The common self-heal, heal-all, woundwort, heart-of-the-earth, carpenter's herb, brownwort or blue curls
Selfheal is a low-growing, creeping plant that likes the short turf of grasslands, roadside verges or even lawns. Its clusters of violet flowers appear in summer.
An easy to grow plant for any soil in full sun or partial shade. May be considered invasive. Attract bees and other beneficial insects. Good ground cover
Contents: Approximately 1,000 seeds
Average height: 10-50cm
Aspect: Sun or semi-shade
Soil type: all kinds of soils, calcareous and well aerated soils
Sowing time: Spring or autumn
Flowering period: June-September
Did you know?
As its common name suggests, selfheal has a long tradition of being used in herbal medicine for everything from stopping bleeding and healing wounds, to treating heart disease and sore throats.
Our packaging is made from FSC recycled cardboard and environmentally friendly inks. The seed bags are waxed paper or compostable starch to keep seeds in the best condition during storage.