Mexican tarragon (annual) Mexican tarragon
This marigold variety is exciting. The sweet scent reminds of anise and very clearly of licorice. Also the woodruff-fragrance has been said. The delicate yellow flowers are a joy in the flower bed. In addition, the Mexican tarragon is an indulgence plant. The fresh leaves are used like Estragon, the dried leaves make an aromatic tea. In Mexico people worship the Yauhtli.
Sow in trays from April, bed out to the open land from the middle of May. Frost-free culture necessary. Attention: Slug damage! Tagetes are not only used as border plants but are also beneficial to plant between vegetables when soil fatigue occurs.
Sowing quantity 200 g/Are