Kava Bar Owner
I've tried a bunch of kava in a little mini greenhouse here in Oregon. Hard to get cuttings to root, and even rooted cuttings don't last long. I'm sure a more experienced farmer could have more success. Funny enough, the only plant I've gotten to survive more than a couple months is a nene that I put in a terrarium. It's been a couple years and it's still surviving here at the kava bar. It's basically banzai kavaMaybe they're out there, but I never hear about them.
I was under the impression that you could grow practically anything in a greenhouse.
Even that other botanical that starts with the letter "K" and for years most people believed it could only be grown in Asian climates, is now abundantly growing in the U.S. In fact, in some U.S. regions, that plant is grown outside of a greenhouse.
What's holding back Kava, from doing the same ?