Dracocephalum is a genus of about 45 species of flowering plants in the family Lamiaceae, native to temperate regions of the Northern Hemisphere. They are annual or perennial herbaceous plants or subshrubs, growing to 15-90 cm tall.
* Dracocephalum argunense
Dracocephalum moldavicum is also known as Moldavian Balm, Moldavian Dragon's Head, or simply the Dragonhead. It is an erect, bushy, branching plant found from eastern Europe to Siberia.
Frost-hardy and easily cultivated in a temperate climate in reasonably fertile soil with ample moisture in spring and summer. A sunny but sheltered position suits them best. Propagate by division of established clumps.
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