Wild Flower - Common Agrimony - Agrimonia
Agrimony can tolerate a wide range of base rich to neutral soils but does best on a well-draining site. It can also be found on a range of habitats including hedge banks, woodland margins, roadsides, wasteland, field borders and open grassland.
In the wild agrimony is spread by the burred fruit being caught in the coats of animals. Seed can be sown in the spring or autumn and although there is some evidence that a period of cold stratification helps germination, this is not essential.