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Posted by andrewofthelemon 7b Central Arkansas (My Page) on
Sat, Mar 26, 11 at 15:35

Ok, after a trip to HD, i seem to be the owner of a small little stevia plant...I know you arent supposed to let them bloom, but do you guys got anything else for me soon?
Soon, ill get a pic up of it

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RE: Stevia

Andrew! What are you doing here? Good to see you buddy!


RE: Stevia

Mike, i creep on around 5 forums here not including citrus, i just dont post!

have you ever grown stevia?
gotta get me that pink lemon!

RE: Stevia

Great plant. Too bad I never use it, and after deep freezes it comes right back up again. From hearsay it seems that the seeds are viable only for 30 days, but I've not tested that rumor.

RE: Stevia

i heard that after letting it flower, the plant will just die down to the roots, i dont plan on testing that rumor

RE: Stevia

What do you do with stevia? I've seen them, but don't know what to do with it

RE: Stevia

I have a stevia plant that flowered after I brought it in for the winter. It didn't die back, but I drastically cut it back because it got real leggy in the windpow. It is coming back nicely, and after taking a look at it this morning, it has flowered again!

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