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Family:   Valerianaceae
Type:   Perennial
Aspect:   Full sun - part shade
Hardiness:   Hardy
Region:   Native Irish, European
Mature height:   120 cm
Pot size:   9 cm
Plant Care
Spring
Plant out
Autumn
Harvest roots in 1st or 2nd year in spring before growth begins
Winter
Cut back
Traditional Uses
Insomnia
PMT
Fibromyalgia
Stress & anxiety
€ 4.00
THE NURSERY IS CLOSED. New stock added mid December. Orders shipped in April.
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Family:   Scrophulariaceae
Type:   Biennial
Aspect:   Full sun
Hardiness:   Hardy
Region:   Native Irish, European, Asia
Mature height:   150 cm
Pot size:   9 cm
Plant Care
Spring
Sow
Summer
Harvest leaves as needed in first year plants. Harvest flowers in second year plants.
Autumn
Save seed
Winter
Cut back
Traditional Uses
Upper respiratory catarrh
Earache
Sinusitis
Asthma
€ 4.00
THE NURSERY IS CLOSED. New stock added mid December. Orders shipped in April.
Information
Family:   Verbenaceae
Type:   Perennial
Aspect:   Full sun - part shade
Hardiness:   Hardy
Region:   Native Irish, European
Mature height:   75 cm
Pot size:   9 cm
Plant Care
Spring
Plant out
Summer
Harvest whole aerial parts when in full flower
Autumn
Save seed
Winter
Cut back
Traditional Uses
Stress & anxiety
Depression
Liver conditions
Kidney and bladder complaints
€ 4.00
THE NURSERY IS CLOSED. New stock added mid December. Orders shipped in April.
Information
Family:   Scrophulariaceae
Type:   Perennial
Aspect:   Full sun
Hardiness:   Hardy
Region:   Americas
Mature height:   120 cm
Pot size:   9 cm
Plant Care
Spring
Divide plant
Autumn
Cut back back once dormant
Winter
Harvest root
Traditional Uses
Constipation
Colitis
Gallstones and hepatitis
€ 5.00
THE NURSERY IS CLOSED. New stock added mid December. Orders shipped in April.
Information
Family:   Caprifoliaceae
Type:   Perennial
Aspect:   Full sun - part shade
Hardiness:   Hardy
Mature height:   200 cm
Pot size:   9 cm
Region:   Native Irish, European
Plant Care
Spring
Plant out tree, harvest bark on 2-3 year growth
Winter
Cut back in late winter to keep compact
Traditional Uses
Menstrual disorders
High blood pressure
Muscular cramps
Endometriosis
€ 5.00
THE NURSERY IS CLOSED. New stock added mid December. Orders shipped in April.
Information
Family:   Apocynaceae
Type:   Perennial
Aspect:   Full sun
Hardiness:   Hardy
Region:   European
Mature height:   60 cm
Pot size:   9 cm
Plant Care
Spring
Plant out
Summer
Harvest whole aerial parts when in full flower
Autumn
Save seed
Winter
Cut back
Traditional Uses
Heavy periods
Nose bleeds
Haemorrhoids
€ 4.00
THE NURSERY IS CLOSED. New stock added mid December. Orders shipped in April.
Information
Family:   Violaceae
Type:   Perennial
Aspect:   Part shade, full shade
Hardiness:   Hardy
Region:   European
Mature height:   20 cm
Pot size:   9 cm
Plant Care
Spring
Will self seed on disturbed ground
Summer
Harvest flowers
Winter
Divide plants
Traditional Uses
skin conditions
€ 4.00
THE NURSERY IS CLOSED. New stock added mid December. Orders shipped in April.
Information
Family:   Violaceae
Type:   Annual
Aspect:   Full sun - part shade
Hardiness:   Hardy
Region:   Native Irish, European, Africa, Asia
Mature height:   10 cm
Pot size:   9 cm
Plant Care
Spring
Sow
Summer
Divide plants and pot up or plant out into garden
Autumn
Save seed
Winter
Remove
Traditional Uses
Pruritis
Whooping cough
Eczema
Impetigo
€ 3.00
THE NURSERY IS CLOSED. New stock added mid December. Orders shipped in April.
Information
Family:   Verbenaceae
Type:   Perennial
Aspect:   Full sun
Hardiness:   Hardy
Region:   European, Asia
Mature height:   180 cm
Pot size:   9 cm
Plant Care
Spring
Plant out, in sunny south facing location
Winter
Cut back if you want a compact plant in late winter
Traditional Uses
Menstrual irregularity
Fertility
Hormonal imblance
Acne
€ 7.00
THE NURSERY IS CLOSED. New stock added mid December. Orders shipped in April.