Common, Lovage Seeds


Common, Lovage Seeds


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.
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Botanical Name

Levisticum officinale

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200 seeds

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Direct Sow







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Growing Instructions

Learning Download: How to Grow Lovage

Although it resembles celery, lovage is actually in the carrot family. It has a high salt content, and its stalks and stems are best when used in carbohydrate-rich dishes like pasta and potatoes.

Before Planting: Direct sow seeds five to six weeks before the last frost date.

Planting: Sow the seeds on the surface of the soil and dust a light covering of sand over.

Watering: Water regularly.

Fertilizer: Fertilize regularly with liquid fertilizer.

Days to Maturity: Lovage will begin to bloom in the early summer and continue blooming through late summer.

Harvesting: All parts of the lovage herb are harvestable. Its leaves can be added to salads, roots can be dug up after the season is over to be used as a vegetable and stems can replace celery.

Tips: Lovage is a good companion plant for potatoes and other root vegetables.

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