St Johns Wort - Hypericum perforatum

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Botanical Latin Name: Hypericum perforatum Common Name: St. John’s wart Sun Exposure: dappled shade or full sun Hardiness Zones: 4-8 Mature Height:v12-36 inches Spread: creeping Spacing: invasive, needs plenty of room Growth Rate: fast growing

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St Johns Wort

Botanical Latin Name: Hypericum perforatum 
Common Name: St. John’s wart 
Sun Exposure: dappled shade or full sun 
Hardiness Zones: 4-8 
Mature Height:v12-36 inches 
Spread: creeping 
Spacing: invasive, needs plenty of room 
Growth Rate: fast growing 
Flowering Time: summer blooms June to August 
How Long It Flowers: flowers are in bloom from spring to late summer 
Flower Color: golden yellow 
Soil Requirements: slightly acidic with a pH of 5.5 to 7, gravely 
Pruning: rarely, low maintenance, prune in later winter 
Flower Form: grow in clusters, numerous clusters on the end of each brand. Five petals with small dots in the center, long pistils in the center of the flower cluster flowers are editable. Leave have translucent dots when held up to the light. Leaves of the plant are narrow and long. Plants have many uses. Leave can be put in a salad and eaten. Plants are used as a natural mood enhancer and to treat depression. It is dried out and made into supplements. St Johns Wort flowers are also used to make healing oils.
St Johns Wort 


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