Nashia inaguensis - “Moujean Tea”

Moujean Tea leaves have a wonderful fragrance when crushed to release their oils. The tiny leaves, and intricate stems also make this plant a great candidate for styling as Bonsai.

Light: Nashia are small woody shrubs that should receive at least a half day of sun rays.

Water: Water well and maintain even soil moisture, however be sure that the soil is well aerated and drains readily.

Environment: Don’t over crowd these plants among the others, it's important that airflow is allowed. This also permits better sun exposure.

Toxicity: This plant is reported to be non-toxic

Of Note:

  • Leaves and flowers can be steeped as an herbal tea. It may also be used as a culinary herb similar to thyme.

*When planting in a pot without a drainage hole, avoid over watering by estimating 25% of the container’s overall volume, with appropriate drainage materials incorporated when planting.