Lemon Grass Plant
Lemon grass plant
The usage of lemon grass, a fragrant herb, in teas, beverages, and herbal remedies is growing.
A genus of grass-like plants from Asia, Africa, Australia, and tropical islands is recognized by its common name, lemongrass.
Because several species smell like lemons, they are frequently grown as culinary and medicinal herbs.
Common Name - Lemon grass, barbed wire grass, silky heads, citronella grass, gavati chaha, oil grass
Flower Color - Yellow
Bloom Time - Rarely flowers
Difficulty Level - Easy to grow
Planting and care
Throughout the growing season, lemongrass can be harvested whenever you like. Pick stalks that are at least half an inch thick, and cut them with a clean, sharp knife at ground level.
Lemon grass care
Lemongrass may be grown in practically any sunny garden with the right care, despite the fact that it is native to hot, humid regions of Southeast Asia.
Sunlight - Full sun
Watering - Medium
Soil - Well-drained soil
Temperature - 4.4° C
Fertilizer - Apply any organic fertilizer
Lemon grass special feature
The leaves are used to make tea, while the stem is utilised in cooking. For upset tummies, lemongrass tea can be soothing and comforting.
Sleepy Time Tea, a popular tea blend, contains German chamomile flower, lemongrass, and lavender.
Lemon grass uses
The plant is utilized as a decorative item.
Lemon grass is a fragrant herb that is increasingly utilized in teas, beverages, herbal remedies, and soups and other recipes with an Asian influence.
The clumps of this grass can reach a height of 6 feet and a width of about 4 feet, but they are typically much smaller.
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The product is replaceable but non-returnable.