Growing Stevia in Pots
Answered by: Inge Poot
Question from: Pam & Robert Taylor
Posted on: May 10, 2007

Can we grow stevia in 1 gallon (4 litre) pots? We were considering this for a year round situation, not just overwintering. We are expecting a shipment from you in a couple of weeks, so we would like to know what size containers to get.

One gallon pots would work just fine. Larger pots would work even better. We grew some plants in 60cm (two-foot) diameter pots outside one year and they grew beautifully. Keep cool and drier over the winter and they may come back next year.

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