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Anamu (Petiveria alliacea)

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Anamu, also commonly known as Guinea Henweed or Garlic Weed is a perennial herb native to the tropical and subtropical western world, primarily Puerto Rico, Florida, and throughout Central and South America. It is a member of the Pigeon Berry (Verbena) family of plants. 

Anamu is a deep rooted shrub that sports beautiful, deep green alternate leaves that can reach up to 4 ft tall and wide. The roots and leaves have a strong garlic taste and aroma. It produces long flower spikes in winter but leaves can be harvested year round. Anamu is easy to grow in a variety of locals and even thrives in disturbed areas and coastal flood plain areas. Our Anamu is grown from seed or cutting and capable of harvest  within 1-2 growing seasons.


Plant Type:
Perennial Tropical/Subtropical Evergreen Herb, Shrub

Harvest Season:
Year-round

Mature Size:
Up to 4 ft tall and wide

Soil & Moisture:
Anamu is native to tropical rainforests and lobes moist, rich, well-draining soil. Loves moisture and humidity, but is also drought tolerant once established and grows amazingly in subtropical climates as well as in containers.

Light Requirements:
Part Shade, Shade

Self-Fertile:
Yes

Growth Rate:
Medium

Zone Hardiness:
Outdoors 9-11 with frost protection; Patio/Greenhouse 4+
Can be grown as an annual in colder climates or over-wintered indoors.

Propagation:
Our Anamu is grown from seed or cutting and mature enough for harvest capabilities within 1-2 growing seasons.

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