$6.60

Hyssop SEEDS – Untreated & Heirloom – Hyssopus officinalis – Edible – Medicinal – Flowering Perennial

Non-GMO, non-hybrid, open-pollinated, no chemically treated, heirloom seeds. Hyssop is a hardy perennial aromatic herb that grows up to 90cm. It produces beautiful blue-violet-purple flowers that attract bees and other beneficial insects. Leaves and flowers are edible and can be used as a garnish for soups and salads. In traditional medicine, Hyssop is used to treat lung problems, congestion, coughs, and colds. It is regarded as a stimulant, carminative, and expectorant. The leaves and flowers can be dehydrated for herbal tea, infusions, food, tinctures, or balms and oils for external use. Hyssop can be grown in a pot, too. Read more interesting facts about Hyssop in the description below.

The price is for about ~100 seeds.

Hyssop SEEDS – Untreated & Heirloom – Hyssopus officinalis – Edible – Medicinal – Flowering Perennial

Non-GMO, non-hybrid, open-pollinated, no chemically treated, heirloom seeds. Hyssop is a hardy perennial aromatic herb that grows up to 90cm. It produces beautiful blue-violet-purple flowers that attract bees and other beneficial insects. Leaves and flowers are edible and can be used as a garnish for soups and salads. In traditional medicine, Hyssop is used to treat lung problems, congestion, coughs, and colds. It is regarded as a stimulant, carminative, and expectorant. The leaves and flowers can be dehydrated for herbal tea, infusions, food, tinctures, or balms and oils for external use. Hyssop can be grown in a pot, too. Read more interesting facts about Hyssop in the description below.

Interesting facts about Hyssopus officinalis: “Hyssop (Hyssopus officinalis L.) is an aromatic plant that is rich in various biologically active compounds and is widely used as a natural preservative and flavoring agent in the food and cosmetic industry and as a folk medicine against certain respiratory diseases. (Skrypnik et.al., 2022)”

The price is for about ~100 seeds.

Planting and growing tips:  Sow directly or start in trays or Jiffy pots. Hyssop grows best in full sun. It will adapt to many different types of soil. The better the soil, the quicker and better it grows. It doesn’t like to sit in water so a well-drained position is best. All our edibles grow happily and quickly in at least slightly raised garden beds.

Additional notes:

  • Hyssop is a perennial herbaceous plant that can be grown in various climates. Sow in Spring and Autumn in frost-free areas.
  • sowing depth ~1mm, maturity ~90 days
  • The price is for about 100 seeds, non-GMO, non-hybrid, naturally grown open-pollinated heirloom seeds. Not sending to WA and Tasmania.
  • Do your research before trying any new foods. Please also note our disclaimer in the footer of this page.

 

 

References: Skrypnik, L., Feduraev, P., Styran, T., Golovin, A., Katserov, D., Nebreeva, S., & Maslennikov, P. (2022). Biomass, Phenolic Compounds, Essential Oil Content, and Antioxidant Properties of Hyssop (Hyssopus officinalis L.) Grown in Hydroponics as Affected by Treatment Type and Selenium Concentration. Horticulturae, 8(11), 1037. https://doi.org/10.3390/horticulturae8111037

 

Weight 0.1 kg
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