Skullcap Set (3 seed packets): Baikal, Barbat, Official, all organic

$12.90

Family: Mint (Lamiaceae)

Hardy to Zones 6 to 9

A diverse genus of plants that find their way into barefoot medicine wherever they occur worldwide.  Sow fall or early spring.
Consists of one generous packet each of the following: Skullcap, Baikal (Huang-qin) (Scutellaria baicalensis); Skullcap, Barbat (Scutellaria barbata);  Skullcap, Official (Scutellaria lateriflora).

Certified organically grown

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  1. Question

    kelebecs

    Can skullcap survive in the house til next year? I planted late?
    Thank you very much!

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    • Richo Cech

      Richo Cech

      Hello kelebecs, thanks for writing. That sounds like a long incarceration for a plant that really needs to be out in the air, the rain, the sunshine. richo

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    Theresa

    What are the difference between those 4 types of skullcap plant

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    Terry

    Do you ship to Canada?

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    Christine Lockert

    Is skullcap invasive? What are it’s optimum growing conditions?

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    • Richo Cech

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      Hi Christine, Most of us herbalists wish skullcap were a bit more invasive than it is, we never seem to have enough, and frankly Scutellaria seed harvests (all species) are among the most challenging to achieve on the medicinal herb seed farm. Scutellaria lateriflora does creep but also tends to disappear after 2 years. I wouldn’t call any of them invasive (in the sheep sorrel sense) at all. The specific environmental preferences for each species are given in my writeups. Baicalensis likes it dry,lLateriflora and barbata do better with moist soils in the sun to part shade. Richo

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    • Carolyn L Gregory

      Hi Richo, It’s harvest time and I can’t find information on how to harvest scutellaria barbata.

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