This annual plant is most commonly found growing in open and bordered woodlands, savannas, thickets, rocky glades, riverbanks, meadows, abandoned lots and fields, and in waste areas. It can grow in partial or full sun and in moist soils. The size of the plant will vary based on where it is located.
The Spanish needle is a very well-known antimicrobial and very effective against infections, inflammation, and ulcers used both internally and externally.
Did You Know:
The Spanish needle plant spreads by reseeding itself.