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Gaea's Blessing Seeds - Stinging Nettle Seeds 2100+ Seeds Non-GMO Open-Pollinated Heirloom 95% Germination Rate 360mg

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Features

  • Urtica dioica - Non-GMO - Open-Pollinated - High Germination Rate - 95% with the current 2019 lot.
  • Tasty and no longer stings when cooked - young shoots taste like spinach - rich in vitamins, minerals, and in iron!
  • A foundation of biodynamic gardening - grows well in most climates!
  • Used in herbal medicine as a medicinal shampoo and reputed to alleviate symptoms in cases of arthritis, enlarged prostate, and many other ailments.
  • Gaea's Blessing is based in Illinois, USA. We are committed to promoting sustainable growing methods, to protecting the biodiversity of our planet, to doing our best to ensure the wellness of the environment, and above all, to ensuring our customers' satisfaction. As adopters of the Safe Seed Pledge, we do not consciously buy or sell seeds that have been genetically modified.

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Urtica dioica - Non-GMO - Open-Pollinated Biodynamic gardeners use stinging nettles to increase the potency of neighboring herbs, and to stimulate humus formation. An indicator of very fertile soil where it volunteers. Young shoots and leaves are delicious steamed as spring greens, very high in minerals. It also makes a great hair rinse or dry chicken feed. Choose your spot carefully; the spreading rhizomes as well as the leaves can sting. Cooking or drying removes the sting and young shoots taste like spinach, rich in vitamins and iron. Plant in damp rich soil with high nitrogen content; especially likes composted manure piles or the leaky side of your lushest compost bin. Chill seeds before sowing to improve germination. Takes 10-14 days to come up, harvest in about 45 days, and grows 3-6'. Perennial.