Daun Kesum

March 3, 2010

Recently, I just started growing this herbaceous plant. It’s very easy to cultivate and thrives well on damp soil. The scientific name for it is Polygonum minus huds.

I have used the leaves to garnish my laksa. In some states, daun kesum is also known as laksa leaves.

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One Response to “Daun Kesum”

  1. Anonymous Says:

    Hi I just recently started to plant herbs in my garden too. I just used some daun kesum today and hope to propagate the stems. my cekur is not growing well. Any tips?


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