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Scientific Name: Coix lacryma-jobi
Common Name: Job's-tears, Gurgur, Gurlu, Gavedhuka, Ran Jamdhlo, Chaning, Ashru Bija, Kahudo.
Hindi : गुर्लू Gurlu
Sanskrit : गवेधुका Gavedhuka
Coix lacryma-jobi is a grass indigenous to Southern and Eastern Asia that has been introduced in tropical and warm temperate regions as a cereal, fodder and forage crop, and for its attractive grains which are used as beads for making rosaries, necklaces, and other objects.
Coix lacryma-jobi can be found growing in wet environments. It typically occurs along rivers and stream banks, in marshy valleys, wetlands, wet grasslands and pastures, edges of lakes and reservoirs; also in clearings and disturbed sites of forests, flooded cultivated fields, moist waste places, channels and roadsides ditches.
Vaijayanti Plant - Gurlu, Gavedhuka, Job's-tears, Vaijayanti mala, Baijayanti
- Live plant along with Plastic pot.
- Plants height with pot is 1 feet and pot size is 5 inch diameter.
- Plants nature is outdoor-semi shade, alternate day watering.
- Useful for edible Plants, herbs & medicinal plants.
- Rare herb plants & medicinal plant.