3 years to reach maturity
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Teucrium scorodonia Overview
Teucrium scorodonia is a herbaceous perennial from the Lamiaceae family. Originating from Madeira, Europe and Tunisia, this plant is commonly known by the names Wood Sage and Woodland Germander. Foliage is rough and crinkly in texture, similar to the leaves of sage plants, hence the common name. Flowers appear from midsummer to autumn, they are small, pale yellow-green and very popular with pollinating wildlife.
How to propagate Teucrium scorodonia
Softwood the shrubs and sub-shrubs or semi-ripe cuttings in summer, perennials by seed or division in spring.
Special features of Teucrium scorodonia
Mainly pollinated by Hymenoptera species.
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