Potted lovage herb with label

By December 10, 2017Articles

Potted lovage herb with label

By Shelley Pierce When you think about herbs, many instantly come to mind such as rosemary, thyme, and basil. But lovage? Not so much. And I don’t understand why, really. I mean, what’s not to love about lovage? Yes, it was beloved in medieval times but there’s nothing medieval about it! The roots, seeds and leaves are all edible. The leaves have a strong celery taste and, when used in moderation, give you some great culinary options in soups, stews, salad dressings and more in their fresh or dried form. It’s even easier to grow than celery. All of my other herbs are grown in pots, but can you grow lovage in pots too? Let’s learn more about how to grow lovage in a pot. Potted Lovage Plants Lovage is not easily found at your grocery store in the fresh herb section or the spice rack, which makes it a

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