Learn how sweet corn ears form on the plants, how to control corn ear worms organically, and when to harvest these sweet treats of summer!
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This gorgeous garden herb has tall purple-blue flower spikes that buzz with bees all summer. The leaves and flowers taste like licorice and can be used fresh in salads and teas. Cut leaf and flower stalks and hang to dry for making cooling, energizing teas all winter.
Days to Harvest: 80
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Germination Station 2.5"
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