30 seeds for Devil's Claw from plants growing wild in Texas. Planting instructions -- have a hard coating like many seeds, so soaking in warm water for 24 hours helps germination. As with many seeds, you will usually have greater success by just planting the seeds where you want them and let mother nature take its course and the plants will germinate when they are ready. Rain, wind, sun, heat and cold do the trick. Planting depth -- just barely cover with soil. Devil's claw does well under very dry conditions and can wilt or even die with too much artificial watering.
Also known as devil's horn, ram's horn and unicorn plant.