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Stevia Plant

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Stevia rebaudiana

Also known as 'sweetleaf', Stevia is member of the chrysanthemum family and native to Paraguay and Brazil, where its leaves have been used for centuries as a natural sweetener.

  • Perennial but very tender and susceptible to cold.
  • Prefers a rich soil and warm environment.

Supplied as a pot-grown plant grown in a 7 cm pot.

Available from early May NEXT YEAR

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Also known as 'sweetleaf', this member of the chrysanthemum family is native to Paraguay and Brazil, where its leaves have been used for centuries as a natural sweetener. A tender perennial with oval, bright green leaves and an upright habit, Stevia will reach a height of 12 to 18 ins (30-45 cms) and grows well in containers.

  • Perennial but very tender and susceptible to cold.
  • Prefers a rich soil and warm environment.
  • Needs frost protection in winter.
  • Best grown in containers which can be moved indoors in winter.
  • Produces white flowers if left untrimmed.
  • Do not allow to flower if planning to use leaves as sweetening agent.

Culinary Uses

Leaves can be dried and ground to use as a natural sweetener.

Fresh leaves can be steeped in warm water for 12 hours to use as a sweetening agent.

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How To...

How To Sow & Grow Herbs
Detailed advice on sowing and growing herbs outside and under protection. Includes information on watering and pest control.




Plant Passport Registration Number: GB-34265