This is probably the easiest herb in the Materia to grow.
It is one of those multi branched perennials that always make the garden look full and productive.
This Tarragon has narrow, pale green leaves and from a culinary point of view it lacks the aniseed undertones of both the Mexican and French.
The leaves contain iodine, mineral salts and vitamins A and C. Essentially, Russian Tarragon can be described as a tonic, with all of the impressions that the term implies.
As a digestive tonic, Russian Tarragon stimulates the appetite and some gardeners love the taste of the leaves.
Russian Tarragon is easy to grow and easy to keep as it will reseed itself nicely. .
100 fresh seeds $3.70
Degree of difficulty in germination.....2/10 (1 is easy - 10 very difficult) Seasonal
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