Cultivating St. John's wort

gwtamaraJanuary 1, 2013

St. John's wort, like many gerbs, grows wild on poor gravely acid soil on the edge or roads in Europe and North America. It will disappear if the soil is enriched. It needs a dormant period and is therefore not suitable for a region without a definite winter.

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