HyssopHyssopus officinalis 12-20" tall. Vivid blue-violet double-lipped flowers on spikes blossom from June through September.
Infusions of the pleasantly skunky dark green leaves and flowering tops are traditionally used as tea or made into syrup to ease digestion and treat chronic respiratory infections after they have peaked. Hyssop increases the production of liquid mucus and acts as an expectorant.
Thrives in dry soil, useful on slopes and any sunny difficult place. Makes a beautiful low hedge that will draw bees from far and wide. Plant 12-24" apart in poor soil, full sun to light shade. Sustainably grown by Lauren Cormier. Z3. Maine Grown. (bare-root crowns)
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