A real "magnet" for beneficial insects in the garden.
Perennial herbaceous, ornamental, spicy-aromatic plant up to 25-30 cm tall. Grows and thrives well.
The inflorescence is dense, painted in bright blue, spike-shaped, up to 8-10 cm long. The foliage has an intense emerald green colour.
It is widely used in landscaping: to create colourful flower beds, in rock gardens, to complement other flower arrangements.
Ideal for cutting into bouquets and as a dried flower. Excellent honey plant.
For medicinal purposes, it is used as a remedy for asthma and bronchitis.
Prefers sunny, well-lit places. Soils will need to choose dry, well-cultivated, loose, rich in nutrients.
To obtain seedlings, seeds are sown in prepared soil in the spring.
Germination is carried out at a temperature of +18+20°C for 2 weeks, keeping constant humidity, in the dark.
Further, the temperature regime is maintained within + 14 + 18 ° C and humidity is reduced. Crops can be sprinkled with vermiculite.
Transplanted to a permanent place when the threat of severe frosts has passed. In the process of cultivation, regular watering, loosening,
weeding plots, as well as periodically top dressing with a full complex fertilizer.
Eng.: Hyssop. Suom.: iisoppi. Sven.: isop.
* Tea from hyssop flowers is especially useful for the elderly and debilitated people: with its constant use, it has a tonic and tonic effect.
And alcohol infusion of fresh hyssop juice (30-40 drops) well and quickly remove any intoxication.