May 19, 2016
A lot of people take Valerian, usually as a tea made from the roots. This is the first year I’ve tried growing it on my own, and no sooner than I got it in the ground it began to bloom. It’s a lovely herb, and since it’s a perennial, I picked up two more plants to ensure I have at least one make it through the winter, and at least one to harvest for the roots.
A look at plants, ideas, resources, moon gardens, herbalism and how I became the witch’s gardener. Gardening with a history.