Vegetables

Vegetables are an indispensable part of our diet. Vegetables are classified in to Root vegetables, Bulb vegetables, Tuber vegetables, Leaf vegetables, Stalk vegetables, Inflorescent vegetables, and Fruit vegetables to name a few.

We have wide choice of vegetable plants at our Nursery.

  • Beetroot
    Beetroot is a rich source of carbohydrates, a good source of protein, and has high levels of important vitamins, minerals and micronutrients. It is a good source of dietary fibre, has practically no fat, and no cholesterol. This makes beetroot
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  • Bitter Gourd
    Bitter Gourd is rich in vitamins. A, B1, B2, C. It also contains minerals like calcium, phosphorus, iron, copper and potassium. Regular use prevents eye complications, hypertension, neuritis and defective metabolism. They enhance body resistance
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  • Bottle Gourd
    Gourd are useful in the treatment of urinary disorders and diarrhoea since it acts as a diuretic. Gourd is eaten in cooked form to avoid any harm to stomach and intestines. It is easier to digest after cooking and has less calories.
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  • Brinjal
    Brinjals are high in Fiber & Potassium, it is one of the most popular vegetables among the Indians. It is a low calorie vegetable with a unique taste and flavour and is widely used in a variety of Indian cuisine such as in curries and sambhar.
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  • Cabbage
    Cabbage is a good source of vitamin C. It contains some amounts of glutamine, and amino acid that has anti-inflammatory properties. Cabbage is a low calorie food with dietary fibers.
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  • Carrot
    Carrot is mainly used in soups, salads, and desserts. It is nutritious and a rich source of Vitamin A. & Beta-carotene which is a powerful antioxidant and anti-inflammatory agent. It helps to prevent in accumulation of cholesterol on the arterial
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  • Cauliflower
    Cauliflower, like other members of the cruciferous family, protects against various cancer
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  • Cluster Beans
    Cluster beans is rich in fibre and are a rich source of calcium, phosphorus, iron, vitamin C, A and folic acid. The combination of high protein and fiber with low calories and fat, cluster beans offer heart health benefits. Cluster bean seeds are
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  • Cucumber
    Cucumber is mainly used in salads. It is a rich source of vitamins & minerals.
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  • Curry Leaves
    The Curry Leaf Powder is used for adding flavor and aroma to many kinds of dishes.
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  • Drumstick
    Drumstick is mainly valued for its tender pod. Has antibacterial properties and a wonderful cleanser.Its fruits are long and slender like drumsticks. Its small white flowers and round leaves are also cooked and eaten as vegetable. Its pods and
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  • French Beans
    Green beans, also known as French beans or Squeaky beans, are the unripe fruit of any kind of bean. Fresh green beans are very low in calories (31 kcal per 100 g of raw beans) and contain no saturated fat; but are very good source of vitamins,
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  • Ginger
    Ginger is a knotted, thick, beige in colour underground stem (rhizome). Ginger grows underground in tuberous joints Its roots are valued as a digestive and a stimulant. It has a slightly biting and hot note. Its aroma is rich, sweet and warm.
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  • Green Chilly
    Green Chilli is a good source of vitamin C. It is pungent in taste. It is mainly used as an additive in vegetables & pickles.
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  • Gherkins
    Gherkin is low in Saturated Fat, and Cholesterol and high in Vitamin K and Vitamin A and Sodium. Gherkin is a fruit that belong to the cucumber species, but are different by their cultivar groups. They are green in colour and generally 4 - 8 cm
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  • Lemon
    Lime is an excellent source of vitamin C and is considered to be the best among citrus fruits.
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  • Little Gourd (Ivy gourd)
    Ivy Gourd looks like tiny cucumbers, with tapering ends and it has light green lines along it's length. It is a good source of vitamins and dietary fibers.
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  • Mango
    Mango is the king of fruits and mango fruit is one of the most popular, nutritionally rich fruit with unique flavor, fragrance, taste, and heath promoting qualities making it a common ingredient in new functional foods often called "super fruits".
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  • Okra / Ladies Finger
    This vegetable is widely and mainly used in curries and samber . Available size: 5 to 6 inches in length, colouring will be medium to dark green. It is a good source vitamin A, C and important minerals & fibers.
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  • Potato
    Specification :- Beans (Common beans) low in fat, offer a good source of protein, fiber, and carbohydrates and folic acid. It also provides significant amounts of iron, phosphorus, magnesium, manganese, and potassium.
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  • Pumpkin
    Pumpkin vines can grow up to 25 feet in length. It has big yellow flowers. Its fruit is large, green ,orange in colour and contains several flat seeds. There is no fixed shape of pumpkins.It has a high nutritional value . Beta-carotene present in
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  • Radish
    Radish is a root vegetable but also the tops or leaves are relished. Radish is used in curries and also in salads. Radish is an excellent source of vitamin C, rich in folic acid, potassium and other minerals.
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  • Red Onion
    Onions are Low in Saturated Fat, Sodium, and Cholesterol, and High in Vitamin C, Dietary Fiber, Vitamin B6, Folate and Manganese. They are good for Losing weight & Maintaining good general health. Red and yellow onions are one of the best natural
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  • Ridge Gourd
    Ridge Gourd is dark green in colour, with ridges on the length of its body and in shape it tapers on both its ends. Has white pulp with white seeds embedded in its spongy flesh.
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  • Snake Gourd
    Snake gourd or Chinese Cucumber is a very nutritious vegetable. Snake gourd is a natural antibiotic, expectorant, and laxative. It can disperse phlegm, remove pus, expel toxic matter and is anti-inflammatory. It creates a cooling effect in the body.
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  • Spinach
    Spinach is known as the best source of nutrients among all green leafy vegetables. It is a good source of vitamins, proteins, anti-oxidants and essential nutrients that helps in maintaining good health.
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  • Tomato
    Tomato is a rich source of vitamin A and C, it also contains minerals like iron, phosphorus, Lycopene and Beta-carotene. Organic acid, essential amino acids and dietary fibers are also present in Tomatoes.
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