Tasha Tudor Seeds: Sweet Cicely


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Lovely fern-like foliage releases anise scent when brushed. All parts are edible and useful in baking and herbalism. One of the earliest nectar-producing plants for insects, butterflies, and hummingbirds. Will self-sow prolifically if happy; deadhead flowers to prevent this. 

Garden Myrrh.

Approx. 50+ seeds

Level: Intensive

Color: White umbels

Likes: Cool, damp areas with rich soil.

Blooms: Early Summer

Height: 3-5 feet

Zones: 3-7

Germination: 25 days at 60-70 degrees. Sow seeds as soon as ripe or in early spring. Must stratify at 34-38 degrees for 30 days in order to sprout. Divides and moves easily.