(Morina coulteriana)

Common Name Latin Name Plant Family
Morina coulteriana

The plant is used as an incense[145]. No more details are given.

  • Medicinal Use

    None known

  • Edible Use

    None known

  • Cautionary Notes

    None known

Cultivation & Habitat

Seed – best sown as soon as it is ripe in individual pots to minimize disturbance to the tap root. Overwinter in a well ventilated cold frame[200]. Sow stored seed in early spring in a cold frame[111]. Plant out into their permanent positions in the summer when the plants are at least 15cm tall. Division in spring is possible but very difficult. Divided plants are often extremely slow to re-establish[200]. It is best carried out immediately after the plant flowers[188]. Root cuttings in individual pots in November. Plants are quick to produce foliage but slow to form roots. They are best left in pots for 12 months before planting out[175].
Requires a fertile, humus-rich, moisture retentive but well-drained sandy or gritty soil in a sunny position[1, 111, 200]. Best with a little shade and shelter from high winds[1]. Prefers a slightly acid soil[175]. Plants are hardy to at least -20¡c[187]. Resentful of root disturbance, plants should be placed in their final positions as soon as possible[187]. A long-lived perennial, its flowers are sweetly scented[187].
E. Asia – Himalayas – Pakistan to China..

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