Bhui Amla - Plant
Description for Bhui Amla
Phyllanthus amarus is an annual herb 60 to 75 cm tall, quite glabrous. Root is stout and woody. Stems are often branched at base and angular. Leaves are numerous, sub-sessile, distichous, stipulate and paripinnate with small leaflets. The leaflets are oblong, having nerve obscure and base rounded. Root is stout tortuous and woody.
|Common name||Flower colours||Bloom time||Height||Difficulty|
|Indian gooseberry, Bhumi amla, Bhumyamalki, Amlaki, adiphala, dhatri, amalaka, amali, amalakamu, usirikai, Anola, Amlika, nellikai, malacca tree, nillika, nellikya, emblic.||Yellow||July-August.||Up to 60 to 75 cm||Easy|
Planting and care
The land is prepared in the month of April-May. Before sowing one deep cultivator is required. 2-3 tillering is good to improve the soil. The distance between beds must be at 30-40 cm.
|Full sunlight||calcareous well drained and light textured soils||dry season if monsoon rains are scanty||15 to 46 degree C.||Use any organic manures.|
Caring for Bhui Amla
- During summer, the plants should be mulched with paddy or wheat straws. .
- Drip irrigation yield better results.
Mature fruits, other plant parts are harvested.
Typical uses of Bhui Amla
Special features: Bhumi Amla is a medicinal plant used in India. It has several medicinal properties such as hepatoprotective, antiviral, anticancer, anti-diabetic, antibacterial and anti-inflammatory properties.
Culinary use: NA
Ornamental use: NA
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What garden lovers say ... ?
I put some water in this plant everyday and they grow like mad!
Verry small size.but good product no any damage when i got it in my home delievery is superior
Given as a gift in the hopes of bringing prosperity to the recipient