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EDIT: When I asked them what to do for the very sorry looking plants, they just responded with “contact customer service.” Okay. Aren’t you supposed to be customer service on FB messenger too??

My experience … Ещё has been nothing but frustrating with them! And it really feels like they don’t care. :/

I hate leaving reviews that are negative in any way, but my experience has just kinda sucked overall.

When I tried to get in touch initially, because USPS hadn’t scanned my package containing live plants for about 6 days – it just really seemed like they did not care when they responded. They didn’t bother looking into why USPS was saying they didn’t have it. They only bothered to vaguely respond… Ещё

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Strictly Medicinal Seeds Astragalus

Family: Legume (Fabaceae)

Hardy to Zones 4 to 10 (mulch heavily in colder zones)

(Astragalus membranaceus = Astragalus propinquus, the Chinese herb Huang-qi, Huang qi) Herbaceous perennial native to China.

Traditional usage (TCM): increase vital energy and protect against illness.

Plants get quite large, flowering to 6 feet, with yellow flowers giving way to pea-like follicles. Plant is a sturdy survivor, and prefers full sun, average soil, and good drainage.

Scarify seed lightly on medium grit sandpaper and soak overnight in mycoblast tea or kelp tea, which encourages eventual n-fixing nodulation.

Direct seed in early spring, or give 20 days cold, moist refrigeration and then sow cool. Germ in 3 to 10 days.

Gallery photo of seeds with roots extending was made possible by scarifying seeds and placing outdoors for 20 days in January, then bringing into greenhouse for germination.

Thin to 6 inches apart. Plants flower yellow-white to 6 feet tall.

Family: Legume (Fabaceae) Hardy to Zones 4 to 10 (mulch heavily in colder zones) (Astragalus membranaceus = Astragalus propinquus, the Chinese herb Huang-qi, Huang qi) Herbaceous perennial native to China. Traditional usage (TCM): increase vital energy and protect against illness. Plants get quite large, flowering to