Hyssop is a perennial plant which grows up to 1 metre in height. Its leaves can be used as a seasoning in both dried and fresh form, and are particularly recommended for ham, meat, fish, soups, sauces, tomatoes and eggs. Hyssop is also recognised as a medicinal plant; it helps constipation, indigestion, and is used as an expectorant, and, sometimes, as an antisudorific agent.
Growing: sow the seeds in planter boxes or under cover in April. Alternatively, you can sow the seeds directly into the soil in 30x30cm spacings in the second half of May. The plants are ready to be harvested starting in April in following season.
Each packet contains 0.2g of seeds.
Each packet includes a growing guide and a sow-by date.
Approximately 200 seeds (+/- 20%)