House Plant Index
||Late fall, winter
|Potting or re-potting time
|Position in garden during summer
This plant is grown for; its winter flowers, which are white, fragrant, and borne, in clusters growing from the axils of lance-shaped, toothed leaves.
Stevia does not ask for much attention. Moderate watering and a cool, light room will suffice.
Plunge the plants in coal ashes during the summer months and leave them there until late September for December bloom.,
Propagation is from seeds or cuttings; neither method presents any difficulties.