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Aloysia triphylla

Lemon verbena

Lemon Beebrush, Herb Louisa, Limonetto

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General Information

  • Instruction By Briscoe White
    Notes Lemon Verbena is an aromatic herb with a sharp lemon scent that is great in lotions, baths and potpourris. As a culinary herb, Lemon Verbena makes a terrific tea and seasons fish, poultry, rice and jellies nicely. inch the tips back to keep your encourage new growth and keep your Lemon Verbena bushy. Also, check beneath leaves as this herb is prone pests like spider mites and white flies.
    Add a little lemon zest to your favorite recipes with Lemon Verbena from The Growers Exchange! Visit our site for great information and blogs on how to grow and use this flavorful herb.
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    Web Link http://www.thegrowers-exchange.com/Lemon_Verbena_p/her-lem03.htm

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