- Comes in E-Z Lock re-sealable, reusable triple-layered foil packets
- Seeds are open pollinated and can be grown, harvested and replanted endlessly
- Dried and sealed airtight for long-term storageNutritional value: A good source of vitamin C, calcium and iron
Growing Anise Hyssop
Growing anise hyssop from seed isn’t difficult to do. You can begin growing anise hyssop either indoors or outdoors in the fall and early spring. The seeds can be grown in USDA Zones 4-10 but they thrive best in zones 5-9. When planting, space the seeds 12” apart and a ¼” deep. Keep in mind that anise hyssop grows around 3 feet tall, but some people have reported their anise hyssop to be up to twice that tall.
The ideal location for growing anise hyssop will be one that gets plenty of sunlight, though it will handle partial shade relatively well. You’ll also need to make sure that the soil is well-drained. You do need to water anise hyssop seeds regularly but too much moisture isn’t good for growth.
Once the anise hyssop has matured it doesn’t require much maintenance and will self-seed, filling the space around it. But don’t worry, these plants are easy to weed if you’d like to keep them more sparse. Watch out for new wildlife in your yard, because anise hyssop puts off a wonderful aroma that will attract butterflies, bees and humming birds.
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