Perennial herbaceous plant with a single stem, more than 1 m tall. Compound, pinnate, dark green leaves. White or pink flowers. The rhizomes are extracted at the end of the vegetative cycle in autumn. It is used in infusions and in the pharmaceutical industry. Sow in spring. At the end of summer, beginning of autumn, it will be time to mow the vegetative part of the plant and dig up part of the rhizome to be dried. Temperature To favor its growth it is better to plant in temperate climates. It can withstand low temperatures in a timely manner but the plant will end up having damage if exposure to cold is prolonged. Light We can sow it in full sun and also in semi-shade. risks Maintain regular watering because valerian does not do well with drought or water stress. This plant grows wild in humid areas, so we must keep the block/substrate with a certain degree of constant humidity.
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