Hyssop - Hyssop
Approximately 800-1000 seeds per gram
Hyssop is a hardy woody perennial evergreen (sub shrub) from the Mediterranean region. It produces lovely sprigs of bright blue flowers, and attracts many types of beneficial pollinators. The aroma of the flowers, either fresh or dried, is completely unique and one of the best and strongest of all herbal aromas. Plants quickly form into a short woody shrub that is 46-61 cm (18-24”) high that can be shaped with trimming. Flowers stalks can reach 91 cm (36”) tall.
Open pollinated - untreated Seeds. Plant Hyssop seeds for a lovely aromatic edging for the herb garden. Hyssop goes dormant in winter, trim and cut back the bare stems and branches to help prevent snow damage. In early spring a fresh batch of leaves will emerge over the whole plant all at once. Hyssop is a durable plant and can be grown in a wide range of climates and conditions. It requires light, rich soil and full sun at least 6 hours per day, conditions that also make it ideal for growing indoors.