This plant has a mild fragrance
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This erect perennial species has deeply-veined, pinnate leaves and a spike of five-petalled yellow flowers throughout summer. After flowering, distinctive reddish-brown woody fruits develop with hooked bristles.
How to propagate Agrimony
Divide roots in autumn.
Other uses of Agrimony
Wildflower/meadow plantings. Once used as medicine for colds and as a snake-bite antidote. It has also been used as a form of wine with the addition of ginger, oranges and lemons. The dried leaves are also used as a tea.