Lemon Balm seeds
  • Lemon Balm seeds

Lemon Balm seeds

Melissa officinalis lemon balm is actually a perennial plant but is sensitive to frost, so it is best to grow as an annual herb. It is a very aromatic plant that originates from the south. You will get the best result by growing them in a warm and sunny place in a dry soil type. You can pluck fresh leaves from the plants almost continuously.

  • Refreshing taste
  • Perennial plant
  • Herbal tea: lemon balm tea
  • 40-60cm high

Tea is made from the lemon balm leaves. The lemon balm leaves give a refreshing taste to salads, sauces, fish dishes, liqueur, etc. Lemon balm has a calming and stimulating effect. Lemon balm is also used in perfumes and bath oils

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Lemon balm seeds

Melissa officinalis lemon balm is actually a perennial plant but is sensitive to frost, so it is best to grow as an annual herb. It is a very aromatic plant that originates from the south. You will get the best result by growing them in a warm and sunny place in a dry soil type. You can pluck fresh leaves from the plants almost continuously.

  • Refreshing taste
  • Perennial plant
  • Herbal tea: lemon balm tea
  • 40-60cm high

Tea is made from the lemon balm leaves. The lemon balm leaves give a refreshing taste to salads, sauces, fish dishes, liqueur, etc. Lemon balm has a calming and stimulating effect. Lemon balm is also used in perfumes and bath oils

Sowing time: Sow the lemon balm seeds indoors from March to May or outdoors from May to June.

Planting distance: 20cm

Flowering time: from July to August

Specifications

Reference
HC-16255
EAN
8713172162552
Tags
Brand
Van Hemert & Co zaden

Other features

Botanic name
Melissa Officininalis
Category
Annual
Planting time
March - July
Flowering period
June - August
Height
50cm
Collection
van Hemert & Co

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