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  • Cinnamon Myrtle Plant plant Melbourne Bushfood
  • Cinnamon Myrtle Plant plant Melbourne Bushfood
  • Cinnamon Myrtle Plant plant Melbourne Bushfood

Cinnamon Myrtle Plant

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  • Bay leaves replacement
  • Can be used as a tea
  • Black-thumb friendly
We're unable to ship plants to WA or TAS= - sorry!
We're unable to ship
plants to WA or TAS
- sorry!

Cinnamon Myrtle Plant FAQ's 🌱

Cinnamon Myrtle is that spice-spicy herb that gives added flavours to dishes and doesn't ask for much in return. The fragrant leaves can be crushed fresh and slow-cooked alongside stews, curries and warm wintery meals or used to smoke meats. Think of everything good in spice, and imagine a subtler herbal version - that's cinnamon myrtle.

Climate Zones: Temperate, Sub-Tropical, Tropical, Arid, Cool

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Pluck of the leaves.

The small plant will require adequate watering for the first 6-8 weeks.

Plant Cinnamon Myrtle in a free-draining soil--Osmocote Premium Potting Mix is recommended. Tolerating most soil types and light frost, this small rainforest tree species is native to the subtropical rainforests of eastern Australia. It's popular for its spicy and fragrant leaves. Cinnamon Myrtle is rich green with a yellow-coloured new growth shooting up in spring.

Grow in well-draining, high-quality premium soil or in a premium potting mix if grown in pots.

Cinnamon Myrtle was used extensively by First Nations People as a spice in cooking, due to its unique aroma and widespread accessibility. Use it fresh as the rich oils are best when used straight off the plant. Use similar to bay leaf.

24 hour plant guarantee ✅

Accidents happen. We're insured to refund or replace any plant that's arrived dead or in a condition that won't recover. Simply get in touch within 24 hours of delivery with some pics and we'll either refund or replace it.

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