purify water and prevent erosion through roots that holds the soil in place, and foliage that buffers the impact of rain as it falls to the earth. The water cycle depends on plants to return moisture to the atmosphere, and plants depend on pollinators to help them reproduce. There are many more reasons why pollination is important hence we urge you to grow more such flowering plants . Lets balance our eco system!

We at BySmita are innovating and simplifying planting flowers. These Gifts that Bloom kits have been designed to give you everything you need to start growing flowers yourself. These kits are the best alternative to gifting fresh flowers (which simply die out in 4-5 days). as kids we have always been taught , not to pluck flowers . Then why as adults we forget the same. lets teach our coming ones the same good habits we were taught when we were young. let our balcony and garden bloom with colors.

INGREDIENTS
A Bio-Degradable pot, Non-GMO flower seeds, Soil Medium, Specifically processed fertilizer for Flowering plants, Instructions, Observation Card
HOW TO USE
1.Take the POT. 2.Take the cocopeat disc and put it in the pot and slowly pour water on it. 3. It will absorb the water and start inflating. 4.Once it stops inflating further , you know your soil medium is read. 5. Level it out and add the seeds. 6. Put the seeds a little apart from each other and cover it with a bit of soil medium. 7. your plant is ready. 8. Water it regularly and use the micro-nutrients one every 15 days to nourish it well. 9. LET IT BLOOM!

RATINGS AND REVIEWS
RATINGS AND REVIEWS

ALL ABOUT THIS PRODUCT
Most of the flowers are food for the little bees, butterflies and many such insects and pests which are responsible for pollination.
Why is pollination important for our eco system?
Pollination is not just fascinating natural history. It is an essential ecological survival function. Without pollinators, the human race and all of earth’s terrestrial ecosystems would not survive. Of the 1,400 crop plants grown around the world, i.e., those that produce all of our food and plant-based industrial products, almost 80% require pollination by animals. Visits from bees and other pollinators also result in larger, more flavorful fruits and higher crop yields. More than half of the world’s diet of fats and oils come from animal-pollinated plants (oil palm, canola, sunflower)

Clean Air (Carbon Cycling/Sequestration)

Flowering plants produce breathable oxygen by utilizing the carbon dioxide produced by plants and animals as they respire. Levels of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere have been rapidly increasing in the last century, however, due to increased burning of fossil fuels and destruction of vital forests, the “earth’s lungs.” Pollinators are key to reproduction of wild plants in our fragmented global landscape. Without them, existing populations of plants would decline, even if soil, air, nutrients, and other life-sustaining elements were available.

Water and Soils

Flowering plants help to purify water and prevent erosion through roots that holds the soil in place, and foliage that buffers the impact of rain as it falls to the earth. The water cycle depends on plants to return moisture to the atmosphere, and plants depend on pollinators to help them reproduce. There are many more reasons why pollination is important hence we urge you to grow more such flowering plants . Lets balance our eco system!

We at BySmita are innovating and simplifying planting flowers. These Gifts that Bloom kits have been designed to give you everything you need to start growing flowers yourself. These kits are the best alternative to gifting fresh flowers (which simply die out in 4-5 days). as kids we have always been taught , not to pluck flowers . Then why as adults we forget the same. lets teach our coming ones the same good habits we were taught when we were young. let our balcony and garden bloom with colors.

INGREDIENTS
A Bio-Degradable pot, Non-GMO flower seeds, Soil Medium, Specifically processed fertilizer for Flowering plants, Instructions, Observation Card
HOW TO USE
1.Take the POT. 2.Take the cocopeat disc and put it in the pot and slowly pour water on it. 3. It will absorb the water and start inflating. 4.Once it stops inflating further , you know your soil medium is read. 5. Level it out and add the seeds. 6. Put the seeds a little apart from each other and cover it with a bit of soil medium. 7. your plant is ready. 8. Water it regularly and use the micro-nutrients one every 15 days to nourish it well. 9. LET IT BLOOM!