This evergreen herb has a number of medicinal uses. Its fragrance and texture make it valuable for sachets and potpourris. In the kitchen, it is used with pork, veal, chicken, and in various vinegar concoctions. Needs some winter protection or can be brought indoors in the north. One drawback--germination of the best seed available is only around 20%. 100 seeds
Perennial, zone 6-9
Germination: 14-30 days
Seed Planting Depth:on surface, lightly press in
Starting Indoors/Outdoors: Start indoors 6-10 weeks before last frost. Provide 70-75 degree soil temperatures. Transplant 12-24" apart.
Light Needs: Full sun
Soil Needs:Light, sandy and well drained