‘Plant kingdom Garden Centre’ is a unique garden known especially for growing both the indigenous as well as exotic varieties of plants in Udaipur. Here plants from abroad are sowed, grown and developed under the local temperature and climatic conditions.
The idea and the interest developed in 1999 when the piece of land was purchased by Late Mr. Bhawarlal Ji Bolia in the drops of Aravalli’s near Sisarma in 1999. In a conversation with Mr. Rakesh Bolia, he explains “When we purchased the land it was totally barren, no one could find even a grass shrub.” Now he is standing proudly on a field where no one can see the land part barren. When asked about the caretaker of the garden, Mr. Bolia smiles and points towards his wife, Mrs. Neena Bolia.
“We are running this farm since 11 years till present, and it has been a huge success. Today we have 300-400 species of plants in the garden”, explains Mrs.Bolia. “In the exotic species, we have first grown the Gladiolus in the garden in 2006. We first ordered 90 bulbs and today we have 2500 bulbs of that same plant”, proudly adds Mrs. Bolia, who devotes 2-3 hrs daily in the garden.
They have also started a nursery in garden. The base of farming is purely organic, and one can find many of plants like litchi, Gladiolus American corn, in large numbers, the exotic varieties of flowers which are grown at the nursery are Tulip, Ranunculus, Zentedeschia, Oxalis, Lillium oriental, Iris, Lillium asiatic, Lillium amaryllis, Hyacinth, Gladiolus, Fressia, Tritonia, Daffodil, Anemone, Narcissus, crocus,carnesian, fressia.
Fruits which are grown are litchi, citrus maxima, orange, 1 kg guava, 10 varieties of mango, cherry, strawberry, peach.which come from entirely different habitats and climates, and are successfully grown here in the dry region. It is worth visiting this place at least once. You can contact them at
PLANT KINGDOM Garden Centre
Sisarma Nai road
Near Shyam HP Gas Godown
Village : SISARMA
GIRWA : UDAIPUR (Rajasthan)
114, hiran magri sector No. 13
Opp. S.T. Work Shop,
A glimpse of the Farm is given below. Photos by Prasun Bannerjee