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Lovage is a tall perennial herb that produces an abundance of basal leaves that give off an aroma that is similar to celery or parsley. It also produces small yellow flowers that bloom in the late spring. Its fragrant leaves can be used in salads, sauces and soups or used to garnish different dishes.
Lovage is a popular culinary herb that produces fine, dark green leaves that have an aroma and taste that is similar to celery. Its leaves can be used in salads, soups as well as added to poultry dishes. The Lovage's roots and stems are also edible. The yellow flowers that this herb produces in June to July attract beneficial insects such as bees.