Lemon Balm – A Lovely Mild Herb from Mint Family

A beautiful, appealing and healthy herb for your garden! Lemon balm is a perfect addition to your organic garden. It will provide your garden with a better, lemony scent. Let’s read below:

Basic Information for Planting Lemon Balm

  1. The best time for planting lemon balm is after the last frost date during the spring.
  2. Lemon balm performs well in low light spaces. In fact, you need to provide a little shade for better growth.
  3. The soil should be well-drained and its pH should be 6.7 to 7.3.
  4. The space between two plants should be at least 20 inches.
  5. The size of each plant varies between 24 to 36 inches in height.

Lemon Balm Use

While you are reading how the basic guide regarding how to grow lemon balm, you might be curious about its usage. Mostly, people use this beautiful and appealing herb to improve the beauty of their home.

There are very few people who know that you can use this herb in your dishes as well. Lemon balm provides a similar flavor to lemon in a dish, which is really awesome. Just try it ONCE!!!

Lemon balm actually belongs to the mint family. It is a mild herb and named lemon balm because of it smell which is similar to lemon.

Lemon balm is a South European herb, which is normally used with fish dishes, teas, poultry, and desserts. Yeah! you can also make a nice scented sachet from lemon balms. For this purpose, you can plant one of the herbs at the edge of the main gate. So, whenever someone opens the gate, air will be filled with lemony scent.

An important thing about this plant is that it attracts the bees. The beekeepers use this plant to gather more bees.

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