St. John's wort provides a beautiful and abundant bright yellow flowers in July. It is native to Quebec. This is not the kind used to treat depression in herbal medicine. Rather, it is St. John's wort Hypericum perforatum.
|Latin name||Hypericum Kalmianum|
|French name||Milpertuis de Kalm|
|English name||Kalm's St.-John's Wort|
|Carriage||Bushy shrub with a rounded carriage, in the shape of a mound.|
|Foliage||Green foliage on the top and siler blue below.|
|Flowering||Abundant flowering, in the form of clusters with sharp yellow flowers in July.|
|Fruit||Abundant flowering, in the form of clusters with sharp yellow flowers in July.|
|Use||This indigenous plant in Quebec is appropriate for naturalization. Very interesting for its flowering, one uses it in association or isolated.|
|Height||0.9 meters||Width||0.9 meters|
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