Acmella oleracea Seeds - Toothache Plant - Tropical Perennial- Native to Brazil

$ 2.75
SKU P6661S
Acmella oleracea
  1. PLEASE NOTE: All seeds have been test sown to ensure germination. Please familiarize yourself with growing conditions and instructions for your seeds before you plant them, as all seeds are different. Basic growing instructions can be found under each listing. We Cannot Guarantee how much  you will be able to grow, as too many variables come into play, soil condition, your ability to garden, weather etc. I guarantee that they arrive as described and are in good viable condition and the germination rates are accurate. Because we are not there to plant them, we cannot be responsible for germination failure due to improper planting or climate conditions. Please do your homework.



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  2. Acmella oleracea Plant Seeds
  3. Acmella oleracea is a species of flowering herb in the family Asteraceae. Common names include toothache plant and paracress. In Brazil it is called jambu.
Tropical perennial grown as an annual in the temperate north.  120 days to maturity.  Native to Brazil.  This particular strain is green leaved and has very conical flowers, yellow, with the characteristic bright crimson "fisheye" at the apex., probably the strongest variety for use in medicine. Acmella oleracea  Also known as Paracress, Toothache Plant, Electric Daisy, Electric Buttons, Buzz Buttons, Peek-A-Boo, Eyeball Plant. Acmella oleracea , also known under its old names Spilanthes oleracea and Spilanthes acmella and commonly referred to as Spilanthes Extract, is a flowering herb in the plant family Asteraceae , also known as toothache plant or paracress as the leaves and flower heads contain an analgesic agent spilanthol used to numb toothache. It is native to the tropics of Brazil , and is grown as an ornamental (and occasionally as a medicinal) in various parts of the world. A small, erect plant, it grows quickly and sends up gold and red flower inflorescences. It is frost-sensitive but perennial in warmer climates. Comments:

This looks like a really cool plant. I haven't grown one myself, but now that we have seed in stock (for the first time) I'm going to give it a try.  It is an interesting looking short garden flower. The leaves are quite ornamental and remind me of Hybiscus leaves. The flowers are button like round heads mostly yellow with red centers. These curiosities are well worth growing, if only for the conversation factor!

Growing Info: Scarification: none required. Stratification: none required. Germination: surface sow and keep moist, requires light for germination.

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