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Susi starts with ...
Does anyone know where I can purchase a licorice plant from please
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Susi
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14th January 2008 1:08pm
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Julie says...
I don't know where you can buy a plant, but they are very easy to grow from seed. Seeds are available from Phoenix Seeds,PO Box 207, Snug, Tas. Email phnxseed@ozemail.com.au for a catalogue.
They have a terrific variety of unusual seeds.
Mine germinated very quickly and grew fast at first, but then slowed down.
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Julie says...
Sorry, left off the postcode - Tas 7054
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Susi says...
Thanks Julie. I understand it is the root that is edible. Have you any more info on how to grow or harvest etc. Regards Susi
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Jenn says...
Excellent website about licorice at:

http://www.herbsarespecial.com.au/free-herb-information/licorice.html
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Susi says...
Thanks Jenn - Susi
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