Lemongrass is a tropical, warm climate herb valued for its beauty and unmistakable citrusy aroma. In the garden, lemongrass plants, consisting of 3- to 5-foot stalks, are dramatic and impossible to miss. If you live in a cool climate, grow lemongrass as an annual or bring it indoors and enjoy your lemongrass plant year round. Growing lemongrass couldn’t be easier; read the following articles to learn all about it.
The one problem with growing lemongrass in containers is that it spreads quickly and will have to be divided and repotted frequently. Use the information found in this article to learn more about how to repot lemongrass.
Caring for a lemongrass plant is easy, but one thing it is fussy about is water. Knowing when to water lemongrass and how much the plant requires is helpful. The information in this article provides tips for lemongrass watering.
Lemongrass is generally grown from stem cuttings or divisions. If you have wondered ?can I propagate lemongrass,? the answer is yes. Propagating lemongrass by division is the simplest process. Find out how to divide lemongrass plants here.
Lemongrass is a citrus scented grass used in many Asian dishes. It also makes a lovely, easy to grow addition to the garden. Easy to grow it may be, but not without issues. Lemongrass turning brown can be a problem. Click here to learn more.
Lemongrass is a sweet pungent, citrusy plant often used in Asian cooking. It is a sun-loving plant, so companion planting with lemongrass should include other plants that like to bask in plenty of heat and light. This article provides some suggestions.
Lemongrass propagates with a very high success rate from the cuttings you can buy at the grocery store. Learn more about propagating a lemongrass plant and regrowing lemongrass plants in water using the information found in this article.
You can grow lemongrass from the stalks you buy in the grocery store. Click on this article to learn about care for indoor lemongrass plants and how to grow lemongrass indoors. Once you try your hand at growing this plant, you won?t need to buy it again.
Lemongrass is fast growing and can get a little unruly if not pruned back regularly. Use the information in the following article to learn more about how to cut back lemongrass. Click here for more lemongrass pruning info.
Lemongrass is a tender perennial grown as an ornamental grass or for its culinary uses. Given that the plant is native to regions with long, hot growing seasons, you may be wondering ?is lemongrass winter hardy?? Read this article to find out.
If you like using the lemongrass herb in your soups and seafood dishes, you may have wondered how to grow lemongrass on your own. Growing lemongrass plants is not difficult, and this article will help.