Hello City, I was searching online for a new plant to grow (i'm looking at a tree like plant) and anyways I came across this: <TABLE cellSpacing=0 cellPadding=6 width=750 border=1><TBODY><TR><TD width=240>Stevia rebaudiana Stevia </TD><TD width=140></TD><TD>30 Times Sweeter than Sugar (Sweet Leaf - Honey Leaf) Stevia is a remarkable plant that is used in many parts of the world as a natural herbal sweetener. In Japan, for example, about 40% of the sweetener market is stevia-based. Stevia leaves are 30 times sweeter than sugar but contain virtually no calories. It is native to South America, where its use as a sweetener has been known for at least 1,500 years. In the U.S., due to pressure from the powerful sugar lobby, Stevia is regulated by the FDA and may be offered only as a dietary supplement (or skin care product) but not as a food additive or sweetener. Stevia is a tender, perennial herb that is usually grown as an annual but may be overwintered indoors. Full sun to part shade, grows to a height of about 30 inches. </TD></TR></TBODY></TABLE> It's messed up how theres so much shit out there that is actually good for you and the goverment is still against it because some one will loose out on some money.