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Anise hyssop in March

Posted by blueberrytalk on March 25, 2009

The purple and green leaves of the hyssop spring up from the base of last year’s crop. This is well before the last frost. Later the plants that start from scattered seed will emerge and fill in between the parent plants. Birds love the hyssop seeds so they are frequent visitors in the fall.

Anise hyssop

Anise hyssop

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