Selfheal Seeds


Selfheal is a low-growing perennial wildflower that is often found creeping across grassland and lawns. Appearing from June to October with clusters of violet 5-petaled flowers it provides a nectar source for bees and wasps. In the garden, selfheal is ideal for an area of wildflower lawn or positioned at the front of a border with other low-growing wildflowers such as cowslip, bird’s-foot trefoil, and buttercup, to attract pollinators. It self-seeds easily so deadhead to keep it from spreading.

100% native selfheal wildflower seed grown and harvested in Kent.

Flowers: June to September and is semi-evergreen.
Sow: sow direct where you want the plants to flower at the start of spring before the last frost. Germination is slow and can take up to eight weeks.
Lifecycle: a low-growing perennial herb, selfheal can regenerate itself from rhizomes, short runners that root freely at the nodes.
Best for: moist but well-drained soil, in sun or partial shade. It thrives when surrounded by other low-growing plants and grows extremely well in lawns.
Also known as: common self-heal, heal-all, woundwort, heart-of-the-earth, carpenter’s herb, brownwort, and blue curls.
Latin name: Prunella vulgaris.
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5g, 10g, 25g, 100g, 500g, 1kg


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