can you recognize this plant?
I am not giving any hints . Look at the beautiful miniature flowers .
And those leaves , so useful . now you got one clue.
Don't blame me i didn't tell you about the leaves.
I am uploading so many pictures so you would feel free to scroll down and see them again and again.
Or make a good guess , or search Google about all the useful leaves :)
Let me now how informed and health conscious are my readers.
Good luck !
I will back very soon to announce the name and how i use this plat ...err... leaves.
is it Coleus aromaticusReplyDelete
No ente pachakasala ..ReplyDelete
Its not Coleus .
let me guess. I think it is some species of Ocimum (basil)ReplyDelete
is it ajwain plantReplyDelete
I think it is either oregano or ajwainReplyDelete
it is thyamReplyDelete
I guess ajwainReplyDelete
ajwain in my answer too.ReplyDelete
Is it by any chance garlic mustard? If not I am at a complete loss and will be back to see what it actually is. Have a great day. Blessings...MaryReplyDelete
I knew the Oriya name. It is a thick leaf plant and my mom used to make a single leaf pakoda with a thin Atta batter. Let me try to remember the name..it is not Ajwain for sure.
Sorry , this is not the plant I mentioned earlier, it looked similar but different.
The closest I can guess, is Stevia, but not sure. Let me know once the quiz is over
Not confirm about flowers, never seen, but leaves are like those of ajwain, we use to prepare pakodis of it.ReplyDelete
I'm going with ajwain..also called Bishop's weed or something like that - I didn't Google, I promise! :)ReplyDelete
Oh my God ... Ajwain seems to be a favorite herb of so may people .ReplyDelete
The right answer is Stevea , the natural sweetener . I am growing this sweet plant for some years now and this is the first time it flowered . Will share some of the ways i use these leaves . Actually the best way to use Stevea is the fresh leaves i guess , the processed extracts just don't taste as good.
that's a great n informative post sangeeta..:)ReplyDelete
What a lovely plant :) and I failed miserably in your test of your fellow bloggers knowledge and health consciousness :(ReplyDelete
is it cabbage :)ReplyDelete
or am i completely off my mind ..
And the award goes to Bikramjit ....for having the most talented vision :)ReplyDelete
yayyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy :) yippe diii yipee do yipy dum dum ...ReplyDelete
I don't know...will come back to check it out.ReplyDelete
Hey Sangeeta how do you use it? And does it sweeten your drink like sugar ?? I have never used it raw .ReplyDelete
Its Ajwain plant. Leaves used to treat cold as well as in chutneys in South.ReplyDelete