Full sun or light shade.
Direct where it is to grow. Cultivate to soften soil and mix in some fine organic matter and blood and bone.
Grow plants in garden beds where leaves can be harvested or as a lawn substitute. Occasional mowing at a high setting will encourage plants to spread sideways. Uses: Infuse flower heads in hot water to make a tea that can be used to relieve morning sickness, colic, stress and pain.