Lemon Balm Herbs Seeds
Eighteenth-century Williamsburg was the home of many ardent gardeners and plant collectors who often exchanged seeds with fellow enthusiasts in Great Britain. Gardeners obtained their seeds from store merchants or from traveling seedsmen. Today, the Colonial Williamsburg seed program continues the tradition by offering many of the varieties grown in the 18th century.
Lemon Balm Herbs Seeds need Full sun. Plant as soon as the ground can be worked in the spring after the danger of frost has passed. Do not cover seed. Press seed into the soil surface. Rows should be 12in. apart.
When seedlings are 2in. high, thin, leaving 6in. between plants. Harvest throughout the season by cutting stems off the plants. Perennial, depth - soil surface, 10-14 days to germinate - 75 days to maturity.