In this post we will share how to get free plants from government, online, organization, nursery etc. We will also keep updating the latest government free plant nursery and government tree planting schemes.
How to get free plants in India
You can get free plants by applying to various government policies and schemes that they use to announce time to time. Some of the government free plant schemes or grants are given below and we will keep updating new government free plant schemes in the upcoming period.
Aroma mission for agriculture
You can get free aromatic plants by approaching CSIR-CIMAP. CIMAP-CSIR is a government organization that is working under Aroma mission. The government has started an Aroma mission to promote the cultivation of aromatic plants and they have already distributed plenty of geranium free plants to farmers through this organization. You can visit the official website of CSIR-CIMAP to approach them and you can get free geranium plants and some other aromatic plant as well. The organization will also help you to understand the concept of geranium farming. And if you are interested you can ask them about geranium farming training and practices.
Ayush Aapke Dwar
The ministry of Ayush planned to distribute medicinal plants to 75 lakh households and this will be done under Amrit Mahotsav Program of Azadi
Ayush Mantralaya launched the Ayush Aapke Dwar campaign on 03.09.21 friday. This campaign is responsible for promoting medicinal plants including
Union minister Dr. Manjupara mahendra bhai said through this campaign they will distribute more than 2 lakh medicinal plants in 21 States (45 regions).
How to get free plants from government in Haryana
E-Pauhdshala Haryana - During 72nd Van Mahotsav through video conference Haryana chief minister Manohar Lal Khattar appealed to people to plant at least one plant during their lifetime. Khattar said they have targeted 3 crore saplings this year.
How to use e paudhshala Haryana app
- First download e paudhshala app from google play store
- Then name and mobile number will display on the screen.
- Fill name and mobile number
- After filling your name and mobile number you will get OTP at your mobile number.
- Select your area -
- you can order plants for your
- Home - 10 plants (per day)
- School - 500 plants
- Society - 500 plants
- NGO - 100 plants
The app will show the nearest nursery and availability of the particular saplings.
- Select district - then click on submit
- Fill adhar number its optional you can leave it
- After that you can see 4 options
- Search plant by location
- Search plant by name
- Share photo of plantation
- My order
You can directly put the name of the nursery if you are aware of a nursery nearby you in 1st option (search plant by location). You can search for a plant by name by using the 2nd option. The 3rd option is for viewing photos of the plantation and the 4th option will display your orders after successful orders, however it may take some time to display your order.
How to get free plants in Delhi
The Delhi government has started a campaign to grow medicinal flowers at 14 nurseries. They decided to grow medicinal plants such as Jamun, Neem, Tulsi, Aloevera, Curry leaves, Amla, Guava, Arjun tree etc. Food and supply Minister Imran Hussain said any person can visit these nurseries and can get free plants. The Government has 14 nurseries in the city and they have planned to plant 33 lakh saplings by 2021.
How to get free plants in Punjab
You can install i-Hariyali app to get free plants in Punjab.Punjab government started at ghar ghar Hariyali the motive of this campaign is to reform the environment and reduce the pollution level.
How to participate in ghar ghar hariyali campaign
- Download the i-Hariyali app from the play store.
- After downloading the app select plant sapling of your choice
- Plants saplings - Sheesham, Neem, Arjun, Harad, Aanwla, Behra, Jamun etc.
- After booking, the contact number of the nearest nursery or forest guard will display on your screen. You have to contact the nursery or forest guard to collect sapling.