How to Grow Cardamom Plant How-to Grow Cardamom Plant from Seeds Gardening Growing Cardamom Spice

How to Grow Cardamom Plant How to Grow Cardamom Plant from Seeds. Use our Perlite Method to Seed Germination Gardening Plants

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Growing Cardamom can be challenging. It is the third most expensive spice in the world behind vanilla and saffron. It requires rain forest like climates to grow well. US Hardiness zone ten through 12. Some people cultivate it inside a greenhouse where you get more control. Cardamom is native to tropical regions, and should only be grown outdoors in hardiness zones ten through 13, where temperature does not reach below 35 degrees fahrenheit or 1 point six celcius.

Cardamom is native to tropical regions, and should only be grown outdoors in hardiness zones ten through 13, where temperature does not reach below 35 degrees fahrenheit or 1 point six degrees celcius. originating in India and Sri Lanka

Growing Cardamom from seed is easier when you use our Perlite Method to seed germination. The link to that video will be down below in the description. We start by putting dried seeds in the refrigerator for 3 weeks. This is called cold stratification. Now the seeds are ready to sprout. place the seeds in a ziplock bag along with 2 tablespoons of perlite.

Now place the bag of seeds in a warm place. does not need direct sunlight but temperatures must stay steady around 80 degrees Fahrenheit or 26.6 degrees celcius. Cardamom germination usually takes between 20 and 25 days, but can take up to 40 days. With this method to germination you will start to see sprout in 10 days.

Once the seeds start to sprout you can pluck them from the bag and start to plant them in pots. Make sure you have a warm environment to grow them in. Keep the roots damp but not soaking wet. Remember they are a tropical plant and need warmth. Their environment in the wild is a low growing forest plant under neath the cover of trees. So a partially shaded area is where they will thrive.

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