Fragrant Pandan is an upright plant with long, slender leaves and aerial roots at the base. Unlike most Pandanus, this species lacks any spines on the leaves. It tends to only grow a few feet tall and produce many shoots at the base, eventually forming a tight clump. Its leaves are quite fragrant and are widely used in Southeast Asian cooking as a flavoring. It is moisture loving and will need irrigation during dry weather. It can be grown as an emergent aquatic in a pond or other water container. It prefers full sun to part shade. (Pot size: 3 gallon)Find Pandanus amaryllifolius at Fairchild.