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This is a very old condiment with a delicious smell and it is also a powerful sweetener, for this reason licorice seeds cannot be missing in your garden.
Other names by which licorice is known are: paloduz, paloduz, paloluz, cigars, liquorice, licorice, arrezú and licorice.
Licorice is a perennial herbaceous plant that can exceed 100 cm in height, the flowers are blue or purple and grow in spikes.
Its roots grow horizontally, allowing the plant to sprout on its own, so it can easily become invasive if you don't keep it under control.
To germinate the licorice seeds, first place them in medium temperature water to hydrate them and then sow them in pots or in a seedbed.
Place the seeds at a depth of 0.5 cm and keep the substrate hydrated, sandy soils are suitable for you, keep them in a warm place.
Greenhouses are ideal for licorice plants at first, it is not advisable that they receive direct sunlight until at least a couple of leaves sprout
Pests can attack this plant in the first years of life so you will need to be aware that they do not appear.
You should prune the flowers so that the plant concentrates the energy in its roots, which can measure up to 1 m after 4 years of life.
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Characteristics of Licorice.
- Use: gastronomic.
- Aroma: Pleasant.
- Height: 100 cm.
- Planting type: seedbed or direct soil
- Qualities: Natural sweetener.
- Soils: Sandy.
- Avoid direct light during germination.
- Warm temperature during germination.
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