Cinnamon (Cây Quế)

Cinnamon (Cây Quế)

54.50

Growing in Arizona: Cinnamon is an evergreen shrub or small tree with dark, leathery, aromatic leaves. In cultivation young trees are cut back twice a year and sucker shoots develop from the roots. These long slender shoots furnish the bark that is the commercial product. The leaves are used in tea. Cinnamon is a very popular culinary spice and it is also used in candy, gum, incense, toothpaste and perfumes. The oil is used in medicine as a carminative, antiseptic, astringent and as the source of cinnamon extract. It's simple to this spice: you just peel the outer bark off, the branches, and leave it to dry in the sun. Once it's dry you'll have Cinnamon sticks. Great for container growing, and as a houseplant. Needs shade when hot. Great conversation piece.

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