Agrimony, Common (Agrimonia eupatoria) Seeds

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Agrimony, Common (Agrimonia eupatoria) Seeds

Common Agrimony is an attractive, medium height meadow plant. Its yellow flowers on tall spires are ideally placed for bees and a number species of wild birds. Steeped in British folklore, legend has it that placing a common agrimony flower under one's head will cause them to sleep until it is taken away.

  • Type: Perennial
  • Height: 40-80cm
  • Flowers: June to September
  • Best sown: Autumn
  • Soil requirement: Neutral, well-drained
  • Light requirement: Full sun or partial shade
  • Natural habitat: Southern UK, grassland, meadows, roadsides
  • Also known as: Church Steeples, Sticklewort, Aaron's Rod, Clot-Bur, Fairy's Wand, Money-In-Both-Pockets, Salt-And-Pepper, Sweethearts
  • Seeds per gram: 60
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