Hyssop - Seeds

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Hyssop - Seeds

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Hyssop - Seeds

Lift Cycle: Hardy perennial.
Height:18 to 24 inches (45 to 60 cm). 
Growing Region:Zones 3 to 10
Flowers/ Flower Details: Late in Summer/ Blue, white, pink. Tiny. Tube. Fragrant. 
Foliage: Herbaceous. Semi-woody. Dark green. Lance-shaped. Narrow. Oblong. 

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Sow Outside: Cover seed. Before the last frost. Spacing 18 to 36 inches (45 to 90 cm).

Sow Inside: Germination time: two weeks to two months. Temperature: 60 to 70°F (16 to 21°C). Two months in advance. Transplant outdoors in the spring.


Requirements and care:

Full sunlight or partial shade. Dry soil. Light soil. Cut back to ground level in the autumn. Drought tolerant. Requires to be divided every four years to maintain vigour. Propagate: by dividing in the spring in cooler areas or the autumn in warmer areas; or from summer cuttings.

Miscellaneous: Used in perfumery to create eau de Cologne. Used in the drink trade to colour Absinthe. The strongly bitterly flavoured Herb Hyssop leaves have many Culinary uses, especially for soups. The herb Hyssop is also used in traditional medicine for the treatment of coughs and as an antiseptic

How to Grow:

When growing Hyssop, the seeds should be sowed at the start of spring before the last frost. It is best to lightly cover the Hyssop sees once sown. Hyssop like to grow in a part of the garden that is either sunny or as part shade. Ideally the soil should be light and of a dry nature.
If you plan to first grow Hyssop indoors then they should be started about ten weeks before they are due to be put out in the garden in spring. It will take from two to seven weeks for the seeds to germinate at a temperature of 15 to 21 degrees centigrade. Once ready transplant the Hyssop seedlings about 45 to 90cm apart.

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