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Dracocephalum moldavicum – Moldavian Mint (seed)


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Dracocephalum moldavicum, also called Moldavian Mint or Moldavian Dragonhead. Lamiaceae family. Native from Eastern Europe to Siberia. To 60cm tall. The leaves are used in place of Lemon Balm (Melissa officinalis) and are a fantastic replacement. Moldavian Mint makes a very fine herbal tea useful for colds and flu. Flowers are a striking purple colour.

Care and Cultivation of Dracocephalum moldavicum

Dracocephalum moldavicum seed can be sown in spring, just under the surface of a well drained mix in full sun to part shade. Germinates in 7-14 days. Transplant when seedlings begin to crowd each other. Prefers a part or full sun and well-drained position. Fertilise regularly over the growing season to encourage flowers.

25 seeds per packet


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