Ayurvedic Nurseries supply these herbsAn Ayurvedic nursery is your next stop if you are all fired up on the idea of growing an ayurvedic herbs garden right in your backyard and have cleared up a patch of earth or got a few pots ready on your terrace for the purpose. The very idea of tending to a life, nurturing it, watching it grow before our eyes, in the process being an unconditional source of our well-being is one of the most profound experiences that one should never deny onself in this life.

Having a “Green Thumb” or not is irrelevant, we feel. All one needs is the will to care for a fellow being in his / her’s immediate ecosystem. Whether we know it or not, every single plant and animal around us, constitute to our well-being. And there are no shortcuts.

So, to make things easier for you in creating your own herbal garden that will hopefully influence and help grow many more such ayurvedic nurseries, we have compiled a list of both government and non-government Ayurvedic nurseries in Kerala where you can find everything you need to get started on that garden.

List of Ayurvedic Nurseries in Kerala

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And here is a list of thirteen essential plants to get you started:


Tulsi (Holy Basil)Cherunarakam (Lemon)
Koorkkila Muringa (Moringa)
Adalodakam (Malabar Nut or Adusa – Hindi) Brahmi (Water Hyssop)
Murikootti (Red-flame Ivy) Neelamari (Indian indigo)
Kattarvazha (Indian Aloe or Ghikumari) Keezharnelli (Stonebreaker)
Manjal (Turmeric) Karinochi (Five-leaved Chaste Tree)
Vaeppu (Indian Lilac or Neem – Hindi)

Watch this space, we will be back with detailed posts on each of these medicinal plants.

Happy Gardening!


Maju purushothaman Purushothaman · April 11, 2020 at 11:28 am

To start a herbal garden

Jobin thomas · February 4, 2021 at 12:01 am

I need for wholesale

sarabjit singh · April 11, 2021 at 4:08 pm

looking for moringa saplings in bulk please advise

Arun · October 14, 2022 at 11:15 am


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