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Texas Tarragon Herb Plant

Your price: $8.95
  • - Spacing: 12 inches
  • - Days to Harvest: 30
  • - Pairs well with different dishes
  • - Each 3-Inch Pot contains 1 Texas Tarragon Herb Plant
Plant Features

Texas Tarragon is a versatile herb that proves hardier than its counterparts by thriving in hot and humid climates. With thin, blade shaped leaves and a profusion of golden yellow flowers that bloom at the end of summer, you'll be enjoying the fragrance. The edible flowers can be tossed into a summer salad or used as a unique garnish. The mild anise flavor of this herb pairs well with chicken dishes, soups and stews. Let's get cookin'! It can be grown indoors within a few feet of a east, south, or west facing window. Indoor plants should be watered just as the potting mix starts to dry.

Tarragon Companion Plants: Lettuce, Sunflowers, Chives

Our Texas Tarragon Herb Plants are grown with a commitment to natural methods, ensuring they're healthy and robust. Guaranteed to arrive alive and thriving!

Attribute name Attribute value
Plant Needs
Sunlight 6+ hours
Overwinter Zones 9, 10, 11
Watering Needs Water when the top 1 inch of soil is dry
Soil Properties Well-drained
Tolerates Sandy soil
Fertilizer When transplanted and then once every Spring
Attribute name Attribute value
Plant Characteristics
When to harvest When individual leaves are the desired size
Production Time Multiply Pickings
Habit Upright
Foliage Color Green
Features Fragrant, Heat tolerant
Garden Styles Container Garden
Plant Used for Aesthetic Appeal, Borders and Edging, Edible
Pet Friendly Yes
Plant Type Open-Pollinated

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Texas Tarragon Beautiful

My wife plants everything. The TX Tarragon is doing extremely well. Not matter how hot it is here. Thank you the special care you take packing all her orders.

From Samuel | August 23, 2022

Growing strong

Have this in my sunny garden. Arrived strong and healthy. Rabbits avoiding for now.

From Carol | June 19, 2021