Growth- Herbaceous Perennial
Size- 250cm – 350cm approx.
Position- Partial Sun, Woodland
Seed Count- 5 approx
A native of southern European mountain regions. Fragrant, vital plant growth, robust and hardy. Very good climber with rich bloom in summer. Historical Introduced as a medicinal plant in England by Hugh Morgan mid-16th century.
Sometimes it takes one year or longer before germination starts. To best avoid drying out, this seed must be placed in layers of wet sand – alternately a thin layer of seeds and a layer of well-moistened sand, etc. They have to be kept in the shade to benefit from weather effects – especially winter. A fine wire mesh will protect them from mice and birds. When germination has started, the seeds must be sown immediately in the prepared bed with the moist sand.