Jewelweed is one of nature’s most useful flowering annuals. Presenting with colorful trumpet shaped blooms, this plant’s stem can be sliced open to expose juices that heal irritation from poison ivy and stinging nettle. Jewelweed is a shade-loving plant that doesn’t bloom well in direct sunlight or dry soil. Its delicate pedals need protection from the sun. It is found wild along creek beds and is an easy-to-grow addition in wooded areas and doesn’t require a great deal of maintenance

Jewel Weed

$4.49

Jewel Weed

 

 

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Jewelweed is one of nature’s most useful flowering annuals. Presenting with colorful trumpet shaped blooms, this plant’s stem can be sliced open to expose juices that heal irritation from poison ivy and stinging nettle. Jewelweed is a shade-loving plant that doesn’t bloom well in direct sunlight or dry soil. Its delicate pedals need protection from the sun. It is found wild along creek beds and is an easy-to-grow addition in wooded areas and doesn’t require a great deal of maintenance. 

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    Image result for hummingbirds on jewelweed Image result for jewelweed Image result for hummingbirds on jewelweed

     

    Jewelweed is one of nature’s most useful flowering annuals. Presenting with colorful trumpet shaped blooms, this plant’s stem can be sliced open to expose juices that heal irritation from poison ivy and stinging nettle. Jewelweed is a shade-loving plant that doesn’t bloom well in direct sunlight or dry soil. Its delicate pedals need protection from the sun. It is found wild along creek beds and is an easy-to-grow addition in wooded areas and doesn’t require a great deal of maintenance. 

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    This plant cannot be shipped to: CT
    Description: Climate zone: 2-11, Mature height: 2-6 ft, Blooming season: Summer, Soil conditions: Moist, Botanical name: Capensis, Ship as: Bareroot