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Regions 1,2,3,4,5,6 ex FL - Dry-Med
Wild Quinine is a 2' to 4' tall native perennial with large toothed basal leaves, with leaves becoming smaller up the stalk, and clusters of small white button-like flowers on terminal branching stems. Wild Quinine grows best in dry to medium soils and prefers full sun sites. Usually found in dry prairies, fields, and dry open woods. Wild Quinine is easily established from seed and is a good, long flowering, plant for native gardens, accent gardens, and wildflower meadows. This is a good pollinator plant, especially for beetles. Native Americans used Wild Quinine for a variety of medicinal purposes, and during WWI the plant was a substitute raw material source used to produce quinine for malarial treatments.
Prices listed are based on pure live seed weight, not bulk weight. You are only paying for viable seed.