Lemon grass is a common grass that is found throughout India. This grass when crushed gives lemon smell. Hence the name. The grass is hardy and can sustain high sun, wind, rainfall. It grows on its own in the natural conditions. Now a days, the plant is being used to get medicine and lemon taste for tea and other items. The grass is long and thin and can grow several feet in height. It has got sharp edges. It grows in a cluster and there are many blades coming from the root.
Green long leaves
|Pot size||5 inches|
|Plant height||8 inches|
|Plant spread||8 inches|
Plant care best practices
Lemon grass is a hardy plant. It can survive in hot weather and cold weather alike. It needs full sun to grow and little or no fertilisers. However, for a good growth, organic fertiliser can be given once a month. There are very less issues that come with the plant. And so it’s very good to have and grow. It keeps on growing on its own and spreading. There is not much care needed for this grass.
Once received, opne the pack and water the plant. Keep it in a place of good sunlight. Can be repotted after a week if needed.
Planting medium needs
Shall thrive in any type of soil. Do not overwater it
Can be watered once the soil is dry. every few days.
Once a month with organic fertilizers.
Too much of water or extreme heat can cause the leaves to die. Keep them in check.