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Friday, January 16, 2015

Amazing Munnar: Spice Garden Visit Part 2

The variety of exotic plants we saw here was mind boggling. Here are are several more exotic plants for which I cant quite remember the names. These plants produce spices as well as provide raw material for ayurvedic preparations.Simple see and enjoy the beauty.

7 comments:

  1. So beautiful variety of exotic plants!
    Great photos of all them too.

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  2. Wonderful.. Feel like wading through those plants.. Well covered Ramakrishnan..

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  3. so glad there are smart people who know what to do with these plants for medicines, spices, etc. :)

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  4. Thanks for sharing these wonderful pictures :)

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  5. Beautiful green photographs. One is betel leaves' plant, I can recognise!

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  6. @ Sandhya: Yes I think you are right.It does resemble beetel leaves.The white flower & fruit is the Datura.

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  7. We seldom use spices (other than salt and pepper) so I'm not familiar with any of these plants - what a wonderful selection. I remember seeing photos of spice shops filled with spices from all over the world. Maybe we're missing something? :)

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