• Hyoscyamus aureus 'Golden Henbane' [Ex. Old City Walls, Rhodos, Rhodes, Greece] 200+ SEEDS

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    Hyoscyamus aureus 

    'Golden Henbane'

    [Ex. Old City Walls, Rhodos, Rhodes, Greece] 

    Solanaceae: a biannual or short lived perennial to 60cm. found on cliffs, old walls and ruins. The flowers are bright yellow corolla, with deep purple throat, blooming from March-September. The fruit capsules, up to 13mm long. Native to Eastern Mediterranean to Israel, stonewalls, woodlands, scrubland’s and deserts, montane vegetation of Mt. Hermon.

     

    USES:

    The whole plant is analgesic. Caution all henbane are poisonous.

     

    GROWING INFORMATION:

    Surface sow seeds, keep most, warm and in full sunlight. And seeds should germinate in a few days, very easy. Grow on in a warm, sunny, and well-drained site. As for H. muticus, it will suffer with high humidity.

     

    HARVESTED: 2019

     
    APPROX. 200+ SEEDS