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Pignut Seeds


"They are something hot and dry in quality; they provoke lust exceedingly, and stir up those sports she is mistress of; the seed is excellent good to provoke urine; and so also is the root, but it does not perform it so forcibly as the seed doth. The root being dried and beaten into powder, and the powder being made into an electuary, is a singular remedy for spitting of blood, as the former chestnut was for coughs."

Cultivation: Sow in April, where the plants are to stand, thin as they grow to some 3 or 4 inches asunder, they succeed well in the open air in any kind of well drained soil, especially in a warm position.

The Sandringham Seed Collection: Thomas Etty Seeds started in Kent in the 1980s and have been providing Sandringham with various heritage seed mixes for some years. The Head Gardener has collaborated with the company to provide a collection of seeds from plants grown in the gardens. Now you can grow your very own Sandringham Garden!


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