Pandan Leaf (Pandanus amaryllifolius)

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The rare Pandan Leaf, also known as Daun pandan or screwpine leaf,  is a perennial medicinal and culinary herb widely used in Southeast Asian cooking and is a must grow for anyone who enjoys traditional Asian cuisine.  Pandan is grown and cultivated for it ornamental, culinary and health benefits however is most popularly used as incredible addition to rice for it's simple and delicious aroma. 

Pandan is fast growing and spreads from it's tubers, however does very well in containers for indoor and outdoor gardening. Pandan isn't difficult to use or care for and is easily propagated through division.

Plant Type:
Evergreen Shrub or Small Tree, depending on how it is cultured.

Harvest Season:
4-6 months after planting.

Harvest leaves early on to prevent it from developing into the tree form.

Mature Size:
Up to 8 ft.

Soil & Moisture:
Rich, well-drained soil that hold moisture/nutrients. When the weather is cooler, water it less. It prefers a humid environment. 

Light Requirements:
Part Sun, Part Shade

No, Requires 2+ plants

Growth Rate:

Zone Hardiness:
Outdoors 9-11 with frost protection; Patio/Greenhouse 4+

Our Pandan Leaf is grown from tissue culture and is capable of harvest within growing season. 

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