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Amongst many other herbal uses: "An ointment made of the roots and hogslard is a good remedy for the piles, boil them together" Please note carefully the positioning of the inverted commas! The whole plant is toxic: do not ingest. A native wild flower found in hedgerows and on walls, with pinnate foliage and small, bright yellow, Poppy-like flowers, each an inch or so across, which appear from the time the swallow (the names, both English and Latin, derive ultimately from the Greek word for the bird) arrives in spring until it departs in late summer. A good plant for the wild garden where, with luck, it will naturalise itself. 2ft (60cm)
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Germination; Sow indoors at any time. Sow into moist, well-drained seed compost. Ideal temp. 22°C for at least 6 weeks then cold stratify. Move to 4°C for a further 6-8 weeks. Repeat cycle until germination occurs. Once germinated transplant seedlings to 10°C. Acclimatise and plant out after danger of frost has passed. Can be sown directly, allow natural winter cold to offer ideal conditions for germination to occur the following spring as the weather warms.
Growing; Prefers a moist soil. Prefers a soil which is occasionally disturbed as this encourages regeneration through dormant seed in the soil.
Cultivation; Grows readily from seed on most soils. If the site is left undisturbed for many years this plant may be overtaken by more robust perennials. Disturb the soil in autumn to prevent this.
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