Seeds and seedling of lovage (Levisticum officinale) isolated on white background

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Seeds and seedling of lovage (Levisticum officinale) isolated on white background

By Amy Grant Lovage is an ancient herb that was a common staple in kitchen gardens used to cure abdominal pain. While lovage can be propagated from divisions, the most common method is lovage seed germination. Seed grown lovage makes for a gorgeous perennial herb that is a great addition to any herb garden. Interested in growing lovage plants from seed? Read on to find out how to grow and when to sow lovage from seeds. About Seed Grown Lovage Lovage (Levisticum officinale) is a hardy, long living perennial herb that is native to southern Europe. Steeped in historical reference, lovage could be found in most kitchen gardens during the Middle Ages for use in both cooking and for medicinal purposes. Today, lovage is most commonly used to season soups, stews and other dishes. Lovage is hardy from USDA zone 3 and up. All parts of the plant – seeds,

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