The Sneewort is an attractive perennial wildfower with medicinal properties. It is a beautiful white nectariferous wild flower that attracts butterflies. In a garden it brings a touch of nature growing in groups or mixed with other wild flowers. The leaves are used as an insect-repellent.
Among its properties are those of sneezing, hemostatic, astringent, carminative, tonic. Flowers and roots are used. The plant requires little care, it adapts easily to many environments. Salt tolerant. It is found naturally in mountain areas near streams so it has a great tolerance to cold and heat, demanding a little more watering in hot weather.
Direct sowing at 18ºC/20ºC. Keep substrate moist until germination is completed.