St. John's Wort
St. John’s Wort is a pretty little shrub with cheery yellow flowers. The blossoms last from midsummer until fall, and they are followed by colorful berries. St. John’s wort plant care is a snap, the plant isn’t particular about the soil type. It grows well in sand, clay, rocky soil or loam, and tolerates acidic to slightly alkaline pH. St. John’s Wort adapts to both moist and dry soil, and even tolerates occasional flooding. It also withstands drought but grows best with irrigation during prolonged dry spells. You won’t find a plant that will thrive in more situations. For light conditions, the best location is one with bright morning sunlight and a little shade in the hottest part of the afternoon.