Organic Hyssop Anise Seeds

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Hyssop Anise is a beautiful bedding flower, pollinator plant, and medicinal herb. Use in the flower garden, pollinator garden, and herb garden! Its edible leaves and flowers have a slight licorice flavor.


Product Details

Weight

.25G

Planting Season

Warm/Cool

Soil Temp

45°F+

Planting Depth

1/4"

Area to Sow

100' row

Days to Germ.

7-10+

Days to Maturity

75-80+

Best Planting Method

Transplant

Thin to

≥2" apart

Final Spacing

≥6" apart

Succession

NA

Approx. Seed Count

300

Product Information

Hyssop Anise is a beautiful bedding flower, pollinator plant, and medicinal herb. Use in the flower garden, pollinator garden, and herb garden! Its edible leaves and flowers have a slight licorice flavor.

Planting by Zones

Zones 9-10

  • Hyssop is a tender perennial and can grow for several seasons in Zones 9 and 10.

Zones 2-8

  • Transplant out in early spring after the danger of frost has passed.

Planting Hyssop Seeds

  • Hyssop seeds are small; we recommend that you transplant them into the garden after beginning in starter pots. Place the seed on top of quality seed starting soil. Slightly press seeds into moist seed starting mix and cover with 1/4″ of finely sifted soil. Mist gently to water the seeds. Do not water with a heavy spray as this will cover the seeds with displaced soil. 
  • Plants are easy to transplant and not fussy!

Growing Hyssop

  • Hyssop Anise enjoys well-draining soil.
  • Add organic matter if the soil is heavy with clay.

Growing Hyssop in Containers

  • If you are planting hyssop in containers, make sure your container is at least 10″ deep. Keep in mind containers will dry out faster because they have more surface area and less soil to hold onto moisture. Prune as needed to control the height of the plant.

Harvesting Hyssop

  • Harvest flowers and foliage anytime you desire. Leaves and flowers can be used fresh or dried. A beautiful topping for salads, baked goods, or in ice teas!
  • Early Americans traditionally used hyssop Anise as a cough supplement, fever reducer, and to relieve sore throats. It has antibacterial properties that work well when used in balms or salves. The fragrance is also wonderful!

Southern California Pro-tips

  • Mulch heavily to ensure the soil stays cool and well-watered.
  • DO NOT overhead water as this promotes disease.
  • Deadhead to encourage more blooms.

Companion Flowers/Crops

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Product Details

Weight

.25G

Planting Season

Warm/Cool

Soil Temp

45°F+

Planting Depth

1/4"

Area to Sow

100' row

Days to Germ.

7-10+

Days to Maturity

75-80+

Best Planting Method

Transplant

Thin to

≥2" apart

Final Spacing

≥6" apart

Succession

NA

Approx. Seed Count

300

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