Self-Heal (Prunella vulgaris), packet of 50 seeds, organic

(3 customer reviews)

$3.95

Family:  Mint (Lamiaceae)

Hardy to Zones 3 to 9
(Heal-All, Heart-of-the-Earth, Self Heal) Creeping herbaceous perennial, native to the northern hemisphere of Earth.  In the garden or among the grasses on the lawn, a floral focal point or a surprising splash of color that gladdens the heart.  Traditional usage (TWM): astringent, analgesic, antiviral, open sores of the oral mucosa, herpes.  The cob-like cluster of hairy bracts with associated purple corollas are most useful.  Pick at full flowering glory and dry in the shade, then set aside for making tea.   The plant prefers full sun to shade and moist soils.  If you bump them up with organic compost, they can be highly florific and stunning, otherwise a small demure blinking blue eye in the grasses.  Sow seed in early spring or cold-condition in moist medium in the refrigerator (not the freezer) for a week or two before sowing in warm soil.  Really a very easy plant to start and to grow.  Flowers purple from 6 inches to 22 inches, depending on how much compost is used and how much competition is experienced from grasses.  Space plants 1 foot apart.  If kept weeded, they will produce a monotypic colony.
50 seeds/pkt., Certified Organically Grown

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  1. Jean Thomas

    Excellent service

    Jean Thomas (verified owner)

    I have not yet started these seeds. Wanted to comment on how quickly I received my order and how well the seeds were packaged. My area was in the process of getting 4” of rain and the bubble envelope was quite damp when I received it. When I opened it expecting to find damp seed packets, I found them safely enclosed in a cellophane envelope. So pleased with the extra effort in protecting them,

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  2. Dawn Paterson

    easy to grow

    Dawn Paterson

    12 of 12 seeds germinated in 3 weeks this spring.

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