Avg. 8,700 seeds/oz. Packet contains aprox. 200 seeds, 700 mg
Lovage has forest green leaves with bright yellow flowers.
Young leaves have the flavor of celery and are used in just about anything celery is used in like stews, soups, salads, poultry, potato salad, etc.
Stems and roots can be used as well. The flavor bright and fresh. Much easier to grow than celery. Best used fresh, can be dried or frozen. Place leaves in icecube trays and add water. These cubes can then be added to soups in the winter to add that celery flavor.
Hardy Perennial that requires care throughtout the year.
Lovage Planting Instruction
Direct sow or transplant. Start seeds 6-8 weeks before the last frost when soil has reach 60 degrees. Germinates in about 10-14 days. Sow seeds 1-2 inches apart. Once established thin 2 feet apart, row spacing 3 ft.
Partial or full sun. Does well in weakly alkaline soil.