350 Seeds Green Gotu Kola Seeds Big Leaf Centella Asiatica Seeds Organic Vegetable Planting Non-GMO Indian Pennywort SeedsRegular price $11.99 Save $-11.99
Indian pennywort, or Gotu Kola (Centella asiatica), is a popular plant, and cultivating it from seed may be a satisfying hobby for anybody. Gotu Kola, a plant with culinary and medicinal uses, can be mass-produced with as few as 350 Big Leaf seeds. The numerous health advantages of this organic, non-GMO vegetable, including enhanced memory, skin regeneration, and general well-being, have made it a staple for traditional medicine practitioners worldwide. To grow Getu Kola from seed, just follow these easy procedures.
Gong Kola Phraseology: A Simple Guide
Because it is a perennial, Gotu Kola thrives in wet areas. Traditional Chinese medicine and Ayurveda both hold its little, round leaves in high regard. Warmer climates are ideal for this plant, although it may still be grown successfully in cooler locations given the correct circumstances.
Putting the Foundation in Place
Gotu Kola does well in organically rich, slightly acidic or slightly alkaline soil. Its natural habitat is in partial shade, such is the case in marshes and along riverbanks. However, it can endure full sun in cooler climates provided there is continuous hydration.
Fill a seed tray or many pots with a high-quality, organic seed-starting mix before planting seeds. Make sure there is enough drainage to avoid waterlogging, which can impede the germination process.
All you have to do to plant Gotu Kola seeds is sprinkle them on top of the dirt. Light will cause them to grow. Make sure they contact properly by gently pressing them into the mixture rather than coating them with dirt.
The soil should be moist but not soggy; this is dependent on the temperature and humidity. Place a plastic cover or dome over the seed trays or pots to retain heat and moisture. Gotu Kola seed germination is best achieved between 20 and 25 degrees Celsius (68 and 77 degrees Fahrenheit).
Germination of seeds typically occurs between two and six weeks after sowing. Gotu Kola seeds may require longer time to germinate than other seed varieties. Please be patient.
Upkeep and Protection
In order for Gotu Kola to flourish, it need a consistent flow of water. Soil can dry out quickly in hot weather or when plants are grown in full sun, so it's important to water them regularly.
While the plant is blooming, apply a balanced organic liquid fertilizer every four to six weeks for vigorous development.
A layer of organic mulch applied to soil improves its ability to retain moisture and inhibit weeds.
When caring for Gotu Kola in containers, make sure the pots have enough room for the plant's roots and good drainage. You may need to repot the plant periodically to account for its spreading habit.
Gotu kola is harvested after it has established a robust root system and produced an abundance of leaves. In order to encourage further growth, remove certain leaves from the plant. The leaves that have been plucked will soon be restored due to the plant's remarkable ability to self-renew.
The leaves of the gotu kola plant are used in various Asian dishes, including soups, salads, and drinks. They have a slightly bitter and vegetal flavor.
As a medicinal plant, it is well-known for its restorative properties, which include enhancing memory, alleviating conditions of the skin, and accelerating wound healing. It comes in a variety of forms, including extracts, powders, and fresh leaves.
Issues that Need Resolving
Spider mites and aphids are pests that you should be careful of. This may be handled by organic methods of pest management. Depending on your climate, Gotu Kola may thrive as an annual plant or, alternatively, as a houseplant during the winter months.
All things considered, Gotu Kola is a delicious and therapeutic plant, and it's easy to produce it from seed. With enough care and attention, 350 seeds of Big Leaf Centella Asiatica may produce an endless supply of this remarkable herb.
Presenting 350 lush Centella Asiatica, or Gotu Kola, seeds are the key that unlocks the enchanted world of Gotu Kola. A green wonder, this low-growing perennial plant adds a tropical flair to any yard. The tropical regions of the world, including South Africa, Indonesia, China, and Japan, as well as the South Pacific, are likely its birthplaces.
A Tropical Gem for Your Garden
As a member of the family of beef stalks, Gotu Kola is a remarkable natural phenomenon. Delicate, silky, green stems and roots emerge at the extremities of this tough plant. Planting these seeds will transport you to a world of exotic plants, allowing you to create a mini-paradise in your own backyard.
Original and Undomesticated
Buying our Premium Organic Centella Asiatica seeds will guarantee that you are cultivating the best Gotu Kola plants. These organic, non-GMO seeds guarantee nothing but the highest quality and purity. Their word is that your garden will be flourishing in no time.
Delightful to Harvest, Low-Maintenance
Gotu Kola is a great option for gardeners of all skill levels. The harvest window for this plant is around 25–35 days after transplantation, therefore it is a patient and diligent worker. One of life's greatest pleasures is harvesting Gotu Kola, a plant with small, delicate leaves that resemble coriander. Witnessing the mesmerizing spectacle of nature is like being in a time warp.
A Plant That Never Dures
Gotu Kola's flexibility is one of its best qualities. You may plant these seeds whenever you choose in your garden since they are versatile. This shrub consistently yields a bountiful harvest. This plant is more than just a plant; it's an ally for as long as you cultivate, thanks to its potential for long harvests.
Sowing 2-3 kg per 1000 m2 and transplanting 1 kg-2 kg are the recommended amounts of these seeds, which should result in a bountiful harvest. Gardening is a fulfilling pastime because you get to see your seedlings blossom into a verdant work of art.
With these 350 Green Gotu Kola Seeds, you have the opportunity to cultivate a rare herb that is both aesthetically pleasing and functionally significant. You are embarking on a botanical adventure and welcoming a tropical paradise into your garden just by planting these seeds.