Weight: 0.01 ounces
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Tarragon has thin, blade-like, highly aromatic leaves. Tarragon leaves are spicy sweet and used in cold meat sauces or with eggs, cheese, and fish.
These seeds should take 10 to 14 days to germinate and only a few more days to show their first leaves! Tarragon makes good flavoring for vinegar when leaves are steeped for 2 weeks, then strained.
Q: What's the difference between Russian and French Tarragon? A: French Tarragon comes from the herbs cuttings while Russian Tarragon is taken from seed.
Preparation Ideas: Use for cold meat sauces, eggs, and fish dishes!
Plant Type: Herb
Fill Weight (grams): 0.125
Grows Best In: Full Sun
Days to Germination: 10-14 Days
Days to Maturity: 75-100 Days
Planting Depth: .125"
Seed Spacing: 18"
Growing Height: 20-28"
Best Container Size: 12"+
Instructions: Start seed indoors in a sunny location 6 weeks before transplanting outdoors. Or, sow directly in well-drained soil in full sun after danger of frost is past. Thin or transplant plants to 18 inches apart when they are 3 inches tall and keep well weeded and watered. Pick leaves as needed.
Suggestions: To store leaves, dry or freeze them. As plants mature, allow them to dry out thoroughly between watering. Harvest the entire plant when the lower leaves turn yellow. Good vinegar flavoring when leaves are steeped for 2 weeks then strained.