South African plant used for epilepsy, headache, hypertension, and for stomach and bronchial problems. Leaves are brewed as tea or smoked. Extremely ornamental plant with whorls of orange flower spikes to 6 feet. Treat as annual. (Known in Africa as Wild Dagga.)
Sowing depth: For tiny seed cover very lightly, otherwise sow no deeper than 2-4 times the seed diameter. Warm start in flats, early spring.
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