Pandan Leaf 香兰叶

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Pandanus amaryllifolius, a versatile and low-maintenance plant, valued for its culinary and medicinal benefits. With proper care, enjoy a steady supply of aromatic leaves for cooking. Tailor care to your growing conditions for optimal results.

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Product Code: PLANT-PR00032/PR00484/EM00047

Tags:  Sun-lovingInsect RepellentHerbs

Pandan Leaf Plant 香兰叶, Pandanus amaryllifolius, commonly known as pandan, is a tropical plant native to Southeast Asia. It is prized for its aromatic leaves used in cooking and traditional medicine. Here are care guidelines for Pandanus amaryllifolius:

Fact Sheet and Plant Guide



Common name and scientific name

Pandan, Pandanus amaryllifolius

Plant Type

Perennial herb

Growth habit and size

Clumping habit, typically reaching a height of 1 to 2 meters

Sunlight requirements

Prefers bright, indirect sunlight. Protect from intense afternoon sun.

Pot Size

Pot 17.0cm - Ø17cm x H14cm
Pot No.5 - Ø21cm x H15cm
Pot No.4 - Ø26cm x H22cm

Overall Height

Pot 17.0cm - 25-35cm (approx.)
Pot No.5 - 30-35cm (approx.)
Pot No.4 - 30-45cm (approx.) 

Watering needs

Keep the soil consistently moist but not waterlogged. Water when the top inch of soil feels dry.

Soil type and pH requirements

Well-draining, fertile soil. Sandy loam or a mix of sand and compost works well.


Easily propagated from stem cuttings. Place cuttings in a glass of water until roots develop, then plant in soil.


Feed with a balanced, water-soluble fertilizer every 4-6 weeks


Suitable for growing in containers. Ensure containers have drainage holes. Repot every 2-3 years to refresh the soil and prevent root-bound growth.

Pruning requirements

Trim back old or yellowing leaves as needed. Regularly harvest leaves for culinary use to promote new growth.

Disease and pest resistance

Generally, pest-resistant. Watch for aphids, mealybugs, and spider mites. Treat promptly if pests are detected.

Special Features

Highly aromatic leaves used in various cuisines, desserts, and beverages. Pandan is also used in traditional medicine for its purported health benefits.

*Please note that the above guidelines serve as general recommendations and may need adjustments based on prevailing weather conditions.

*Photos provided are for illustration purposes only. The actual product may vary slightly due to the inherent nature of the product.

*Pot colour and size may also vary and are subject to availability changes.


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