- Long used as a medicinal herb and believed to impart wisdom
in ancient times. Pebbled, gray-green leaves are tasty additions
to poultry, stuffing, omelets, cheese and bean dishes. Start
indoors in March. Companion plant to broccoli, cabbage, peas,
carrots, rosemary and tomatoes. Prefers a sunny location. Do
not fertilize or over-water.
Maturity: 85 days - Habit: Perennial - Preservation: Dry or freeze