It will develop better on cool and well-drained soils.
It is used to decorate the gardens, borders and flowerbeds but also as a cutflower. It has astringent, diuretic and antipyretic properties. The seeds grounded and macerated in olive oil are used against louse. In the Antiquity it was used to stimulate appetite, as a diuretic and as an anti-perspirant.
It needs 3 waterings per week and more in case of drought.
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