|I desire to grow pandan plant in Thousand Oaks, CA. (even if I have to leave it in a pot).
Where could I find the plant? and How should I take care of it?
Thanks a lot.
|Pandanus Amaryllifolius, Pandanus odorus, Pandanus odoratissimus are all botanical names for the pandan plant. It is available online (Flora Exotica is one site) or if you're lucky, you can find it in Asian, Philippine or Malaysia grocery stores in the produce section. It grows outdoors in full sunshine or can be grown indoors in a bright location.|