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This marigold cousin is prized as both a culinary and medicinal herb. The anise-flavored leaves are used like tarragon in seasoning sauces, soups, vinegars, and teas that aid digestion. The bushy plants with small yellow flowers look nice in the garden and attract beneficial insects.
Days to Harvest: 70
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Mint, Licorice (Anise Hyssop)
Germination Station 2.5"
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