Flower cycle: Chilli

Chilli also known as hot pepper (Capsicum frutescens) and Khorsani/Khursani (खुर्सानी) in Nepal, is a perennial plant that is grown in almost all parts of the world. It is mostly used to add hot and spicy flavor/taste to food. In South Asian countries, it is essential for everyday meals (breakfast, lunch, dinner) and eaten raw or cooked with other vegetables. It starts flowering 3/4 months after planting and can give production up to 2/3 years. Here is the sequential cycle of flowering and fruiting of chilli.

Photo Story: “Four for the friday”

Alone Parrot Waiting For its Gang Parrot is surely the number one pet bird around the world, but this here is a wild parrot searching for food in the city area of Nepal. Parrot is a cute and adorable creature but it is considered a problem in farming areas. A Group of more than 100+ … Read more