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Common Name: Bitter Bloom
Sabatia angularis is a Annual/Biennial up to 1.00 metres tall.
It is harvested from the wild for local use as a food.
Eastern N. America - New York to Ontario, south to Florida and Louisiana.
] in open woods, clearings, fields and prairies[
Requires a moist soil[
This species provides an excellent cut flower[
A tonic tea is obtained from the plant[
]. The part of the plant is not specified.
Seed - best sown as soon as it is ripe in late summer or early autumn. Sow in a peaty soil in a moist shady border or sow in pots in a shady part of the cold frame and keep the soil moist by standing the pot in 2 - 3cm of water[