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How to Grow Cardamom at Home

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Cardamom at home

Just like tomatoes, green chillies, and coriander, cardamom can also be grown in your home garden. 
 

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Cardamom plants

Cardamom plants do not require a big space. You can utilize any vacant space in your home to grow cardamom.
 

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Plant

Purchase a small cardamom plant from any nearby nursery. Plant these in a pot or in your home garden. 
 

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Soil

To prepare the soil for the plant, mix 50% cocopeat with 50% vermicompost and soil in the pot. Cocopeat helps with the growth of the plants. 
 

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Watering

Put the seeds into the soil and add water. Cardamom plants don’t need frequent watering. Refrain from watering the plant daily.
 

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How long does it take?

It takes around 2-3 years for the plant to mature. After this period, you can start using the cardamoms.

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