Ornamental herb with colorful grayish green leaves marbled with white, pink and purple. Lavender blue flower spikes appear in summer. Strongly aromatic foliage may be used fresh or dried in cooking. Attractive to bees and butterflies. Ideal for herb gardens, mixed borders and containers.
"One of those mysterious and exotic herbs! The leaves are used fresh. Vietnamese Cilantro can be used in place of Cilantro or Mint in most Vietnamese recipes. The leaves have the best flavor when they are young, a mix between lemon and coriander. As they age, they become tough and leathery and a bit acrid.The plant may be cut back to the ground at any time during the growing season to produce more fresh young leaves. Fertile and fresh soil. "
The most subtle and delicate of the savories with zesty fragrance. Slender light green leaves with woodsy, thyme-like flavor on reddish, square stems excellent for flavoring green beans, vegetables, poultry, or infused in vinegar. Cut stems and hang in bundles to dry.
This variety produces delicious tiny tomatoes in profusion as good as candies! Classified as having an indeterminate growth habit, it produces tomatoes continuously from mid-summer through fall. Grow in a rich, fresh and well drained soil. USES: containers, vegetable gardens.