no but am following with great interest
That was 2013 is there any follow up on how its growing.
Yes would be interesting to see after a few years what happened if the cardamom is organic is it grown in Australia as would think imported would need some treatment to be imported.
I've heard that true Cardamom is more tropical than Brisbane. I've grown one which had the leaf smell but never set any seeds but I don't know botanically which plant it was.
What are 'rhymes'? From what I've heard, true Cardamom would not be happy growing there.
Gotta love auto correct. LOL :) I meant "rhizomes".
So I finally stopped in and grabbed a packet of organic cardamom pods, (cost me $3.50 from Wray Organic). not bad considering 8 seeds from an eBay seller was going to cost $4.
I cracked open about 7 pods (not even ¹/10 of the packet). As I savored the delightful smell, each pod contained about 12-15 seeds.
Some of the seeds may have been a bit immature, but I've ended up planting 8x6 seedling trays, and set then on my eastern window sill. Let the experiment begin!
watching that experiment with interest - how many plants will you need?