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

  • Germination

     7-10 days

    Days to Maturity

    40 days

    Plant Spacing

    5-7 inches

    Sowing Options:

    Start indoors 4-6 weeks before last frost date



  • 200 seeds

    *filled by weight


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