Cilantro can be quite temperamental. It takes a good spell to finally germinate, only to be quickly consumed by Hawaii’s vast array of bugs. Always up to a challenge, I wanted to see if I could finally make it work.
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Layering is a way to grow new plants from existing plants without having to take any cuttings. In a nutshell, bury part of a stem or branch in the soil and new roots and shoots will form. This method is often more successful than propagating from cuttings, because the new […]
Pink Dragonfruit Biannual fruiting season, summer and winter. This cactus requires minimal care throughout the year. Edible fruit is easy to peel and attractive to serve. Stick cactus leaf in the ground to propagate.
Ti Leaf, Green Ti leaf is used for making leis and for wrapping food in for flavor while cooking. These ornamental plants come in a variety of shapes and colors. The ones we received were like these, approximately 2-3 feet long and green throughout. Sun or partial shade, average water. […]
Desert Rose, Pink solid Desert Rose, also known as adenium, is an ornamental with a variety of blooms. (image color is close to the one brought in as a sample with the starter plant) Native to Africa and the Arabian Peninsula, daily light watering is recommended. Adenium is a popular […]
Garlic, Society Garlic (like chives) This plant is often confused with chives because it looks similar and can be used in the place of it. Originating from South Africa, the plant is often used in Chinese or Malay cooking. The flavor and scent is reminiscent of garlic and the flavor […]
Lemongrass Lemongrass is a tropical herb used in Asian cooking, as well as in teas, sauces, and soups. In the garden, lemongrass forms a tall, grassy clump 3 to 6 feet tall. Lemongrass can be grown in containers but must occasionally be split into new ones as the clump expands. […]
Oregano (Cuban) Cuban oregano, a succulent herb, is native to India and not a “true oregano.” However, it can be used in place of oregano in cooking and is a hardy plant requiring not much more than sunlight, scant water and an occasional treat of fertilizer. The plant grows upward […]
Oregano (traditional) Traditional oregano, a perennial herb, is native to temperate western and southwestern Eurasia and the Mediterranean region. It likes moist well-drained soil and thrives in partial shade. Oregano makes a great ground cover, putting out roots where the stalk touches the soil. As an herb it is used […]