How To Grow Licorice From Herb Seeds

Licorice is a perennial herb that is native to southern Europe and Asia. The plant has been used medicinally for centuries and is still prized for its unique flavor.

Licorice seeds should be planted in early spring, as soon as the soil can be worked.

The planting site should be in full sun and well-drained.

 Licorice plant seeds need to be stratified, or cold-treated, before planting. Place the seeds in a zip-lock bag with moist peat moss or sand and store them in the refrigerator for 4-6 weeks before planting.

After stratification, sow the licorice seeds on the surface of the soil and cover them with a thin layer of sand or vermiculite.

Water the planting area gently and keep it moist until the seeds germinate, which usually takes 21-30 days.

Once the seedlings emerge, thin them to one plant per pot or several plants per foot in a garden bed.

Licorice plants need to be kept evenly moist throughout their growing season. Mulching around the plants will help retain moisture and keep down weeds.

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