Hyssop seeds
  • Hyssop seeds
  • Hyssop seeds
  • Hyssop seeds

Hyssop seeds

Sow Hyssop seeds in the vegetable garden for two main reasons: It attracts bees, butterflies and bumblebees and keeps snails out of the vegetable garden. The purple-blue flowers of the Hyssop also look great in the flower border.

  • medicinal herb
  • strongly scented plant
  • keeps snails at bay
  • bee-butterfly plant

Caution : Do not use during pregnancy / breastfeeding, high blood pressure and epilepsy. Use sparingly.

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Description

Sow Hyssop seeds in the vegetable garden for two main reasons: It attracts bees, butterflies and bumblebees and keeps snails out of the vegetable garden. The purple-blue flowers of the Hyssop also look great in the flower border.

How do you use Hyssop?

A few finely chopped fresh Hyssop leaves are delicious in salads, herb butter, soups and sauces. The hyssop herb has a slightly bitter minty flavor.

Hyssop is known for its disinfecting effect. For Hyssop tea you use the leaves and the young shoots. The herbal tea has soothing, expectorant and cough suppressing properties.

  • medicinal herb
  • strongly scented plant
  • keeps snails at bay
  • bee-butterfly plant

Caution : Do not use during pregnancy / breastfeeding, high blood pressure and epilepsy. Use sparingly.

Specifications

Reference
HT-11090
EAN
8711117109006
Tags
Brand
Horti Tops

Other features

English names
Hyssop, Common Hyssop, Ysop
Botanic name
Hyssopus officinalis
Category
Perennial
Planting time
April - June
Flowering period
June - October
Height
90cm
Contents
1,0 grams
Seeds per gram
1000
Collection
Horti Tops

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