|Common name||Leopard's bane, Wolf's bane, Mountain Tobacco|
|Therapeutic uses||Its roots and flowers are used to make a tincture or gel that is applied exogenously in the treatments of wounds, bruises, sprains, hair-growth, and chilblains.|
|Germination||Sow in pots and germinate at a temperature of ~ 55°F (13°C). Grow for one year before transplanting outdoors following the last frost.
Sow the seeds in sandy loams but will perform well in most soils as long as it is well drained.
Space plants about 30 cm (12 inches) apart.
Seeds are usually take about a month to germinate, but can take as long as two years.
Also cut back before flowering to keep stems short, and after flowering to produce a secondary bloom.
|Scarification / Stratification||No|
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