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Sweet Leaf (Sauropus androgynus)

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Keith13 starts with ...
According to the site this plant has an almost all year round harvest (Feb-Dec). I assume this is in it's ideal climate (tropical) but does anyone have experience with growing it in a subtropical climate and what are the expected harvest months in this climate. I'm guessing it would be less than the stipulated Feb-Dec??

TIA,
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mgoul131 says...
I have tried growing SL in South East Qld where we get temps down to -1C, so I guess that makes us Warm Temperate to Sub-tropical. It hasn't grown well for me, but I do have one growing in a protected area and one in a pot.
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Whitey1 says...
My Sweet Leaf plant aka Katuk, is growing well in Brisbane. We usually take cutting and put in water before planting. It is the leaves that are harvested and ours has leaves most of the year.
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