TARRAGON - FRENCH Scientific Name:
Artemisia dracunculusGet the latest pricelists here
- Half-hardy perennial, branched stems, narrow dark-green leaves with liquorice aroma.
- Well-drained soil.
- Replace every 3 years.
- Dies back in winter.
Medicinal Uses. It is said that:
- Hot aromatic taste
- One of the most widely used herbs in cooking
- Ingredient of Fines Herbs
- Mayonnaise and pickles
- Essential to classic sauces like Tartare
- Improve taste of salads, vegetables, especially green beans
- Flavor meat, fish, poultry, eggs, jellies, butters and cottage cheese
- Popular in oil or vinegar - tarragon flavored
- Stimulate digestive system
- Help flatulence and colic
- Mild diuretic – help rheumatism
- Has febrifugal and anthelmintic properties
New! We also have several herbal products available including tinctures and dried herbs!
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