Trachymene pilosa – Wild Parsnip (seed)
A member of the Apiaceae family native to subtropical and temperate parts of the Australian east coast in WA, SA, VIC and QLD. Growing in colonies on sandy and low fertility coastal heath soils and rocky outcrop country. Locally common.
Reported to be edible like Trachymene incisa.
Care and Cultivation of Trachymene pilosa
Sow Trachymene pilosa seeds lightly pressed into soil surface or just under surface of free draining seed raising mix. Keep moist until germination. Transplant once crowding begins or roots fill pots. Full sun to part shade position. Drought tolerant. Can be used as succulent bonsai although I can’t attest to its longevity in cultivation.
25 seeds per packet (WA provenance)
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