Added by on 2016-05-23

[Total: 0    Average: 0/5] You must sign in to vote Lemon grass is a wonderful herb to have in your garden. It’s ornamental, drought tolerant, and easy to grow. In this video, I will show how I normally propagate the plant. Video Rating: / 5

7 Comments

  • John Cline 1 year ago

    thank you I now know to make my one plant I bought in Feb. that's now a GIANT plant into enough plants to not only sell but to also plant in my 1/3 acre garden for natural pest control.

  • AlienFirefox 1 year ago

    hey is there any bugs that eat lemongrass? I noticed that something
    seems to be eating the leaves of my plant but as far as i know
    lemongrass is an insect repellant

  • Earthling Dylan 1 year ago

    ty

  • didanhtennis 1 year ago

    I am seriously thinking of getting rid of my grass to plant fruit trees and herbs like you.  A much better use of resources.

  • Angela Brunelle 1 year ago

    I was hoping to propagate by planting directly in the soil. Will that not work? Zone 10, FL

  • LARK'S GARDENS 1 year ago

    Thank you for the information.  BUT I need to know the best way to grow it INDOORS since I am in Wisconsin, zone 5, -20 during the Winter.  I will be bringing my Lemon Grass into my house for 6 months, until June 2015. What are your suggestions.

  • Krittika J 1 year ago

    Great info ! How does it hold up in the frost? Thanks for sharing. 

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