Tanacetum balsamita, Costmary
Hardy perennial herb with elongated, sweet-scented leaves and small white daisy flowers.
The leaves have been used medicinally since medieval times. They have also been used to flavour beer. Around the 19th century they were also often used as aromatic bookmarks in bibles.
The leaves can be used in potpourris.
Native to the Mediterranean area.
Height: 90 cm.
Seeds per pkt. (approx.): 60 seeds.