Time to get these planted

Skullcap starts, looking good and ready to plant.

This is a short-lived perennial herb, so I need to plant replacements every year or so to keep my patch going here. There should still be time for these to grow a good root system this fall. I'm hoping they'll be well enough established to give a nice crop of aerial parts (flowers and leaves) next summer, to be tinctured.

skullcap starts in flats

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