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Tran starts with ...
Many thanks Sandy of Chadstone for alerting me the wonderful garden place called FLOWER POWER in Chadstone to buy my Stevia.

I was searching every where in the last two months and I finally bought one yesterday for $4.99 and I was over the moon.

I am very surprised to see they have the best range of herbs available in Melbourne and the staff are very helpful too.

Many thanks again

Tran
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Correy says...
Very cool. I just got a stevia myself. I love the taste of the leaves and also the after taste.

I know that you can buy stevia in bottles in the liquid form. I wonder what procedures they do to extract it into this liquid form and if anyone can do it?
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Tran says...
Hi Correy,

There is an article in the webpage (recent links) http://www.rarefruitaustralia.org/
please have a look and see if any information you can collect.

Personally, I tasted some leaves just few days ago but I drank tea made from stevia root (sliced) and it tasted very nice too. It is sort of mild sweety drink with a very pleasant after taste. I believe you could buy dried root in Chinese herbal shop.

In China, They use minced dried stevia root to dust preserved products like sweet treats.
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Leona says...
Oooh, I love stevia. I got my plant from Bunnings a couple of years ago...it went to seed and went all leggy so I pulled it out and meant to replace it but forgot...I might go get another one later today after seeing this thread!
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Cecilia says...
My stevia plants died down over winter here in temperate Melbourne, then spontaneously re-appeared in spring.
I don't much like the after-taste but I love growing the plants in any case, because they are interesting.
If my plants go to seed I just leave them to ripen. It's amazing what seeds spring up and surprise me in my garden.
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Tran says...
It is wonderful to hear that stevia re-appear in Spring. I plan to place mine on a big plastic bag as a hot house in Winter and see how I go.
I have been doing it with some of my tropical plants and they survive well.
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Cecilia says...
Tran, you grow tropical plants in Melbourne? Without a hothouse? I am impressed! I'd love to grow Chocolate Pudding Fruit and a number of other tropical edibles that grow on trees, but probably they'd be too big to wrap in plastic for 3 months of the year.
As for the stevia I am not sure whether it came back from the same plant or whether it came back from self sown seeds. But I *think* it was from the same plant.
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Tran says...
Merry Christmas and Happy Newyear to everyone. Take care.

Hi Celilia,

We have an old rusty metal frame with 2 layers. I place the frame inside a very big plastic bag with the open end on top so I can open and water any time. Every year around May some of my tropical herbs like sawtooth coriander (Thai coriander), tropical chillies and small plants that could fit in the frame will be in there.
I harvest coriander during winter where I cannot buy in market. It sometimes does not work for some plants like panda leave but you have to try and see which one will survive. I will try with Stevia this year. I recon it will not grow much but it will not die over winter.

I have nerver tried Chocolate Pudding Fruit but I have some tropical fruit trees in my garden. Please read 'GROWING TROPICAL FRUIT TREE SUCESSFULLY IN MELBOUNE' in this forum.

Enjoy the festival season.

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Mark says...
Is there anyone in Sydney who has grown Stevia? I would like to get some plants and try it.
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RolFlor a says...
TO MARK : Katoomba's (Blue Mountains) health food (co-operative?) shop ,in a lane,next to the main road, sells Stevia leaves by the gram for about $15/kg.
So cycle or train or walk up there.
If you cycle there,it is an easy downhill ride all the way to Penrith.
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Mark says...
Thanks RolFlor a for the tip. Have you tried it?
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RolFlor a says...
I can't remember if I have eaten the stevia sold in the Katoomba co-op.
Stevia is only slightly bitter.
In Thailand it is sold with the english name,but it is not explained that it is a sweet leaf.
Here is a photo of it.
I tried to help the thai guy, a guy with a stall of stevia,but he wasn't interested.Pride?
I was offering to write a sign in english ,saying stevia etc on the sign,so that he could sell more of it.
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juanita says...
I bought my 1st stevia from our local nursery for $4 as it was on special...Is it best keep in pot or inground, any suggestion pls?
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denise says...
I found that stevia along with most herbs, will grow better in a barrell or tyre garden, or a wooden planter. They will come up each spring but only for about 3 years. But they grow easy from cuttings so best replaced every 2 years,You can cut the sides off the tyres but be very carefull. Use a kitchen knife with skill or an electric jigsaw. Also for herbs -put a ring of rocks so you have a small raised bed of good soil and they really do grow better.
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Mannie says...
Hi juanita,

where did u buy stevia from ? I want to buy one tried bunnings but couldnt get one
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juanita says...
Hi Mannie,

Couldn't get one in our bunnings here either, but lucky to find one in our local nursery here in werribee..If it's not too far for you to come over here,i'll give you the nursery phone #
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stv says...
There is an article on this webpage (link) http://herb-garden-world.com/medicinal-herbs/herbs-for-the-treatment-of-diabetes regarding diabetes saying; "Broadly speaking, any herb with the ability to tone up the liver and pancreas will be of assistance as a diabetic treatment. Stevia is included here.
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randey says...
my wife has been using liquid stevia for years and refuses point blank to use sugar now
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amanda says...
My husband diabetic so I have stevia seeds to try...Vietnamese LAKSA herb: has anyone got any tips on growing this at all? (has the arrow shaped leaf with a dark mark thru it) I have tried so many times and it always dies no matter how much shade and water I give it!

I love it in asian soups....
(sometimes called vietnamese coriander...but not a coriander..)
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Lucy says...
Hi Amanda,
I know which one are you talking about now
It is called 'rau ram'. It likes lots of water actually you can grow them permanently in a vase in the kitchen. Propagation is easy just buy a bunch from supermarket use the leaves and dip the stems in water, white roots will appear in about 10 days.
All the best.

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amanda says...
Thanks Lucy - u can only buy in a pot from Bunnings here..maybe I should keep the whole thing inside most of the time?
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anne says...
Hi to all
I am desperately trying to find somewhere to buy a stevia plant in NSW, does anyone have any idea where I could find one?
cheers
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HappyEarth says...
Ive bought them at bunnings before ... try asking them anne.

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anne says...
thanks Rich,
I asked a lady at my local bunnings, she wasn't very interested or helpfull, I think I might ring or visit another bunnings.Or better still I'll drive down to woolongong!
cheers Anne
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amanda says...
Hi Anne - Diggers club have Stevia seed if it's any help...
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culebra says...
hey juanita,
at which nursery did you find Stevia in Melbourne?
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JUJUBE FOR SALE IN MELBOURNE says...
Hi Culebra,

You could email

flavoursherbs@bigpond.com

the supplier of all herbs including stevia.

Good luck.
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dr rdd de silva says...
dear all ! I am desperately trying to buy a steveaplant. Could you please help me ? As I live in sri lanka, i would like to buy a plant as near to sl as possible. What are the export regulations from Australia and also from thailand for eg? Where can I buy it in thailand? Do you know of a plantation that i can visit in thailand, Au, phillapines or etc??
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Charles cant spell says...
Derryck,

I think that out of most of our knowledge area regarding nurseries in Thailand and Philippines.

I grew my plants from seed from Diggers. You don't get many seeds for your money but my germination rate was fine. Anyone who can grow herbs from seed should be able to manage Stevia. https://secure.diggersgardenclub.com.au/p-1143-stevia-sugar-plant.aspx

I am sure other places sell the seed. I had a 75% germination/survival, however my own plants seeds have not been viable so far.

Hence I suggest you contact Diggers or someone similar via email and ask if they can export you seed or who you should talk to for further information.
Cheers,
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Midge says...
Hello Mark. You've probably found a stevia plant by now, but just in case you haven't, I'll tell you where I got mine in June 2009. It was at Heritage Haven 834 Old Northern Rd, Middle Dural, NSW 2158 p: (02) 96522878. The lovely lady who runs it is named Mary and she is very helpful. My plant is still doing well but I haven't used the leaves much. It is growing in full sun in reasonably good soil. It now has little white fowers which I think I should cut off, but I need check this out. In case you didn't know, Stevia is now available in a powdered form in little sachets at the supermarket and the brand is Hermesetas. It's packaged in a yellow box. The price seems to have come down from when I bought it at a specialist shop a couple of years ago. I remember paying about $17.00 for a small container. Hermesetas packets are very convenient to have on hand, and it is also available in different packaging for when you might want to use it for baking. My one attempt at baking with it previously, I thought it left a kind of metal aftertaste, but others might have had a different result. I'd love to hear what results other folk have found and how they use it.
I use about half a packet in and oil and vinegar salad dressing with a little mustard powder. I also use it in iced coffee using soy milk. I add a whole packet because I use a low sugar ice cream. I reckon if I'm going to have an iced coffee I want to enjoy it, so I help it along with one sachet of powdered stevia and it makes all the difference.
I'd also like to hear more of how others have used the plant and the results.
Best wishes. Midge
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Julie says...
Midge, I've found the cheapest and most convenient Stevia online. It is a liquid from iHerb - just a few drops are all you need.

I find it leaves a sort of slight liquorice aftertaste, so my personal choice is two drops of Stevia and 1/4 teaspoon Xylitol in tea or coffee.

Must try growing it again.

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Biku says...
Where in Perth can I buy Stevia seeds?
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Charles cant spell says...
Biku,
I have Stevia seeds but its highly likely they will not germinate, as I have tried twice, I can give you this years seed which I have not tried. I could also offer you 1 in a pot, you can propagate from the "suckers" it shoot out in spring, you should get 3 suckers per plant, hence 2-3 new plants for a year as these suckers form there own roots and can be gentle broken free and potted up.

Otherwise order seed online, pretty sure mine originally came from diggers, was expensive for 8 seeds in a vial but 6 germinated.
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craftsmaster says...
Thanks for the link Tran. I must have gather some information about it before picking up the shovel. Does anyone here knows the ideal weather to seed Stevia?

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Charles cant spell says...
I suggest you dont use a shovel, sow them in seed raising mix in Spring in protecting of a poly house/cold frame/veranda etc, from my experience they are not easy to germinate and will require attention with light watering every few days for the few weeks they take to germinate.

I.e. Dont throw them in a garden bed and expect success :)
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craftsmaster says...
Thanks for the tip Charles. I had a busy day repairing my windowsill for my indoor culinary herbs.
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Thomas says...
I found some Stevia Herb Plants online, they come in tubes.

www.herbcottage.com.au

They also sell it in a dried form.
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craftsmaster says...
Thanks Tom. The link seems not working for me. Do you mind if you check.
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Brad says...
works fine for me,
http://www.herbcottage.com.au/catalogsearch/result/?q=stevia&x=0&y=0
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snottiegobble says...
I grew stevia successfully in Vic. but had to put them in a greenhouse each winter. Must admit I didnt like the after taste , but i heard that there are now varieties which have little or no aftertaste.
Julie, just a warning regards Xylitol which prompted me to chuck all 3 kls of mine into the bin. XYLITOL KILLS DOGS!! Even a home made biscuit which has Xylitol as sweetener can make them seriously ill. I believe it is their liver that Xylitol destroys. BTW I do not have a dog, but couldnt use it once I found out.
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snottiegobble says...
Julie or anyone with dogs who are considering Xylitol as a sweetener just 'Google' XYLITOL KILLS DOGS & you will see what I mean.
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Charles cant spell says...
Xylitol is not stevia. Its a sugar made from the Birch Tree, hence is poisonous to dogs.

Stevia is totally different, stevioside and rebaudioside where the named glycosides and have nothing to do with dog issues as far as I am aware.

Artificial sweetners (manufatured) are mostly bad news but lets not blur the line between natural and artificial/manufatured, doesn't the main one Aspartame disassociate to formaldehyde in the body and cause arthritis and many other things worse than obesity.

They sweeteners are another con, basically shit food is bad for you, it doesn't get any better if you add more artificial stuff to replace the sugar..........if you are over weight or have diabetes stop eating crap !!
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snottiegobble says...
Think you must have got me wrong CCS. I know stevia isnt Xylitol. If you go back to Julie`s post you will see that she puts a little in her tea & coffee.
While we are on the subject diet coke, zero & all those non-sugar sodas contain aspartame which is one of the worst chemicals anyone could ingest. Symptoms can be similar to MS, but disappear once the person stops drinking it.
Maybe the "magic plant" would work on tea with lemon juice in it & make it taste sweet. Just a crazy notion!
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Charles cant spell says...
Hahaha Bugger my bad that means I have offend 2 people then :) Sorry folks.

I like the crazy notion though. How goes those Oxalis ? Mine aren't doing anything yet. I have then in a large aquarium hot box, with the other tropicals, do you think that's wise/ Where are your planted out.
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snottiegobble says...
Ocas need to be in damp sand or soil over winter so they dont dry out, but they do need a temperate climate with a cool period before regrowth starts. Just like potatoes you will find those tubers that were missed during harvest will shoot in the spring.
Sorry guys its not very steviarish is it!
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Rev says...
Hello Mr da silva

i will happily ship you stevia
in spaghnum, express EMS at cost

in return you can help me source sri lanka cinnamon seed

reville1@gmail.com

hear from you soon

there are virtually no export rules from australia for plants. unless CITES level 1 listed.
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Anna says...
If you are in Melbourne and interested in cheap Stevia plant and herbs you can get them from a nursery in Heatherton/moorabbine, VIC 3202

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kissmygrass says...
I bought stevia seeds from a small tropical seed comp and had good luck. Just google centerofthewebb and it will pop up. of course I don't know if they ship abroad but it's worth asking
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Michael says...
HI TRAN! do you know where I can buy a panda leaf plant? I heard its had to grow here, but I like to give it a try.
Thanks, Michael
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Michael says...
HI TRAN! do you know where I can buy a panda leaf plant? I heard its had to grow here, but I like to give it a try.
Thanks, Michael
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Thu says...
You can buy pandan leaf plant from
http://www.allrareherbs.com.au/products/Pandan.html
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olga says...
Hi TRAN! Do you know the address of the FLOWER POWER garden shop in Chadstone or the telephone number? Thanks Olga
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Kylie says...
I just found Stevia plants available via mail order. I have been searching for plants everywhere. I think I will order a plant or two now. Here's the link for anyone still in search of a plant.

http://www.herbcottage.com.au/stevia.html
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Wazzbat says...
If anyone in Perth is looking, I saw some Stevia plants at Dawsons (Swanbourne) a few months back. So they should be able to get them in?
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Vic Park WA
11th October 2011 10:49am
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Brad says...
yeah you can get them here. Wazzbat - be advised they often die back and reshoot in perth, so don't give up on it if that happens
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