|Humus-rich soil found in broad-leaved woodlands, coppices, hedgerows and the margins of forests.
July - September.
The alternate name throatwort is derived from an old belief that C.
trachelium looked like a throat and therefore was a cure for ailments
of the throat. The species name trachelium refers to this belief.
However, there is no proven medical benefits form this plant on
the throat or anywhere else.