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Eyebright Euphrasia nemorosa 2000 seeds
[WF063]

Eyebright Euphrasia nemorosa 2000 seeds
Annual
Euphrasia nemorosa
Hgt up to 30cm Flowers July to September
Natural habitat chalky pastures and moist grassland. A wild flower / medicinal herb dating back to the 14th century for 'all evils of the eye' once used for the treatment of sore eyes. Flowers are often white with a yellow spot and streaked with purple but can vary. The leaves have a slightly bitter flavour, they could be added to salads. Sow in spring, a semi-parasitic plant growing on the roots of grass, is best sown in spring amongst grass in a moist situation, preferring a semi shaded position.

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Sowing Information
Common/Latin Name: Euphrasia nemorosa
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Temperature: Sow Spring
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Advice: General sowing information: A semi-parasitic plant growing on the roots of grass, is best sown in spring amongst grass in a moist situation, prefering a semi shaded position


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