Hypericum perforatum. A highly sought-after medicinal herb, mainly used as an herbal treatment for depression and mood disorders. Plants resemble a small delicate shrub that grow in clusters with attractive yellow flowers, flowering early in the summer. Low Maintenance. Deer Resistant. Attracts Pollinators.
*Please plant responsibly* St. John's Wort can exhibit slight invasive characteristics in North America. It is encouraged to plant St. John's Wort in controlled areas.
Minimum 250 seeds per packet (0.05g)
Sow seeds directly outdoors in fall or spring. If starting indoors, cold stratify seeds for 3-4 months, then plant 8-10 weeks before the last frost. Plant them shallowly, as light aids germination. Transplant seedlings after frost, and be patient—the first-year growth is slow. Germination in 14-28 days.