St. John’s Wort- Hypericum perforatum


St. John’s Wort plant is a short, woody shrub that grows about 24 inches tall and has fragrant yellow flowers from mid to late summer. As an herb plant, the oil in the leaves has been used topically for wounds, sunburns, and general aches and pains as well as for treating mild depression and insomnia. Tolerates most soil conditions, but prefers moist and light soils. Fertilizer is only necessary in the poorest of soils, and water in prolonged drought times. Short lived perennial in zones 4-8.

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