Little plants series II
A post from the Little plants series while I’ll be out and about for a couple of weeks. This dwarf St. John’s wort, Hypericum olympicum f. uniflorum embodies perfectly the heat and blazing sunrays of the summer. Although not employed medicinally like its cousin Hypericum perforatum, it delivers some equally important therapy for the soul & eyes.
Great at the edge of full sun borders, container garden, front of the rockery or even a big trough. Super hardy and easy from seed (very fine seedlings that need just a bit of extra care).