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Prunella laciniata(White Selfheal) Herb Plant

£6.50

Some Herbs may be too tall for our standard packaging and will be trimmed to fit. This will not be detrimental to the plant but will mean that these herbs will flower later in the year.

The Blister packs used to protect our beautiful herbs during transit are made from 100% recycled plastic and can be recycled kerbside.

White Selfheal (Prunella laciniata) Herb in 9cm Pot

Prunella laciniata is a small , slow spreading , semi-evergreen plant related to prunella vulgaris also known as self-heal. It is rare to be found in the wild in the UK. It has white flowers similar in appearance to a snapdragon

White Selfheal is an absolutely lovely variety and definitely deserves its place in your garden. This robust plant with a creeping habit has large, snap-dragon like, white blooms from mid summer to mid autumn. It is an excellent planting partner with other low growers like lungwort and creeping pennyroyal. An excellent variety and certainly one to be tried.

Herb Usage

Self-Heal has long featured in herbal medicine where it was used to treat disorders of the liver. It's common name of Self-heal denotes its use in Europe for mending wounds. The Flowered stems were also used they were dried and used in infusions to treat sore throats and inflamed gums.

Buy White Selfheal Online

Our potted White Selfheal herb plants are generally available to buy Online between March and September.

 

 

Prunella laciniata(White Selfheal) Herb Plant
Aspect/Site Full sun/Partial shade
Soil Type Well-drained fertile soil
Flower Colour White
Height 15cm
Spread 20cm
Latin Name Prunella laciniata
Hardiness RHS rating H7 - Very hardy
Culinary None
Scented None
Medicinal/Cosmetic Infusion
Flowering/Harvest/Interest Summer
Special Features Pollinator Friendly
Type of Garden Container/Patio
  • 5
    Excellent service

    Posted by Unknown on 15th May 2020

    All plants arrived quickly, well-packaged, and in top condition. This is a good, well-rooted plant, already putting on growth in its new home.