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Stevia

Grow your own non-calorie, natural sweetener! A unique South American native, Stevia is a small shrub with intensely sweet leaves. Dried and powdered, Stevia is a very popular sweetener in Japan, China and South America where it is used in soft drinks and candy. Easy-to-grow indoors or outside, it can stay outside year round in Zone 9. In other areas, grow Stevia outdoors as an annual, or, if grown in a container, bring it indoors in the winter. Pinching back the new shoots in the summer prevents it from flowering and creates a bushier plant. See our books on preparing and using Stevia in the Book section.

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Stevia

Our vigorous, easy to grow Stevia plants will supply you with abundant, sweet leaves for use in many drinks and dishes. Pinch off any flower buds that appear to maintain vigorous and productive growth.
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