AVAILABLE 2019. A lovely old-fashioned herb commonly known as Sweet Cicely, Myrrhis Odorata is grown for its elegant feathery leaves which have the scent and flavour of aniseed. In early summer it produces flattish heads of lacy white flowers followed by seeds that are used to flavour drinks and food. Interestingly, it’s very popular in Scandinavia! Sun or semi-shade. Any reasonable soil.To 3 feet. 1 litre pot.
Interesting little plant: we get enquiries from people all over the country who have been unable to find it local to them.
Myrrhis Odorata is a hardy perennial herb with aniseed scented feathery leaves and white flowers in early to mid summer suitable for sun or semi-shade.
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