Agrimonia eupatoria

Agrimony was introduced to the Americas from Europe, where it has had a long history of use dating back to the Romans and ancient Greeks. These cultures prized agrimony for an array of medicinal uses, including for wound healing, asthma, and as a sedative. During the Middle Ages, this unique herb was revered for its supposed magical qualities, and later In North America agrimony gained a reputation for alleviating symptoms of fever.

Water: Dry, Drought Tolerant

Hardiness: Frost Hardy


Habit: Herbaceous perennial growing up to 3' and spreading by deep rhizomes

Light: Full Sun to Partial shade

Soil: Any soil

Origin: Europe and North Africa