Cech, Richo
March 2009
American Herb Association Quarterly Newsletter;Late Winter2009, Vol. 24 Issue 2, p3
The article offers tips on how to plant and grow Spilanthes acmella. It suggests to sow the seed during early spring in a greenhouse by dispersing the seed on the surface of a gallon pot. It recommends to pot the seedlings once the seedlings develop their second set of true leaves. It states that Spilanthes opts a sunny exposure and moist, composted soil.


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