Motherwort readily self-sows even in poor soil; the basal rosettes are easy to identify and dig up and move/remove before they send up their 3 to 4 foot stalks.
60 days to flower
Planting: Motherwort is easy to cultivate. The seed germinates readily whether directly sown in fall or early spring, or started in flats and transplanted. Transplant or thin to 1 foot spacing. Their lush mounds of foliage don’t mind frost.
Seed Saving: Saving Motherwort seed is easy: simply wait for each flower to form a dry ring of seed that readily separates in your hands and toss immediately in the place you want it to grow in the future for the best results.