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Gotu Kola

Posted by terry001 UK (My Page) on
Tue, Jul 13, 10 at 14:23

I got hold of some Gotu Kola plants after seeing them growing in Australia a few years ago. They have flourished in pots but I have brought them indoors for the winter. However, I have also read on the web that they can survive temperatures down to -10C, and I am wondering whether to risk some plants outdoors (or in an unheated greenhouse). Any views on this?



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RE: Gotu Kola

Being so easy to grow, you can surely risk some Centella in order to see if it will survive your winter temperature. Go for it.


RE: Gotu Kola

I got some seeds and sowed them in greenhouse for almost a month but have not seen it sprouting. Pls advice? Thanks

RE: Gotu Kola

I am actually looking for seeds.... I understand that they like it very wet though.

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