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3 Autumn Hyssop Vegetables
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3 Autumn Hyssop

Hysoppus officinalis

SKU: VEG0127

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Aromatic leaves with blue summer flowers
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The Highlights

    • Attractive flowering herb with aromatic green leaves
    • Use the leaves sparingly in salads or to flavour meat.
    • Hyssop produces rich blue clusters of edible flowers that grow out of one side of its stem.
    • Flowering in summer/early autumn, it is great at attracting bees and butterflies to the garden.
    • The stem has a square shape with long pointed aromatic dark green leaves.
    • Hyssop can grow to a height of 45cm - it is a semi-evergreen, hardy plant.
    • Perfect to grow in borders, pots or even as a hedge
    • Bring small plants in over Winter, leave established plants outside and cut almost to the ground in colder winter regions.

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Height on arrival:

Your plants will arrive at a height between 8-10cm

Eventual height:


Eventual spread:

Plants will reach a spread of approx 45cm

Tasting notes:

Edible flowers and leaves

Time to first crop:

4-6 weeks
Harvest hyssop leaves as needed before the plant flowers. Pick flowers when the blooms are three-quarters open. Snip off portions of the stalk when harvesting a small number of leaves for immediate use then strip the leaves from the stem.

Flower colour:

Indigo Blue


Fully hardy
Will survive even the harshest of UK winters


Use edible flowers as a garnish and add a few leaves to salads or use to flavour stews



Plant 30cm apart to allow for spreading

Care Guide

Excellent pest and disease resistance

Hyssop is resistant to pests and diseases. In fact, many people grow it as a companion plant to help repel cabbage months and flea beetles. The few diseases that attack hyssop are all related to the plant growing in conditions that are too moist.MORE

Water sparingly

Native to cool, high elevations, Hyssop tolerates drought conditions well. Care should be taken not to overwater. Allow the soil to completely dry out between watering.MORE

Full Sun

Plant in a position where the plants will receive around 6-8 hours of direct sunlight every day.MORE

Any well drained soil

Hyssop needs well-drained soil with lots of well-rotted compost. If you have clay soil, add some sand to loosen up it up. Hyssop does well in rocky soil as long as there is adequate drainage. Hyssop grows in a wide range of pH levels but seems to prefer 6.5 – 7.0.MORE

Feeding not required

No feeding needed.MORE

Light pruning

Prune after flowering to maintain the plant's shape.MORE