Agrimony, Church Steeples, Churchsteeples, Cockeburr, Common Agrimony, Sticklewort, Stickwort
In Stock: 0.497 lb (Total:0.555lb)
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Scarification: Soak in water, let stand in water for 24 hours
Stratification: cold stratify for 30 days
Germination: sow seed 1/4" deep, tamp the soil, mulch the seed bed
Other: stratification improves germination, but is not required
Agrimonia eupatoria, also known as common agrimony, church steeples, or sticklewort, is a perennial herbaceous plant with yellow flowers that bloom from June to September. The whole plant is dark green with numerous soft hairs. The flower spikes have a spicy odor like apricots, and the plant is a food source for the caterpillars of the snout moth Endotricha flammealis. A refreshing tea can be made from the fresh or dried leaves, flowers, and stems, which has a delicate aroma and was formerly very popular either on its own or added to China tea. Agrimony is known to contain volatile oils, flavonoids, tannins, triterpene glycosides, and more, making it a valuable addition to many natural remedies. In folklore, it was said to cure musket wounds and ward off witchcraft. The plant has been used to make dye with a golden-yellow hue. Experience the benefits of agrimony eupatoria by trying its tea or simply admiring its beauty in your garden.