[Approx. 1800 seeds/gram]
Cultivated in Europe as early as the 1500s. Thomas Jefferson listed Lemon Balm in his 1794 herb list.
It is useful in cooking, herbal teas, and home remedies. A tea made from the leaves is pleasant tasting and has calmative and carminative properties.
Prefers partial shade to full sun and well-drained, fertile, moist locations. Grows up to 24 inches tall.
Each packet contains 0.25 gram of seeds. USDA zones 4-9.