Agrimonia pilosa - A rare perennial, medicinal herb, much used in the traditional medicines of China, Nepal and Korea. Hairy Argimony’s Chinese name is Xian He Cao. Young leaves are also edible cooked. The leaves are rich in vitamin K. The seed is also ground into a meal. Pretty yellow flowers, held on spikes above the foliage. Succeeds in most soil types. I am growing mine herein fifty percent shade and they are doing very well. Leaves look a lot like strawberry leaves. A very attractive plant

Agrimony, Hairy

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