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Arnica chamissonis Open-pollinated. Meadow arnica is a native American species that will grow successfully in low-elevation gardens. A. chamissonis has been tested and is generally accepted as a substitute for the official European Arnica montana. Use the yellow flowers at full flowering either fresh or dried, in compresses and salves as an external remedy on unbroken skin to reduce swelling and bruising caused by traumatic injury, and on arthritic joints. 20" perennial yields well with multiple flower stalks blooming for most of the early season. Surface sow, then stratify seed and give it light to germinate. Start indoors and transplant into humus-rich soil in full sun. Zone 3. ~2,500 seeds/g. Especially attractive to pollinators. ①


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Arnica Chamissonis Seeds

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