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Scutellaria lateriflora LAMIACEAE
Also called Virginian Skullcap or Mad-Dog Skullcap. The latter name refers to its historical use in treating rabies. Small purple-blue flowers are borne in slender one-sided racemes in the leaf axils. Leaves are oval-shaped leaves with serrated edges. Medicinal: Nervine tonic, sedative, and anti-spasmodic used to revivify, calm, and nourish the nervous system. Harvest aerial parts during August and September.
Pkt. (0.1 g, 59 seeds)

[Culture: Perennial, zones 3-8/stratify 4-6 weeks/---/14-21 days/Spring/transplant, direct sow/sun or light shade/12-24" ht./9" apart]


Pkt. (0.1 g, 59 seeds)
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This product was added to our catalog on Wednesday 17 November, 2004.

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