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Hyssopus officinalis

 



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Hyssopus officinalis subsp. aristatus


The National Herb Centre Herbs, culinary & medicinal. Extensive selection of rosemary, thyme & lavender, in particular.

The Place for Plants Wide range of specialist & popular plants. Nat. Collection of Deciduous Euonymus. 20 acre mature garden with free access to RHS members during season.

The Potted Garden Nursery

Wisley Plant Centre (RHS) Over 10,000 plants, many rare or unusual, reflecting the range of the RHS flagship garden at Wisley. Plants subject to seasonal availability. For plants not in stock, we operate a reservation service.

Hyssopus officinalis seeds: Tricolor Mixed


Thompson & Morgan Herbs (1 product)
A beautifully aromatic herb with a pungent tang suitable for meat dishes, beans and salads. An attractive plant for the border where it will attract bees and butterflies. This exclusive blend brings together blue, pink and white blooms. Ideal for

Hyssopus officinalis ssp. aristatus


High Country Gardens Drought Tolerant Plants, Xeriscape Perennials (1 product)
A fragrant herb traditionally used for brewing tea and as a medicinal plant, Hyssop is right at home in the ornamental garden. Its deep green foliage and dark-blue flower spikes are a delight in mid-summer, when many other plants are looking beat




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