Crotalaria cunninghamii is a plant that is native to Australia. It is also known as the "Cunningham's Crotalaria". It has been used for centuries as a natural remedy for various ailments. The seeds of this plant are rich in protein, calcium, and iron.
The plant has a height of about 3 feet and it has an erect stem. The leaves are green in color and they are ovate in shape. The flowers are yellow in color and they grow on spikes.
- Soak seeds in water for 24 hours
- Place the seeds in a container with moist soil and keep them covered with plastic wrap or a wet towel. Keep the container in a warm place where it gets sunlight.
- After 3-4 days, remove the plastic wrap or towel and keep the soil moist but not wet.
- Keep checking on the seeds to ensure that it stays moist.