The quick and convenient guide to growing your St John's Wort!
This species of St John's Wort features tall plants, and large yellow flowers. The perennial is very easy to grow and is often grown for medicinal purposes. It produces a lot of seed, so spreads readily by reseeding.
How To Grow St Johns Wort From Seeds
# 1 | Direct sow in the fall, pressing the tiny seeds in the surface of rich soil and sprinkling a very thin layer of soil on top; this seed needs light to germinate. Mixing the seed with a small amount of sand may help in seed distribution ( For spring planting, mix the seed with moist sand and store it in the refrigerator for 60 days before planting.)
# 2 | Keep seedlings watered until they have become established. Mature plants also thrive with regular moisture and do well in well-drained, moist soil; they do not grow well in drought conditions.
# 3 | Seedlings should appear in 10-20 days.