Licorice, year two

Growing aromatic herbs
March 18, 2009



Last year I started to grow some licorice plants: tall stems full of rouded leaves.
Licorice root should be harvested on the third year, so I let them be.
When in autumn the plants died, I though that I did something wrong.

LiquiriziaToday, I saw the first leaves emerging after winter dormancy. Hey, they're alive!

But I have to wait two years to enjoy my licorice...



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