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Valerian, also known as Garden Heliotrope, is a hardy perennial prized for its medicinal effects. Cats love it. It is a great companion for other plants in your garden, attracts butterflies and is squirrel and rabbit resistant. Valerian has a reputation for being difficult to grow from seed, but with care and attention, you can cultivate this attractive fern-like flowering plant in your own garden.
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Plant them in rich, well worked, loose soil to a depth of an 1/8 inch or so. You can plant seeds directly in the garden in spring (they're frost hardy), but watch out for birds. Seeds germinate close to the surface and need a bit of light to quicken, so they're good candidates for predation. Keep them uniformly moist and they should germinate in a week to 10 days. You can also start seeds indoors.