Short-lived, nitrogen-fixing perennial, excellent for improving soil, attracting bees and other pollinators! Its roots seek nutrients deep in the soil. The flowers are excellent for flavoring herbal tea. Appreciated for its medicinal properties such as depurative, diuretic, cough suppressant, choleretic and antispasmodic.
Direct sowing 5 mm deep, in spring after the last frosts or from August to early October.
Our seeds are reproducible. You can preserve them and share them around you.
Old and open-pollinated varieties grown naturally in the garden.
Let's take care of life, one seed at a time!