Heal-All can be found throughout the United states and is best known for its numerous medicinal properties. This short member of the mint family spreads moderately fast and makes an effective and hardy groundcover. Its long bloom time and nectar rich flowers draw plenty of pollinators throughout the growing season. Part sun and moist soils are the most favorable conditions, but this wildflower can adapt to moist growing conditions. Best suited for naturalizing, large spaces, or container gardening. It could prove to be too aggressive in small gardens.
Blooms: Purple, 3-5 months, May-Oct.
Leaves: Deep green, oblong, simple, 1-4”
Soil: Average to moist, rich woodland soil
Exposure: Full sun-Shade
Fauna: Various bees & butterflies, butterfly host plant
Seeds: 4 seeds produced per flower inside calyx
Deer Resistance: High
Native Status: NC Native, common across the state
Provenance: NC, seed grown