A decorative herb with a bushy habit and oval lemon-scented leaves. These are great plants for a herb garden, in containers and for edging an informal border. Plants grow to a height of about 60cm, with white or pale blue flowers appearing in summer. This plant is mainly grown for its leaves, which make a tasty lemon-scented tea and are also used in cooking. Leaves can be used fresh, or dried and stored for use in the winter.
Lemon Balm grows best in a sunny to part shaded site and moist but well drained soil. Plants attract pollinators into the garden.
Pack of approx 2000 seeds. Sow from late winter into summer. These seeds can be grown as micro-herbs. Sowing instructions and a colour photo are printed on the packet.
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