White Horehound is a perennial plant that grows around 40 centimetres in height and is used in herbalism; it produces heart-shaped leaves and upright shoots. This variety has a very unique aroma, while its abundant little white flowers appear throughout the summer and make lovely round forms at the corners of the leaves. Used for medicinal purposes, the leaves and shoots, once dried, are an excellent expectorant and a remedy for digestive disorders. White Horehound is recommended to be grown in flower or perennial beds and in flower compositions.
Growing: sow the seeds in covered pallet planters or in planter boxes from April to May. The seeds germinate in two to three weeks. Plant out into a permanent position in 30x30cm spacings in the autumn. This variety is relatively little demanding as far as the type of soil is concerned; it loves sunny positions.
Each packet contains 0.1g of seeds.
Each packet includes a growing guide and a sow-by date.
Approximately 100 seeds (+/- 20%)