AKEBIA TRIFOLIATA

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Description

It’s a climbing plant, native to China, Japan and Korea. The thin, flexible, green-brown stems have rapid and vigorous growth, and can be grown on walls or trellises, or left on the ground, using the plant as a thick ground cover. The leaves are palmate, dark green, opaque and waxy, divided into five small oval leaves, sometimes elongated; in general, the new leaves are reddish in color.

  • Diuretic action
  • Analgesic action
  • Treatment action similar to that offered by milk
  • Anti-inflammatory properties
  • Antifungal properties
  • Stimulating properties
  • Healing properties
  • Laxative properties
  • antipyretic
  • Healing properties for menopause problems
  • Protective action of the stomach
  • Therapeutic properties against urinary tract infections
  • Antitumor properties

Akebia quinata is a plant that seduces, because its mixed flowers (male and female) that grow in clusters, have a special and delicious fragrance.

The fruit of Akebia quinata is an edible pod, emitting a very delicate and intoxicating aroma. It has a strange long shape and internally contains the edible pulp.

In late summer the fruit ripens and opens itself, revealing its irregularly dark brown seeds. The fruit is very sweet, leaving a very special taste in the mouth. It has a characteristic juicy consistency. Even the outer skin of the fruit is edible. Unlike the fruit, the peel has a slightly bitter taste.

It prefers full sun; this plant tolerates even the half-shade without problems and also develops in complete shade, where it produces only a few flowers. The akebia do not fear the cold and can endure even very harsh winters.

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Additional information

Weight0.5 kg
Dimensions20 × 20 × 55 cm
Pot: CM/LT

POT: Ø CM 14 – Liters: 1,2, POT: Ø CM 19 – Liters: 3,5

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