Selfheal Plant - Prunella vulgaris - Wildflower
Selfheal - Prunella vulgaris
Approximate height: Up to 30 cm
Flowering time: Mainly May to October
Site and soil type: Any soil type in sun or partial shade
Uses: Decorative, attracts pollinators
Plant size: Large - grown in a 2 litre pot. (For pot size guide, click here)
Also known as Blue Lucy, Carpenter’s herb, Hookweed and Thimble Flower.
Selfheal is an attractive plant with purple flowers and creeping stems which attracts bees and other beneficial insects.
It is easy to grow and a good ground cover plant and may also self-seed and establish itself in grassy areas.
Peat-free, pesticide-free, plastic-free.
All plants are sent to you in an eco-friendly cardboard POSIpot or fibre pot, (made from wood pulp), together with a wooden ID label and care instructions. In both cases these can be planted straight into the ground in the pot which will biodegrade.
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