These seeds were collected from Stevia rebaudiana, also known as Sweet Herb of Paraguay, and Sweetleaf. This plant likes to live in full sun to partial shade where it grows up to 3 feet high. The flowers are white and purple but can be trimmed to make the leaves sweeter. The leaves can be eaten raw or cooked and taste like licorice. This is the plant that is used to make stevia, a sugar substitute. This annual can be grown in any USDA Hardiness Zones.