This seed-grown perennial plant is available in a 3.5” pot, established in a chemical-free environment. They are now completely ready to settle down in their new homes. You can plant them in your garden beds and see them grow up to 2-3 feet, adorned with soft leaves with serrated margins.
Nettle (Urtica dioica) is a devoted member of the Urticaceae family. It is a herbaceous perennial that is notorious for its stinging leaves which can cause skin burns, so named stinging nettle. Its stinging attribute has somewhat damaged its reputation but that matter is overshadowed by the massive benefits it offers to its users.
The plant may grow to an astounding height of almost 7 feet in the summer, but strangely, the winters will kill it off. They possess about 6-inch-long, soft, and delicate leaves that have serrated edges and are arranged oppositely on an upright stem. The plant is also distinguished by an abundance of greenish and brownish blooms. It is packed with magnesium, silica, potassium, iron, and vitamins A, C, E, and K. All these minerals and vitamins, along with active phytoconstituents greatly help with hypertension, abnormal blood sugar levels, hay fever, enlarged prostate, arthritis, gout, eczema, and iron deficiency anemia.