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Arnica is a difficult plant to grow, but well worth it. This plant prefers sandy acid soils, rich in humus. Arnica grows in the central and northern parts of the Northern Hemisphere. It is slow to germinate, sometimes taking as long as two years, so the best way to propagate it is by root division in the spring. Arnica produces large daisy-like flowers in the mid-summer to early autumn. This is a protected plant in Europe.
|Sheri Ann Richerson|