Hemp agrimony


Hemp agrimony is a tall plant with pink fluffy flowers. It does prefer a damp site, but is fine in ordinary garden soil, and will grow in sun or part shade. It is fairly robust too so good within grassland, and as the seeds are dispersed by wind, it can spread quite easily. It also looks good in a cottage garden, border or at the woodland edge. This is a lovely versatile wildflower which may also be called Raspberries and Cream!

Eupatorium cannabinum
Sun or part shade
Height : 1m
Flowering period : July – September
This is a good source of nectar :


Wildlife attracted:
The pink flowers of Hemp agrimony are very popular with both bees and butterflies such as the Small Tortoiseshell and Red Admiral.
Other features:
A herbal remedy for viral infections, Hemp agrimony  has been used to treat colds and flu. Additionally, it has been used to treat high fever.


Additional information


9cm pot, 6 plug plants, 1lt pot