Lemon balm is one of the more popular herbs – and for good reason! It relaxes and soothes the nerves making it one of the best general anxiety herbs, it is a fantastic general tonic, it boosts energy and acts as a decongestant and antihistamine. Home Remedies, Essential Oil, Lemonbalm, Melissa Herbs, Herbs Garden, Culinary Herbs, Herbal Teas, Lemon Balm, Melissa D'Arabian
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Lemon Balm is a fragrant, lemony-tasting plant that deserves a place in every household. Learn the medicinal benefits, culinary uses, and how to grow info for this delightful plant.
A perennial herb planted by gardeners for its fresh citrus scent, lemon balm is known for having calming, mildly antibacterial properties. Compared with lemon essence, its fragrance is lighter, headier and more “fatty.” Honeybees love it!
Why You Need Lemon Balm In Your Garden. There are many uses for lemon balm. It's a mosquito repellent, you can use it as a rinse aid in your laundry, make tea with it, use it for aromatherapy, make soap or conditioner with it, and much, much more. Click link for more information. Lemon Balm is a Perennial. Plant lemon balm in a pot as it will spread (and take over your garden).
Take advantage of lemon balm's scent as an insect deterrent -- toss a few stems onto a hot grill to drive away mosquitoes. Light:Sun,Part Sun Zones:4-11 Plant Type:Perennial,Herb Plant Height:2-3 feet tall Plant Width:2 feet wide Bloom Time:Flowers in mid- to late summer and early fall Landscape Uses:Containers,Beds & Borders Special Features:Attractive Foliage, Fragrant, Attracts Birds, Attracts Butterflies, Drought Tolerant, Plant near Tomato plants