Agrimony

Agrimony

Common Agrimony is a perennial plant with alternate pinnate leaves with toothed leaflets and yellow flowers...
Latin name: Agrimonia eupatoria
Plant height: 50—80cm
Position: Sun, Semi-shade
Soil Type/Habitat: Dry
Food source: Nectar, Larval
Flowering times: June—August
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Agrimony is a perennial plant that has alternate pinnate leaves with toothed leaflets and produces yellow flowers on a tall erect stem from June to August with rust coloured hooked fruits.

It is found in meadows, pastures and on banks and once established requires little management.  Planted against a dark background, such as a hedge, sets off the tall yellow flower spikes.  It is often found alongside paths and roads.

Agrimony is an important nectar source for butterflies, bees and hoverflies, while its leaves provide protection for many insects.  It is a food plant of the Grizzled Skipper butterfly.

 

 

Common Agrimony is a perennial plant with alternate pinnate leaves with toothed leaflets and yellow flowers...

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