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HERB,Hyssop, Official (Hyssopus officinalis),Perennial native to the Mediterranean

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SKU P19192S
Family: Mint (Lamiaceae)
Woody perennial native to the mediterranean and one of the more northern hardy of the mediterranean plants. Hyssop herb used in knot gardens and for low hedging. Can be readily shaped and is quite lovely in flower. The aroma of the flowers, either fresh or dried, is completely unique and one of the best herbal smells attainable anywhere. The tea of the dried aerial parts is pronouncedly diuretic and excellent for moving the stasis of the common cold. Flowers can be harvested at their peak twice in a season.
Hyssop (Hyssopus Officinalis) - Many herb gardeners are growing Hyssop seeds in their gardens. This hardy perennial likes full sun and well-drained, alkaline soil. It is a bushy plant with woody stems and small leaves. Pollinators love Hyssop flowers, and in mid-summer there are many spikes of violet-blue flowers. Grow Hyssop herb plants in the herb garden where they can be pruned into a nice hedge. It also grows well in window boxes and other containers.
The Hyssop herb is an aromatic plant, and the young leaves are somewhat bitter and minty in flavor. A widely used culinary herb, both the flowers and leaves are used in salads although the leaves are much stronger in flavor. It is also used to flavor pork, chicken, soups, teas and stuffing. Hyssop is also considered to be a medicinal herb, with the oil obtained from the leaves used to make herbal baths and facials.
How To Grow Hyssop From Herb Seeds: After danger of frost has passed, start the Hyssop seeds directly outdoors. Cover the herb seeds lightly with soil and keep moist until germination. The Hyssop plants require little maintenance except for pruning occasionally and removing the spent flower heads. Harvest just before the flowers begin to open. Tie bunches of stems together, hang upside down in a warm, well ventilated room. After drying, remove the leaves and flowers and store in airtight containers. Cut the plants back to 8 inches in the fall.
Herb Specifications
Season: Perennial
USDA Zones: 3 - 9
Height: 24 inches
Bloom Season: Mid summer to early fall
Bloom Color: Blue
Environment: Full sun
Soil Type: Light, dry, rocky, well-drained soil, pH 6.7 - 7.5
Planting Directions
Temperature: 68F
Average Germ Time: 7 - 14 days
Light Required: No
Depth: 1/4 inch
Sowing Rate: 3 - 4 seeds per plant
Moisture: Keep seeds moist until germination
Plant Spacing: 12 - 24 inches

Materials: colors of the rainbow,red yellow pink,rose,must have,Gerbera

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