TARRAGON, Artemisia dracunculus
A perennial plant. Height about 120 cm. In order to prevent breaking, it is necessary to use supports. Fresh or dried, it is added to mutton, poultry, offal, sauces and eggs. It can also be used for pickling cucumbers. In herbal medicine, tarragon is considered to be a means of improving metabolism and strengthening the body. Sowing at the turn of March and April in boxes, on pallets under covers. Before sowing, put the seeds in the refrigerator for 7 days. Then sow the seeds at a temperature of 20-25 degrees Celsius. The emergence takes place within 7-14 days. Plant the seedlings in a permanent place at intervals of 40-50 cm, in a sheltered, sunny position.
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