Geum urbanum - Bennet's Root
  • Geum urbanum - Bennet's Root
  • Foliage of Geum urbanum Bennet's Root

Geum urbanum - Wood Avens - Plant

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Geum urbanum - Bennet's Root
1 plant bare root





Bennet's Root is a forgotten medieval plant to rediscover

Its roots were used as a spice to flavor beers and soups!

Harvested in early spring, just before the plants starts growing, they have a strong scent of clove mixed with cinnamon

The botanical species proposed here is not of great ornamental interest, but this is the one to grow for spice production and for medicinal uses

Geum urbanum has medicinal properties : Anti-inflammatory, Antiseptic, Aromatic, Astringent, Diaphoretic, Febrifuge, Stomachic, and Tonic

It can treat problems affecting the digestive tract from the mouth to the anus, inflammatory problems and fevers, for example

An easy plant to have in your medicinal garden



Geum urbanum prefers semi-shaded areas, protected from the powerful sun during the hotest hours

However, it will take it without too much trouble

Chose cool soil, with high organic matter content

In winter, clean the plant from dry stems and dead leaves


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