Lemon balm is valued as a culinary, cosmetic and medicinal herb. Use fresh sprigs to top drinks and as garnishes on salads and main dishes.
The fresh or dried leaves make a great cold or hot tea, and the dried leaves can be used pot-pourris.
Traditionally valued as a medicinal herb, lemon balm has mild sedative properties. Lemon balm is easy to grow from seed sown in the spring or early fall.
Lemon Balm Seeds
Days to Maturity
Start indoors 4-6 weeks before last frost date
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