Artemisia dracunculoides – Russian Tarragon Seeds x 100

$2.50

Culinary or Medicinal Herb.

25 in stock

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Russian Tarragon

Artemisia dracunculoides

This plant is not on the Australian Noxious Weed List

A plant of Eurasia where it is cultivated as a culinary herb. There are two genetic variations of the plant being Russian Tarragon and French Tarragon. Seed for the Russian species is obtainable but French Tarragon produces sterile seed and must be grown from cuttings or rhizomes. 

Tarragon grows 130 cm tall (4.5 ft) with slender branches. The flowers are insignificant (the French variation often does not flower at all) and the leaves are the useful part of the plant. Leaves may be used fresh or dried and are an ingredient of many tasty dishes.

Offered is a packet of  100 seeds complete with Grownotes to assist you in their propagation.

All my seed is posted in bubble wrap protection.

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Terms & Conditions.

Ole Lantana Seeds will not be responsible whatsoever for actions taken by the customer after receipt of the goods, this includes germination results, crop performance or loss as these are beyond the control of Ole Lantana Seeds.

International buyers are responsible for knowing their countries importation laws.

NOTE: In order to protect our existing stock from outside contamination, we do not accept returns.

Item specifics

Plant Habit: Upright Common Name: Russian Tarragon
Climate: Sub-tropical, Temperate Season of Interest: Summer
Sunlight: Full Sun Watering: Medium
Genus: Artemisia Type: Edible
Foliage: Dark green Soil pH: Neutral
Species: dracunculoides Soil Type: Clay, Loam, Peat
Plant Hardiness Zone (°C): 4 (0 to 5 °C)
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