Leonotis leonorus WILD-DAGGA (plant)


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Wild dagga also called lion's tail or Leonotis leonorus is an ethnobotanical plant that grows in southeast Africa.
It is a not very hardy perennial plant with beautiful orange flowering in summer.
It measures approximately 1.50m in height at the end of summer.

Its leaves and flowers produce Leonurine, a substance with very relaxing and soothing properties.
Also, it is a plant widely used in traditional African medicine.

Wild dagga plant
10 to 20 cm high.

As soon as you receive the plant, transplant it into a 5 liter pot with good horticultural soil.
Remember to drain the substrate and the bottom of the pot.
Water copiously from planting and place it in a shaded place for a short week to acclimatize it to its new environment.
Finally, find a place in full sun where it can flower properly throughout the summer period.

You can also, if you live in a region with a mild climate, plant your plant directly in the ground in a very sunny location.

  • Rapid growth, average height approximately 1.50 m in open ground.
  • Magnificent orange flowers during the summer period.
  • Very original because this plant remains rare in France.
  • Perennial plant if brought in before the winter period.
  • Relaxing and soothing properties.

Also available in package form for sale to sow.
Do not consume without medical advice.


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Leonotis leonorus WILD-DAGGA (plant)

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