|Re-emerges robustly in mid-spring |
Mostly known as an herb used in traditional Chinese medicine. Sounds like it may also be quite garden-worthy for its ornamental features, which include attractively lobed leaves and umbels of white flowers.
||dong quai; female ginseng
This plant used to grow in our garden, but it slipped away...
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- Seed from HPS/MAG '09/'10 exchange. Baggy 35F (4w) - 70F (3%G, 10d). Baggy 70F (3w; 3%G, 18d) - 35F (5w) - 70F (8%G, 6-14d)
Most likely seed is short-viable, and is best sown shortly after it ripens, or at least stored cold until time of sowing.
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May 04, 2014