- Jun 1, 2002Dear Luke
I'm not sure how hardy Tribulus terrestris is, but it can probably be grown
in Britain as an annual crop. Here is an extract from the PFAF database.
We have very little information on this species and are not sure how
successful it will be in Britain. There are conflicting reports on its
hardiness - according to one report it is native to N. France which should
make it hardy in Britain whilst another report says that it is only
hardy in zone 10 which means that it is not frost tolerant. We would
suggest treating it as a frost tender annual and then experimenting with its
hardiness. It is likely to require a well-drained dry to moist soil and is
also likely to be tolerant of maritime exposure.
The plant is very fast growing from seed.
A good bee plant.
The only place I know that can supply seeds is B&T World Seeds. Visit their
web site at www.b-and-t-world-seeds.com for details of availability.
If you do grow the plant, please could you let us know how it fares with you
so that we can learn more about its potential for this country.
----- Original Message -----
From: "tao1uk" <luke_devlin@...>
Sent: Thursday, May 30, 2002 3:42 PM
Subject: [pfaf] introduction
> Hi there, joined not long ago, thought I'd introduce myself. I'm
> Luke, I live in Glasgow, I'm 22, Taoist, martial artist...
> Does anyone know how to get or grow Tribulus terrestris
> (Zygophyllaceae) seeds? As a vegan martial artist I use this herbal
> supplement and it works wonders. Just wondered if it can be grown in
> the UK.
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