The common name is Carissa carandas. Karanda produces berry
sized fruits. Karanda is a hardy, drought-tolerant plant that thrives well in a
wide range of soil. Karanda grows naturally at the Himalayas at a height of 300 to
1800 meters. In the region with a high temperature, it flourishes well.
Plant growth can be quite haphazard. Regular and careful
pruning is required to contain it. The spines make pruning difficult - but
luckily this can be done every alternate year. the soil has to be well-drained.
sunlight is needed.
Soil: saline and
sodic soil is best for growth.
Water: proper water
in time increases fruit size.
Benefits and Uses:
It has iron components which are used for anemic
It has vitamin C which is best for growth and bone the tissue in the body
Also planted and attracts people