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Hyssop (herb)


  • evergreen perennial to 50cm; culinary and medicinal uses
  • blue flowers in summer attract pollinators
  • strong, bitter, mint-like leaves used for flavouring
  • traditionally used medicinally
  • could be grown as small, productive hedge
Quantity15 seeds
Best byDec-20
Hyssop is a perennial, evergreen, culinary and medicinal herb to 50cm. Strong, bitter, mint-like flavour, used in soups, stews, salad, meat and egg dishes. Spires of purple-blue flowers in summer attract pollinators.  Could be grown as a productive, small hedge.
Sow inMarch, April, May, September, October, November
Sowing MethodRaise Seedlings
Depth to Sow
Germination10-21 days
Distance Apart60cm
Harvest85 days


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