Valeriana, Common Valerian

Bloom time: June to August

Height: 4-5'

Exposure: Full sun

Growing information: 

Common Valerian, also known as Valeriana officinalis, is a versatile and beneficial plant that every gardening enthusiast should consider growing. With its beautiful flowers and medicinal properties, it is a valuable addition to any garden.

The fragrant flowers of common valerian attract a wide range of beneficial insects, such as bees and butterflies. These pollinators play a crucial role in the ecosystem by aiding in the reproduction of plants. By growing common valerian, you can create a welcoming habitat for these important creatures and contribute to the overall health of your garden.

The flowers of common valerian are not only beneficial but also visually appealing. They bloom in clusters of small, fragrant flowers that range in color from white to pink. These delicate blooms add a touch of beauty and elegance to any garden, making common valerian a popular choice among gardeners.

Common valerian is a hardy plant that requires minimal maintenance. It can adapt to a variety of soil conditions and is tolerant of both sun and shade. Once established, it can thrive with little watering and fertilization. This makes it an ideal choice for beginner gardeners or those with limited time for gardening.




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