OTHER COMMON NAMES: Marsh Woundwort / Hedge Nettle / Marsh Hedgenettle
SCIENTIFIC NAME: Stachys Palustris syn. Stachys Palustris Homotricha
COLOR: Pinkish Purple with White & Darker Spots
PLANT SEEDS: When soil temp warms to 70F
BLOOM TIME: July - Sept
HARDINESS ZONE: 3 - 9
PLANT HEIGHT: 12 - 18"
PLANT SPACING: 12 - 15"
LIGHT REQUIREMENTS: Sun - Part Shade
SOIL & WATER PREFERENCES: Boggy
QUANTITY: 25 Seeds
OTHER: Woundwort is an herb with traditional medicinal uses, most commonly used to heal wounds. This stachys is native to Eurasia but has long been naturalized in the US. They are naturally found near lake shores, or in marshes & damp meadows. Woundwort prefers these types of moist soil, but can also grow in average conditions. The plants are very ornamental with bright pinkish purple flowers blooming in pyramid shaped spikes over the foliage. The flowers also provide nectar for bumble bees who love em.
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Feb 13, 2021
Great looking seeds and fast shipping. Thank you.
Dec 12, 2020
Feb 8, 2020
I am so grateful to have these seeds. I am waiting until spring to germinate them, but am so excited to add this to my medicinal herb garden!