…of deep violet-blue blooms make a great choice for the front of borders and will serve as excellent ground cover as wellOften known as 'self heal- the foliage was used to stop bleeding in medieval times - this charming plant will attract bees and butterflies to the garden
…creeping habit making it excellent for ground-cover, steep banks and wildlife gardens. Commonly found in grassland and woodland clearings, self-heal has a long history of medicinal use; the foliage was traditionally used to help heal wounds or treat sore throats. Height: 30cm (12")…
…year after year whilst the annuals will happily self seed and reappear again and again. It's that simple! Collection includes; Foxglove, Self-Heal, Lady's Bedstraw, Ox-eye Daisy, Cornflower, Ragged Robin, Field Scabious, Common Knapweed, Meadow Buttercup and Teasel
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