A North American native wildflower, Prunella vulgaris offers spikes of charming, violet to white blooms in summer. It is commonly called "Self-Heal" for its medicinal use in history.
In the wild, Prunella vulgaris Self-Heal thrives in pastures, woodlands, and roadsides. This makes it very tough and adaptable in the garden. It has a creeping habit, and it is a host plant for Clouded Sulphur butterflies.
Plant Prunella vulgaris Self-Heal in wildlife and pollinator gardens where butterflies and people alike can enjoy it.