Tarragon is a perennial plant that grows around 120 centimetres in height. This variety, which produces abundant green foliage, is considered to be very easy to cultivate. Dried or fresh, Tarragon is used as an addition to mutton, poultry, offal, sauces and eggs.
Growing: prior to sowing, place the seeds in a refrigerator for a week. Sow the seeds in covered planter boxes or pallet planters from late March to early April. The seeds germinate in 7 to 14 days at 20-25°C. Plant out into a permanent position in 40-50cm spacings; the position should be sunny and covered from the wind.
Each packet contains 0.1g of seeds.
Each packet includes a growing guide and a sow-by date.
Approximately 500 seeds (+/- 20%)