Plantuta mea de wasabi a trecut cu bine de caldurile verii la mine in balcon. Desi a stat la loc ferit, se pare ca totusi a suferit putin din cauza temperaturilor mari. La inceputul toamnei am mutat-o intr-un ghiveci mare, pentru a ma asigura ca nu ii va suferi de frig radacina peste iarna. Se pare ca mutarea intr-un ghiveci mai mare i-a priit, pentru ca a inceput sa dea frunzulite noi de un verde stralucitor. Mi-e tare draga 🙂 Tare as vrea sa creasca mare.

My wasabi plant managed through the summer in my hot balcony. Even it spent the summer in a sheltered spot, it looks like the leaves suffered a bit from the high temperatures. At the beginning of autumn I moved it into a bigger pot to make sure that the roots will not suffer any damage from an eventual frost over the winter. It seems that it likes its new pot because it starts to show new bright green leaves. I just love this plant. I wish it will manage to grow to a full size plant.


Thank you again  The Wasabi Company.

L.E. Multumita lui Jon de la  The Wasabi Company am aflat ca trebuie sa rup frunzele afectate pentru a-mi mentine sanatoasa plantuta de wasabi. Acum arata intr-adevar sanatoasa. Multumesc Jon.

L.E. Thanks to Jon from The Wasabi Company I find out that I have to remove the damaged leaves to keep my wasabi plant healthy. Now it really looks healthy. Thanks Jon.



12 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. Jon
    Nov 10, 2014 @ 13:30:30

    Hi, the wasabi plant looks quite healthy. I recommend you remove the leaves that are bad. They look they have suffered a mildew attack. The mildew risk will reduce with cooler temperatures but removing the bad leaves will mean more of the plants energy can go into the healthy leaves.


  2. Jon
    Nov 10, 2014 @ 19:48:58

    Great job! Your wasabi look super healthy now. Must be the best growing wasabi plant in Romania!


  3. simplitaly
    Nov 10, 2014 @ 20:33:17

    il iubesc pe wasabi!!!


  4. Carmen
    Nov 11, 2014 @ 07:33:52

    Chiar arată bine!
    Să ne anunți când o guști.


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