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Atis root is scientifically known as Aconitum Heterophyllum. The herb is a native of the alpine and subalpine belts of the Himalayan ranges. These plants prefer a chilled climate and grow at an altitude of 1800 metres to 4500 metres. It is widely grown in the alpine regions owing to its medicinal uses.
The Aconitum heterophyllum is commonly known as Atis root plant. It belongs to family Ranunculaceae.
The plant is an erect herb with a tuberous root that is widely grown in the Alpine regions.
The leaves of the plant taste bitter but have numerous medicinal uses.
The Atis root tree is a slow grower and bears attractive violet or white flowers.
The plant can grow up to a maximum height of 15 to 20 centimetres
The Atis root is a low maintenance plant that grows easily if the minimum care is provided.
The plant grows well in a cooler temperature range of less than 10 degree Celsius.
The plant prefers slightly acidic pH the of soil.
The plant can be kept either in a greenhouse or outsides. If placed indoors, it must be placed on a south-facing wall.
The pot should be rotated a half a circle every day to ensure it is exposed to sun and the plant soil remains warm.
The Atis root has moderate water requirements.
The plant should be watered regularly after the seedlings emerge and whenever the top 3 inches of soil become dry.
The soil should be kept moist but not wet. Excess of moisture content in the soil may lead to leaf drop.
The leaves and stem of the plant must be prevented from moisture.
The ideal method of propagation of Atis root is by germination of seeds.
The plant does not require pruning at regular intervals.
The Atis tree grows well with the addition of fertilizers.
The plant may be fertilized just once in a year, during the onset of spring.
Any organic fertiliser that is rich in Phosphorus and potassium can be used for the purpose.