Stachys palustris (Marsh Woundwort)

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Stachys palustris (Marsh Woundwort) is a very invasive plant with coarse bristly stems topped with mauve mint-like flowers.

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Stachys palustris (Marsh Woundwort) is a very invasive plant of damp ground and pond margins, the running white rootstock sends up coarse bristly stems topped with mauve mint-like flowers. A good one for larger wildlife areas and very good for pollinators but probably not suitable for small pond areas. The fragile white shoots emerge from an impossibly unpromising squishy stem and brittle roots remaining from the previous year, so I can’t send bare root plants out very early in the season. This is one of the few plants that I prefer to send in pots for better planting success at all times of year.

Plant max height CM Planting depth cm Flowering from month Flowering to month Availability from month Availability to month
1200 0-10 7 9 5 9
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1 x bare root, 3 x bare root, 10 x bare root, 1 x P9 pot, 3 x P9 pot, 1 x 1 litre pot, 3 x 1 litre pot, 1 x 2 litre pot, 1 x 3 litre pot, 1 x 3.5 litre pot

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