250Re: [pfaf] Siberian ginseng
- Feb 3, 2003Here in Belgium we grow Eleutherococcus sieboldiana, E. simonii en E. henrii in the garden. E. henrii doesn't grow well, the other are excellent plants that grow rather easy. The name has been changed from Acanthopanax to Eleutherococcus, what could caus esome confusion.Wim peetersBelgium----- Original Message -----Sent: Monday, February 03, 2003 4:41 PMSubject: [pfaf] Siberian ginsengHas anyone experience of growing Siberian ginseng (Eleuterococcus
senticosus? I red somewhere that you can plant a 2 meter high hedge
of Siberian ginseng? Imagine that!!! In China and Russia this plant
is used widely (also by astronauts) because it makes you more stress
tolerant. It´s interesting that you don´t only use the root, but also
the leaves. If this plant is as fantastic as Russian scientists say,
why don´t we grow it in Europe??
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