Hyssopus officinalis, Hyssop
Attractive subshrub with aromatic, strongly flavoured leaves.
The leaves of hyssop can be used to flavour meat dishes, teas and liqueurs.
From June to August hyssop produces numerous showy spikes of blue flowers that are loved by bees.
Hyssop has been used in herbal medicine for thousands of years.
Native to Southern Europe.
Height: 50 cm.
Seeds per pkt. (approx.): 200 seeds.