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Circaea lutetiana or Enchanter's Nightshade is a plant in the evening primrose family, Onagraceae.
Enchanter's Nightshade is a perennial herbaceous plant with opposite, simple leaves, on slender, green stems.
The flowers are white, borne in summer.
The Circaea plant is native to Europe, Middle Asia and Siberia.
Circaea lutetiana herb has been used in the traditional Austrian medicine internally as tea, or externally as cold maceration in ethanol, for treatment of rheumatism, gout, infections, and fever.
Sowing seeds of Circaea lutetiana:
Sow your Circacea luteniana seeds in lots of 3 or 4 in small jars filled with fine soil, stratify your seeds naturally leaving them outside in the winter or artificially in the refrigerator for 2 weeks.
To finish, place your plants of Circacea lutetiana in the garden and a place half-shade or in larger pots.
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