Hyssop - Live Plant

Hyssop - Live Plant

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Step into a world of sensory delight with the Live Hyssop Plant, a botanical treasure that will captivate your senses and transform any space into an oasis of beauty and fragrance. With its stunning clusters of vibrant purple flowers and lush green foliage, this plant is a feast for the eyes, instantly infusing your garden or indoor sanctuary with a touch of elegance.

What essentials do I need to ensure success in cultivating Hyssop?

The three most important things you need to know about growing Hyssop is water, light and soil. When you first receive the plant best thing you can do is find a spot that has full sun. If you are growing in containers, you can always move the plant.

If you are growinging in a container, you can easily control the soil. However if you are growing in the ground, Hyssop grows best in well-drained, sandy soil.

Familiarize yourself with the growth potential of Hyssop. Providing 12-18 inches of space between plants is essential, considering they can expand to 12-24 inches in diameter and stand up to 12-24 inches tall.

Although Hyssop typically produces blooms summer, flowering could be delayed until the second year, depending on the planting date.

What are the uses of Hyssop?

Historically, Hyssop has been renowned for its respiratory support, antiviral, with tea, tincture crafted from its leaves, flowers to harness its medicinal properties.

This botanical wonder is available in a 3.5” pot, ready to emit an intoxicating aroma that invigorates the air and uplifts your mood, creating an enchanting atmosphere that will leave you spellbound. Picture vibrant clusters of Hyssop plants, standing tall at 1 to 3 feet in height, their delicate blooms attracting bees and butterflies. You can embark on a culinary adventure, exploring the plant's unique flavor profile reminiscent of mint and citrus. From garnishing dishes to infusing teas, its leaves add an exquisite touch to your culinary creations, all the while offering potential digestive and respiratory benefits.


About Hyssop

Hyssop is a botanical gem, adorned by clusters of vibrant flowers ranging from purple to pink and blue. Its lance-shaped leaves release a refreshing and invigorating fragrance, instantly transforming the atmosphere into a fragrant haven. 

It has been used for centuries to support respiratory and digestive health, making it a prized ingredient in herbal remedies. Additionally, this remarkable plant serves as a pollinator magnet, attracting bees, butterflies, and hummingbirds with its nectar-rich blooms, thereby contributing to the vitality and diversity of the ecosystem.


How to Use Hyssop

  • Tincture: Fresh or dried hyssop leaves are chopped and macerated in grain alcohol for 4 to 6 weeks to formulate a tincture.
  • Tea: In hot water, dried hyssop leaves are soaked for 10 minutes to make tea.
  • Salve: Hyssop oil can be combined with beeswax to form an antiseptic, analgesic, and relaxing salve. 
  • Vinegar infusion: Dried hyssop leaves can be soaked in apple cider vinegar for 3 to 6 weeks, shaking and adding vinegar during the period, to form a hyssop vinegar infusion.

Hyssop - Live Plant Frequently Asked Questions

Is Hyssop an annual or perennial plant?

Hyssop is a perennial plant, known for its longevity, and with proper care, it can persist for several years, providing you with its aromatic foliage and vibrant blooms season after season.


How much space should be needed to grow Hyssop?

Create a thriving haven of Hyssop in your garden with ample space for each plant to flourish. Give them room to spread their aromatic foliage and reach their full potential by spacing them approximately 12 to 18 inches apart.


What zone does Hyssop grow in?

Hyssop can grow in USDA zones 3 to 9. It can withstand both hot summers and harsh winters, all the while thriving in full sun to partial shade in well-drained soil.


When should I harvest Hyssop?

It is advised to harvest the leaves just before the plant starts to flower for the strongest flavor and scent. Its blooms can be harvested during the flowering period, which typically lasts from late spring to early summer.


Does Hyssop flower or fruit?

While hyssop flowers are abundant and add beauty to the plant, they do not typically produce significant fruits. After the blooms have been pollinated, little seed capsules may occasionally form. However, unlike the flowers and leaves, these seed capsules are not commonly consumed or collected for culinary or medicinal purposes.


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