- Plant Name – Henna
- Placement – Outdoor
- Height – Upto 10 inches
- Plastic Pot Dimensions – 5 inches
About Henna Plant
Henna plant is native to hot regions and will tolerate periods of drought. It is ideal as a houseplant in cooler regions or may be grown as a large, flowering shrub for the landscape. In the wild, henna plants grow near desert oasis and semiarid regions.
Benefits having Henna at home
- Multiple skin diseases such as skin burns, rashes are often cured with the help of henna leaves paste.
- Henna can be applied directly to the affected area for dandruff, fungal infections, and wounds.
How to care Henna Plant
- Place the plant in the hottest location of your house, or set outdoors in full sun.
- Rather than watering daily, allow the soil to dry out each time you water.
- Too much moisture can result in root rot or scale insects.
- Trimming the plant when it is large enough to sustain the removal will help you to keep your henna plant bushy.