I can't find anything on cultivation of this species. From a German scientific publication: The subtribe Prunellineae within the tribe Mentheae (Lamiaceae) consists of four species within the genus Prunella L. (P. vulgaris, P. grandiflora, P. laciniata, P. hyssopifolia; all other described species have been rejected). From Florealpes.com: "Cette brunelle se différencie des autres espèces de son genre par la forme de ses feuilles. Ces dernières sont entières et étroites. La brunelle commune est très ressemblante mais ses feuilles sont larges et pétiolées."
This plant used to grow in our garden, but it slipped away...
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- Seed from '04 trade. Baggy 70F (22%G, 7d). Subsequent exposure to light, and a cold stage, did not result in additional germination
Probably a warm germinator like others in the genus - the low success rate may be due to the viability of the particular lot.
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April 02, 2005