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White Horehound Overview
Marrubium vulgare is also commonly known by the names White Horehound or Common Horehound. This herbaceous perennial species resides in the mint family, Lamiaceae, you can identify this by its square stem! Originating from Europe, northern Africa and South and Central Asia, this plant has a much wider range nowadays, naturalising across North and South America, where it can be considered a weed. This plant produces grey-green foliage and typically doesn't exceed 50cm in height, foliage is small, measuring between 2-5cm in length and the leaves are textured and hairy. White flowers are arranged in clusters, they are delicate and pea-like, appearing in the
How to propagate White Horehound
You can propagate by root division in mid-spring or from seed in late spring.
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Other uses of White Horehound
Culinary, medicinal, foliage, edging, container