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SEEDS OF BUCKSHORN PLANTAIN - PLANTAGO CORONOPUS

The root of Buckshorn Plantain is simple, long and narrow with some rootlets. The leaves have a central nerve and a deep division near the base. The flower spikes appear between May and July, and are slender, with numerous yellow flowers.

Medicinal plant, used in restoration work, groundcover.

Seeds/gr: 5800
3,00  without VAT (10%)

Calendar Calendar

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Sow outdoors
Flowering
Average germination (%) 40
Climate Zone Mediterranean, Warm areas
Flower colour Yellow
Hardiness Drought resistant, Half-hardy (tolerates temperatures down to 0ºC)
Plant use Coastal garden, Culinary, Edging, Edible, Erosion control, Medicinal, Restoration, Riverbanks, Rock garden
Seeds per gram 5.800
Soil - Moisture Well-drained
Soil - Ph Alkaline
Soil - Type Light, Loam
Sunlight - Exposure Sun

Direct sowing in spring and autumn.

The extracts of this plant exert an antibacterial effect. It is applied as a pectoral remedy. It has traditionally been considered as an anti-inflammatory, both in the form of eye baths or gargles, and in poultices in case of wounds. This anti-inflammatory effect is closely linked to its astringent property.

This plant livesnaturally in marine cliffs, marshes and areas subject to the trampling of cattle, all over the Western and Southern Coasts of Europe, from Sweden to North Africa.

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