A lemony member of the mint family, this is an exceptional addition to soups, sauces, and marinades as well as making an excellent tea when dried. Hardy to -20F, this perennial herb grows enthusiastically but you shouldn’t plant it until late spring when the threat of frost has passed. As a member of the mint family, this herb will grow enthusiastically so feel free to harvest regularly, though we recommend never harvesting more than 1/3 at a time of any stalk to maintain health. That being said, if it ever seems to be suffering from weather damage, cut back to the ground and it will grow back thicker.

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