In the country of Africa, there is a line of plants that belong to what is called the mint family. One specific line of plants that stem off for this group is called the wild dagga group. Wild daggas are big perennials, and they come equipped with tall stalks that are softened by vibrant, orange flowers. They are often used as tobacco substitutes, and they can even be used as pain relievers due to its medicinal properties.
- The wild dagga is a part of a group of South African plants known as a group of mint varieties.
- The plant’s appearance is a tall, bold stem with beautiful orange flowers that appear when it blooms.
- The wild dagga is typically found along the east coast of Cape Province or Natal.
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