A vigorous variety of tarragon, this plant produces branching stems of narrow pointed, aromatic emerald green leaves which have a milder flavour than other varieties making them perfect for fish, poultry, sauces and tarragon vinegar. It is hardier and easier to grow than other varieties.
Surface sow (do not cover the seeds) on damp seed compost in April or May and place in a propagator until germination occurs, usually 14-21 days. Prick out into 3 inch pots and grow on for another 2-3 weeks in cooler conditions before transplanting outside 18 inches apart after the last frost.
Common name:Artemisia dracunculus
Packet Content:500 (Approx)