Henna at Home

Henna Plant (Gorintaaku)

Henna Leaves (Gorintaaku)


15 Responses to “Henna at Home”

  1. kusuma says:

    Hello Indira garu,

    Gorinthaku chettu….. missing my home in India and Atlatadde.

  2. Sowmya says:

    Wow henna huh? How come u got it here? great…

    Back in India we had a big henna tree…Love keeping henna in hands… U brought me nostalgic moments… 🙂

  3. DK says:

    Oh this is awesome! Right now I am just feeling happy that I got hold of a Tulsi plant here! henna is a long time away! I hope I get it somewhere….

  4. Nirmala says:

    Looks wonderful! Soon I would lik to see henna laden hands of yours 🙂

  5. Gayathri says:

    Wow Indira! I would love to grow Henna myself. Can you please let me know where you bought this plant or the seeds?

  6. Mamatha says:

    Oh, how lovely! Where can we buy the plant Indira?

  7. Uma says:

    Could not believe when I found “Marovam” in a local farm here. Gorintaku….wow…

  8. madhuri says:

    Where inthe world did u get this plant 🙂 wow !! envy you!!

    i have seen maruvam,tulsi in usa but not this anywhere

  9. vichika says:

    The coolest feeling ever.. wet henna on hands.. i am a newbie to gardening (and many more such skills),could anyone tell me where to find maruvam/tulasi/henna/jasmine plants in houston or surrounding areas.

  10. Shobana says:

    Wow! I didn’t know you could grow henna plants here in the US! Also, how did u get it going? Seeds?

  11. rashmi says:

    Happy gardening, Indira
    Nice to see the henna plant in your garden.
    Hope to see your henna works soon.

  12. Indira says:

    The plant photographed is from a nursery near Fort Bend Fairgrounds, called “Caldwell Nursery”. They sell one of a kind plants, roses and fruit trees and have a nice website. Check the website for latest offerings.

  13. hema says:

    Indira garu,

    Wow, meeru chaala lucky andi. Ikkada US lo Gorintaaku adhi sontha garden lo nunchi… It’s amazing.

    Ela pandindo maaku chupinchandi… Of course it will be good though because we already know you have a nice husband. 🙂

  14. Radha says:

    Can anybody tell me what is ‘maruvam” in Tamil. Thanks in advance.

  15. manila says:

    Good job Indira. The plant is lovely.

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