Trichostema lanceolatum

Trichostema lanceolatum



  • 3.3′ tall
  • Thrives in dry, nutrient-poor, sun-baked clay soil
  • Oils have phytotoxic properties that kill or injure other plant species
  • Smells of vinegar but can be confused with a similar plant of this same genus that is sweeter smelling (T. lanatum)
  • Can be used as a cold and fever remedy, a pain reliever, and a flea repellent

Photo (c) sarahill – some rights reserved (CC BY-NC)


1 gallon, Annual 4 inch

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