S:t John"™s WortHypericum perforatum
belongs to a family of its own, Hypericaceae, and grows wild as far north as the Dalecarlia river. It is perennial and hardy with lemon-scented, yellow flowers on 30-50 cm tall stalks. It is used for dyeing and medicines and as a herb to flavour vodka. It\'s also used for tender leaves in salads.
SOWING: Sow directly or pre-cultivate! The small seeds are sown very shallowly.
SEEDS: 9000 seeds/g, one portion yields 3-400 seedlings.