Lovage is native to the Balkans and Mediterranean, was introduced to Europe and Britain by the Romans, as it was one of the most prominent flavors in their cuisine.
It is variously called Garden lovage, Bladder seed and Love Parsley. The latter name arose from the belief that it has aphrodisiac properties.
Lovage is tall- to 6ft.- with yellow flowers. Its leaves are dark green, shiny, and much like carrot, but wider like celery. Young leaves are used to flavor soups, casseroles, sauces and marinades.
Approx 100 seeds per pack
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