Also called Wild Dagga or Lion’s Ear. Sow from late spring to early autumn and transplant seedlings out 20cm apart. Prefers full sun, will grow to 180cm tall. Flowers profusely late summer and autumn. Loved by bees and other insects. Originally from Africa, Lion’s Tail was used in ceremony for it’s mildly psychotropic effects. It has many uses in the herbal kitchen including teas. All our seeds are sustainably harvested from our spray-free wild native & food forest, Banks Peninsula, NZ
Sow by March 2023.
Approx 20 seeds.