St Johns Wort – Hypericum perforatum
An native and interesting wildflower perennial herb for the garden.
An easy to grow native of medows, verges, wasteland and open woodland.
Upright stems with opposite small oval leaves, giving way to clusters of yellow star flowers from June to September.
Grows about 2ft in sunny or partial shade, well drained soil, tolerates moisture.
- Traditional medicinal uses in homeopathy.
- Dye plant
- Pollinator and benificial insects