Quinsy-Wort is perennial plant. It is small, smooth and 6 to 10 inches high, with very narrow, close-set leaves, four in a whorl, two of each whorl much smaller than the others. The flowers are in loose terminal bunches, the corollas only 1/6 inch in diameter, pink externally and white inside, and are in bloom during June and July.CLICK & SEE THE PICTURES
The plant was at one time esteemed as a remedy for quinsy, but it is no longer used in herbal medicine.
In Sweden, the roots have been used as a red dying agent.
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