1 Pack of seeds
The leaves can be used fresh or dried for salads, pickles, vinegar and soups. It can also be used with chicken and fish dishes. Sow in early spring in...
The leaves can be used fresh or dried for salads, pickles, vinegar and soups. It can also be used with chicken and fish dishes. Sow in early spring in a propagator or from late spring to early summer outdoors in a seedbed. Thin out and then transplant.
|Botanical name||Artemisia dracunculus|
|Harvest time||July - August|
|Plant Depth||2 cm|
|Preferred Soil||Well drained soil|
|Fully grown in||6 months|
|Full grown height||60 cm - 80 cm|
|Mature width||10 cm - 20 cm|
How to take care of Tarragon
Start the seeds off in pots indoors in April. Sow approx 5 seeds per pot in moist potting compost and cover them with compost. Keep them at room temperature. When the seedlings begin to show, move them outside to a sheltered position out of direct sunlight. Thin them to 1 seedling per pot. When the seedlings are 10cm high they are ready for planting in their final position outside. Tarragon can also be grown in containers.
For additional instructions see product packaging.