Eyebright plugs (Euphrasia rostkoviana)

Euphrasia rostkoviana Annual White flowers often tinged violet or red. Bronzy green foliage. Sun. 2-25 cm May onwards.

Available from the start of April onwards. A parasitic species similar to Yellow Rattle, plugs come with either Wild White Clover, Kidney Vetch or Fescue Grasses to act as hosts within the cells.

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Euphrasia rostkoviana (synonym Euphrasia officinalis), also known as eyebright or eyewort,

Euphrasia rostkoviana herb has been used in the traditional Austrian medicine internally as tea, or externally as compresses, for treatment of disorders of the eyes and the gastrointestinal tract