Brahmi, Gotu Kola, Mandukaprani, Centella Asiatica Plant
1 - 2 times a week
Height: 0"Pot Size: 0"
Bright Indirect Sunlight
Very Low Maintenance Easy To Grow
Bathroom, Kitchen, Table Top, Shaded Balcony, Living Room, Lucky Plants, Medicinal Plants
They are a native plant of wetlands of India, Australia, Europe, and Northern and Southern America.
Your Brahmi Plant is believed to improve the Vastu of your house and attract wealth and heath to your home. It absorbs Carbon dioxide and also helps to purify the air of your home.
They can grow up to 2-3 feet after reaching full maturity.
Your plant prefers bright indirect sunlight to grow in the best manner. Make sure to never place your Brahmi Plant in direct sunlight for more than 3 hours or their leaves may wither and dry.
The temperature should not go below 10℃ for your plant or the plant growth may start to decline as well. Hence, you must keep your plant indoors during the winter season or in excessively cold weather.
Unlike most of the plants, your Gotu Kola Plant requires to stay in moist to semi-moist soil for proper growth. You must never let the soil of your Brahmi Plant run completely dry.
You must water them once or twice a week during the summers and once every two weeks during winters.
Brahmi Plant can cope up with any environment. But it will grow at an optimum speed with a humidity of about 60-65%. They are a high humid loving plant, and hence, you can consider keeping them in your bathroom or kitchen areas.
Your Centella Asiatica Plant grows well in any soil, but they will prefer soil that is acidic and has a good drainage system. You can use any potting mix to the soil to improve the drainage of your soil.
You can use any soil for your Brahmi Plant, but clay, sandy, and loamy soil are preferred.
Your Gotu Kola Plant does not require fertilizer to thrive but that will boost its growth. You can prefer using any soil releasing fertilizer to your plant with an NPK ratio of 100-60-60.
You can fertilize your plant once or twice every month during summers.
However, during the winters, you must withhold any fertilizer use as it is the natural resting period for your plants.
Your Centella Asiatica Plant is safe for consumption for humans when taken in appropriate quantities. However, it can be mildly toxic to pets due to terpenoid saponins present in them.
Your Gotu Kola Plant requires trimming to maintain its beautiful shape and growing speed. You can trim your plant once or twice every two months to promote faster growth in them.
Make sure that the soil of your Brahmi Plant never dries out completely that cracks start to show up or the plant growth may start declining.
Brahmi Plant Leaves turning Brown: It is caused due to excessive dry situations- Keep your Brahmi Plant in your bathroom or kitchen areas to improve humidity. You can also keep it around other plants as well.
Brahmi Plant leaves turning yellow: It is an indication of prolonged underwatering- Increase the watering sessions of your plants and make sure that the soil is evenly moist and never runs out completely dry.
Brahmi Plant is widely known around the world for its restorative features and for promoting a peaceful night's sleep. Also known as the Gotu Kola plant, Brahmi Plant is a widely used plant in Indian Ayurvedic System. It is a small succulent plant with beautiful green leaves. They are low-maintenance indoor plants.