Tags: Certified Organic Heirloom Open Pollinated

Growing Practices: No Pesticides No Herbicides No Fungicides No Synthetic Fertilizers

Latin Name: Withania somnifera

Days to Maturity: 200

Description:

A medicinal herb grown for its earthy, pungent roots, which are dried and powdered or brewed as an herbal tea for its adaptogenic effects. Ashwagandha is related to eggplant and can be grown in much the same way, setting plants outside after all danger of frost has passed. Roots are ready for harvest once plants have produced small red husked berries, which contain the seeds.


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    Just ordered some seed from you. I've loved seeing yall's successes there at Feral Farm and seeing what you are up to. Any specific advice on growing this herb?

    Posted by Tom White on 01/24/2021

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    • Hey Tom! Thanks so much!! I would say to grow it just like you would grow eggplant - it's a very similar plant. Make sure the soil is nice and loose, which will help with digging up the roots at the end of the season.

      Posted by Cacia Huff on 01/24/2021

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Ashwaganda

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Feral Farm

Jacksonville, OR, United States (Zone 9a)
Established in 2017
2.60 acres in production

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