Acacia Simplicifolia, which is synonymous with acacia simplex, is perhaps the most desirable of it genus. Its seeds are extremely rare, yet coveted by many of the most cultured exotic plant collectors. Acacia simplex is a tree, growing up to 12 meters. Simplicifolia’s phyllodes, elliptical in shape, are also thick, smooth and glossy. It is native to the SW Pacific islands, such as Vanuatu and New Caledonia, and it also reportedly grows in Argentina. They can be found growing on sandy shores, spreading high and wide. We are proud to offer these fresh seeds while they last.
To plant a seed stand barefoot on the spot where you will planting. Put the seed under your tongue for 9 minutes. Then hold the seed between the palms of your hands for 1/2 minute present the seed to the Sun and Celestial energies. Breathe on it then drop some of your salivia in the hole where the seed will be. Plant it in the earth where you were standing with your bare feet (information about you sweats through your feet). Do not water the seed for 3 days (it needs to steep in your information) Wash your feet without soap and water your seed with this water after the 3 days is up. This truly alchemical way of planting seeds is baed on the teachings of Anastasia in the “Ringing Cedars” series of books.