Dear readers. There is just far too much succulent information on the phenomenal Japanese grown Kenko Ashitaba plant that we simply cannot squeeze it into our humble but healthy contribution here. Believe us; we were just as astounded as you will be soon after we visited sites like www.kenko.green to feed ourselves with as much helpful and healthy information as possible on the now famous Japanese Kenko Ashitaba tree.
So for the time being, we will do our best to provide you with a brief but helpful introduction. The Kenko Ashitaba tree was originally grown in ancient and southern Japan. We say originally because today, this tree can be grown in different parts of the world. This is provided that temperatures are suitable and the climate is humid enough. The tree, if it is cultivated correctly, will be perennial, meaning that it can flourish for up to two years before requiring extensive nursery work.
It is, quite frankly, a green tree. Not so much because its leaves are green but more to do with the fact that it is primarily cultivated in a manner that would make all tree lovers smile. That being said, the planting of Kenko Ashitaba trees are inherently organic where no chemically induced pesticides are utilized and are thus a sustainable development if produced industrially and entrepreneurially. In fact, home gardeners can also plant their own Ashitaba trees.
The above source example will show you how this can be achieved. But there is a friendly warning. You will need to apply the same tender love and attention as you would to the artistic, methodical and spiritual planting of the famous Banzai tree. You would truly need to have the proverbial green fingers to be successful in this domestic and organic enterprise. In other words; you must love gardening. To be successful in this enterprise you could adopt some of the traditional planting methods unique to Japanese horticulturalists.
But you will more than likely have to improvise as well. As mentioned earlier, you will have to take into account your region’s temperatures and humidity factors. But the joyful thing about starting out in this enterprise is that just after you have planted your first Ashitaba seeds, you can keep the small plant potted and nurse it indoors, just like you would an infant. It is said that using the traditional conventions of Japanese planting is paying homage to the ancient history of this plant with its many healing properties.
So, not only is this plant a green plant in the organic and sustainable sense, it is also a health and wellness plant. It comes as no surprise to learn that coincidentally, ancient Japanese medical practitioners and today’s alternative natural remedy advocates swear by this plant’s tea leaves in its ability to heal wounds, replenish the skin and cleanse the body internally. So, are you as excited as we were when we first started reading?
We hope our modest introduction has fed you sufficiently to explore this tree’s potency further.