Hands on Organics

$ 5.00


Valeriana officinalis – Perennial  

We have found that common Valerian naturalizes quite well here in western Oregon, dying back in winter and re-growing vigorously in spring, then flowering in May with 5-6’ tall flower stalks with open clusters of diminutive but very aromatic pink/white flowers. The roots are traditionally used as sedative, painkiller and sleep aid. The flowers are also used in the making of one of the Biodynamic compost preparations.  HOO

Packet Weight: (.1g ≈ 100 seeds)

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