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Lemon Balm
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Lemon Balm
Perennial Culinary herb
Melissa officinalis - Lemon Balm Honey Flower, balm, Lemon Balm, Mellisa
Often called Lemon Balm. Lemon scented leaves used in teas, summer drinks and stuffing's. Baby Leaf Herb, fresh leaves used in fruit salads, stews, sauces and to give flavour to bland meats like chicken and veal, dried leaves in pot-pourris and sachets. Lemon Balm leaves are picked before the plant flowers which are small pale blue, flowering in June to September. Attractive to bees and beneficial to other plants. Approx 1,500 seeds per gram

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General Sowing Information: Sow at closer denesity than normal, harvest when leaves are young and tender. Many varieties are cut and come again, successional sowings throughout the growing season will ensure a continuous supply of salad leaf.


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