Sereh Lemongrass seeds
  • Sereh Lemongrass seeds
  • Sereh Lemongrass seeds

Sereh Lemongrass seeds

Lemongrass is also known by its Indonesian name Sereh. The stems and leaves have a lemony taste and are cooked in various dishes such as soups, sauces, etc. and then removed. The leaf is stiff and therefore inedible.

  • Delicious lemony taste
  • Can be dried
  • Storage: Dry the stems and leaves

Cultivation is not difficult on permeable soil. Harvest the stems when they are approximately 30 cm long. Use fresh or dry for later.

Plant spacing: 30cm

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Description

Lemongrass is also known by its Indonesian name Sereh. The stems and leaves have a lemony taste and are cooked in various dishes such as soups, sauces, etc. and then removed. The leaf is stiff and therefore inedible.

  • Delicious lemony taste
  • Can be dried
  • Storage: Dry the stems and leaves

Cultivation is not difficult on permeable soil. Harvest the stems when they are approximately 30 cm long. Use fresh or dry for later.

Plant spacing: 30cm

Cultivation method:

Sow the lemongrass seeds indoors in pots from March to May. Gently press the seeds into the soil. Cover them with a thin layer of soil, because Lemongrass is a light germinator.

You can sow outdoors from May to July, as soon as there is no longer a chance of night frost. As soon as the seedlings are large enough, thin them to 30 cm.

Harvest
Lemongrass can be harvested from June to October. Harvest the stems when they are approximately 30 cm long.

Cooking use: the aromatic stems and leaves are used in soups, sauces, etc. Storage: Drying the stems and leaves.

Specifications

Reference
HC-16260
EAN
8713172162606
Tags
Brand
Van Hemert & Co zaden

Other features

English names
East Indian lemon grass, Lemongras
Botanic name
Cymbopogon flexuosus
Cultivar
Noriko
Category
Perennial
Position
sun - semi shade
Planting time
March - June
Flowering period
June - October
Collection
van Hemert & Co

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