Easy Peasy Gardening – Growing Lemongrass
Part Two, How to Plant Rooted Stalks.
When the stalks have rooted in water, it is time to move them up to individual pots with soil.
Any container can be used for planting rooted stalks into soil. Containers must have drainage holes in the bottom of the container.
New or reused plastic pots can be used. Yogurt, food containers, bottoms of plastic soda bottles as well as milk cartons also work, don’t forget the drainage holes.
Bagged potting soil can be purchased for the new plants, any good quality is fine. Clean, pest free garden soil can also be used.
Go back to: How to buy and root lemongrass ……...
Download Free PDF Complete Directions for Growing Lemongrass