Hairy Pot Mace English

Mace English



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English Mace spreads gradually to make a fine clump of bright green divided foliage with clusters of small daisy-like flowers from mid to very late summer. The flower stems are strong and can be cut for flower arrangements in the house and dried for winter decoration.


A little known, yet very useful culinary herb with mildly flavoured leaves. The young aromatic leaves can be used to add flavour to soups and stews. Alternatively, finely chop them and add to potato salads.

  • Deciduous perennial
  • Fully hardy
  • Flowers: June - August
  • Low maintenance
  • Relatively disease and pest free
  • Any moist, well-drained soil
  • Any Aspect
  • Full sun
  • Exposed or sheltered

Grown in peat free compost in a biodegradable pot made from waste coir and natural latex. Pop the discarded coir pot in the green bin, leave out for birds to use for nesting, use as mulch or add to compost heap.