Lemongrass

(Cymbopogon flexuosus) Lemongrass is a tropical grass family relative that is native to East Asia. It is considered by many to be the ultimate edible addition to a landscaping design, especially for hot weather locations like the southern U.S! Beautiful and delicious, this fast-growing ornamental offers an abundance of handsome leaves that add a kick of lemony flavor to soups, stir fries, teas and more. Lemongrass typically has irregular germination. Sow thickly for best results. (Extra seeds are provided.) Seeds will germinate in 7-14 days. Ideal germination temperature is 68- 85F. Surface sow seeds and just press seeds into soil as light aids germination. Lemongrass grows best with plenty of heat, humidity, and moist, rich, well-drained soil, often growing three to five feet tall in a single season. Space plants 36 inches apart. Lemongrass is very frost sensitive, so bring your plants inside to enjoy all winter long!

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