Marsh Woundwort (Stachys palustris)
Also known in Scots as Maskert or Hound’s Tongue and Brisgean nan Caorach in Gaelic, this is a striking flower found throughout Scotland in damp places in sun or light shade. It is a traditional medicinal, edible and dye making herb. A charming perennial with reddish-pink flower spikes up to 1m tall it is also a favourite of bumblebees.
50-100 seeds per packet.