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Spiraea ulmaria


Meadowsweet brings such a calm and whimsical presence wherever they grow. Growing 4-6 feet tall and producing tons of large, delicious smelling flowers from July-September, she is one to try for sure! The flower shape and size attract very interesting polliators and the blooms are covered not only with bees but a whole host of other pollinators.


Start indoors in cool Spring weather if possible and transplant out in late Spring. The seed takes 14-18 days to germinate so don’t give up!  They have naturally low germination so I include lots of seed.  


I grow them for beauty and for pollinators but consult your favorite herbal resources for information about the medicinal uses of Meadowsweet.


Packet contains ~200 seeds

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