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    The First video (Part One)

    focusses on the Society, its members and contributions by various institutions of Delhi.

    The Second video (Part Two)

    is a stroll through the gardens, balconies, interiors, terraces and farms of members and other gardening enthusiasts.

    The Third Video (Part Three)

    gives an insight into container gardening, including a section dedicated to the Society’s Bonsai Club.

    The Fourth Video (Part Four)

    showcases the society’s commitment to inspiring the community, especially the young in working towards a cleaner, greener and healthier environment.

    Tip of the Week

    Tip No. 1

    Pruning Hibiscus

    End of June is a good time to prune your sweet hibiscus. Cut back lanky branches and give it a good shape. Light to medium pruning can be done at this time. Remember when cutting the stems that hibiscus carries one flower at the end of each stem/ branch. Pruning will encourage more branching and therefore more flowering.

    Tip No. 2

    Neem and Giloy Pesticide

    This pesticide is very useful against pests that attack plants.

    To make this pesticide,  place neem leaves and giloy stems  (cut into small pieces) in a bucket. Fill with water and cover with a cloth. Allow to soak for 20 days, making sure to stir thoroughly with a wooden stick every day.

    After 20 days, strain and spray infected plants.


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