Dang-gui (Angelica sinensis), packet of 20 seeds, Organic

$3.95

Family:  Carrot (Apiacea)
Hardy to Zones 5 to 9
(Tang-kuei, Dong-quai, Dang Gui) Herbaceous monocarp native to China.  Deeply cut leaves unfold from the meaty crown, subtended by the characteristically smoky smelling root, giving rise to the flowers that unfold and adorn the plant in late fall and sometimes make their seed after winter has commenced.  Traditional usage (TCM):  considered one of the most useful women’s herbs–balances and regulates hormones.  Plant prefers part shade and moist soils. Sow seed in fall or early spring, on surface of soil, and press in well, and keep moist until germination.   Cold soil germinator. Space plants 1 foot apart.

20 seeds per packet, Certified Organically Grown

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    Cliff Greene

    Do you think you might have Angelica sinensis seeds avail. this Fall/ Winter 2018?
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      Hi Cliff, I hope so, the Indian Summer has hit and we have flowers on the mullein and seeds sprouting everywhere. Ashitaba seed and Dang-gui seeds are swelling. Nature willing, we will have them both.
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    Richo Cech

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    More notes specific to this plant:  In China, the flowering stems are cut back to drive more energy to the root. The plant is carefully nurtured and fertilized in the first year to produce a large root.  The root is then dug and overwintered in the cellar and replanted the following spirng.  In the fall, when the aerial parts begin to go yellow, the root is dug and cleaned of earth, dried for 2 to 3 days until they become soft.  Fibrous roots are trimmed off, leaving only the central, carrot-like root.  The roots are then pierced and hung on a string in a smoke-filled room.  They are heated and dried in this environment until they attain the appearance of the commercial root, which is familiar to most practitioners of TCM:  Main root thick and long, outer skin yellow-brown with an oily sheen, cross-section yellow-white color, strong smoky fragrance. 

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    • Ashley

      Where are these seeds grown?

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    • Richo Cech

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      Williams, Oregon, USA

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