Specific charges will be displayed during checkout.Sow the seeds at the time and rate specified in the product description. Inoculate with #9321 or #9359 for best performance. Cowpeas can also be used for underseeding in spring crops and tilled under...
The seed can be tricky to germinate, but once established the plant is tenacious. It was the origin of the French herbal lotion , one of the first treatments for gunshot wounds. Some studies have indicated it may promote clotting.
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Sow seeds outdoors in shallow trenches in Spring, thinning seedlings to six to nine inches apart when they appear. The young leaves and petals can be added to salads. Flower buds can be pickled in vinegar and used in place of capers.
Fresh leaves burst of lemon when squeezed. Good oil content at about 0.2%. Proven effective against herpes. Fresh chopped leaves are also interesting in salads, soups and stews. QUEDLINGBURGER is a taller variety, up to 50-60cm high.
Finally, here is a lemon catnip that truly smells of lemons. What a wonderful way to sip tea before bedtime to help you sleep! For years we have carried ‘Lemon Catnip' and while it had a perceptable hint of lemon, it never quite lived up to its name.
(Common Elderberry) Source of fruit for elderberry wine, pie and jelly, possesses extraordinary powers as a virus and bacteria fighter. Very similar to American elder in appearance and used in the same ways.
When to Sow: Spring/Late Summer/Early Fall
Ease of Germination: Difficult/Special Treatment Required
(Che qian) Very similar to greater plantain (P. Seeds are used to promote urination and to clear heat. Specially noted for correcting eye problems caused by deficient liver and kidneys (such as dry eyes or cataracts) or excess heat in the liver channel...
The small round fruit, 7cm/3" in diameter, are eaten when green, and when they turn orange they are good for stuffing. Stunning red-orange heirloom variety from Turkey. Heavy yields and insect resistant.
Unlike its nasty distant cousin, the stinging nettle, this nettle does not sting which explains the name. Flowers and foliage stop hemorrhages; tea is useful against chills as it acts on the kidneys and induces sweating.