Amazing Sugar Plant - Sweetleaf - No Calories - Stevia - 4" Pot
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- Leaves of this ornamental plant are 45 times sweeter than sugar.
- Healthy substitute in cooking, for adding to tea and coffee.
- Prefers a sunny location, indoors. Trim as needed.
- Water thoroughly when on the dry side.
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An amazing plant. The leaves of this ornamental plant are 45 times sweeter than sugar! It is a fantastic healthy substitute in cooking, for adding to tea and coffee, or eaten on its own. Ideal for containers and windowsill growing, indoors or out! Harvest the leaves as needed and throw out your Nutrasweet! Correct name: Stevia rebaudiana. Height: 24".
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Your results will not necessarily match mine, but my experience with these plants has been entirely positive. I use clay pots, organic potting soil and an auto-watering system in my subtropical partial-sun outdoor herb garden.
They arrived in perfect condition, snuggled into Styrofoam peanuts, with the soil in their pots captured by a covering of masking tape.
I gave one plant to a green-thumbed friend, just in case I accidentally managed to kill mine.
One of my two is now in my herb garden, and the other is in the house, under lights. I've already taken a few cuttings to start even more plants. Stevia isn't winter hardy here, but the things I've read about it says that, as a tender perennial, it will probably struggle through winter indoors, and provide more cuttings in the spring.
I've bookmarked the supplier, (http://www.hirts.com/) and if I need more plants, of Stevia or anything else, I'll check with them first. Very pleased.
I understand that they like warmth, so the winter will be the real test...