TARO – Edible Green – Very Delicious & High Yield Variety – 1 Plant


Edible Taro – Eddoe/dalo/yùtou/mukhi kochu/Loti/Arrow root/Kalo/pindalu/Eddoe/gabi – 1 plant

NOT all Taros are edible but a few. If you are not sure and eat them you are definitely in trouble!!!

Heavy yields & extremely delicious! This is a very delicious variety & you really do not want to miss. Very limited bulbs. So buy now before you miss out!

For maximum yields, water regularly and keep the soil moist/watery. They like deep, moist or even swampy soils. They will produce your need all the year round.

Taro is native to southeast Asia and well known as a root vegetable for its edible starchy corm, and as a leaf vegetable. Taro corm, stems or leaves always eat cooked. It is believed to have been one of the earliest cultivated plants.Taro is thought to have originated in the Indo-Malayan region, perhaps in eastern India and Bangladesh, and spread eastward into Southeast Asia, eastern Asia, and the Pacific islands. The leaves are a good source of vitamins A and C and contain more protein than the corms. It is known by many local names and often referred to as ‘elephant ears’ when grown as an ornamental plant ^.

It can grow up to 90 cm. With some care, Taro plant will last forever & will produce taro continuously as they grow new bulbs every year.

You are buying 1 plants between 6-15 inches in height. I will trim/remove the leaves if it doesn’t fit inside the shipping box. The green leaves will come out again when the plant starts growing.

Due to quarantine restrictions, seeds or plants can’t be sent to Tasmania.


ATT: Buyers

Please Note import duties, taxes, and other charges are NOT INCLUDED in the item price or shipping and handling cost. These are the buyer’s responsibility.Before you buy the seeds please CHECK YOUR CUSTOM’S RULES & REGULATIONS if you are allowed to bring these seeds into your country.won’t be responsible or will not give you refund or resend the seeds if the seeds are confiscated by your custom.

Not sure how to eat them or don’t know any recipe? Well no worries at all. SBS has published so many Taro recipes on their website. Check the recipes on the below link. Get creative & enjoy!


Taro recipes and Taro food