HOW TO GROW BERGAMONT LEMON SEEDS
CARE AFTER GERMINATION
Bergamot Lemon Seeds can be planted in any average garden soil. Make sure the seeds are planted in direct sunlight. When summers are long, plants are susceptible to mildew, so avoid overhead watering. Deadhead regularly to prolong the blooming period. The roots of these perennial plants grow by rhizome growth, and they should be dug and divided every three years.
USES AND HEALTH BENEFITS
Use in salad dressings or to make sweet curd, sorbet, or marmalade. Pour over pancakes, steep in hot water for a refreshing tea, steep in hot water for a refreshing tea, or squeeze over pancakes. Bergamots are too bitter to eat raw, but they can be preserved in jams or marmalades. Custard, cookies, and other desserts can also benefit from bitter orange juice and zest. Bergamot may help to reduce cholesterol levels, according to several studies.
Note: Information provided for guidance only, as cultural practices and climatic circumstances vary.
- Product: Bergamot Lemon Seeds
- Season: November to January
- Sowing depth: 1cm (½in)
- Soil Type: Mainly alluvial
- Hardiness Zones: 9 to 11
- Bloom Time: August
- Kingdom: Plantae
- Clade: Tracheophytes, Angiosperms, Eudicots, Rosids
- Order: Sapindales
- Family: Rutaceae
- Genus: Citrus
- Species: C. bergamia
- Uses: Dish
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- Shipping Cost: From 2,90 Euros
- - Except for Australia & New Zealand, shipping costs are from 3.50 Euros.
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