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Dragon's Head?

Posted by MesquiteEnt z7 WestTX (My Page) on
Tue, Jan 18, 05 at 14:46

Has anyone here grown dragon's head before (Dracocephalum moldavica)? It's another new thing I decided to try this year. Supposed to have lemon-scented leaves that are good for tea, and I thought I read that you could cook with it. Another intriguing edible plant for me to try!

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RE: Dragon's Head?

I grew it when I lived in northern Minnesota. It grew great on the east side of the house. I didn't know the leaves were good for tea, but the bees absolutely loved the flowers.

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