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Where to buy Tarragon, Chervil, Savory plants

Posted by AnnClaire TN (My Page) on
Tue, Jul 2, 13 at 23:07

I am LATE in planting my herb garden and although I have managed to find quite a few organic herb plants to go in my large container on my deck, I am missing some that I really want! Namely chervil, tarragon and summer savory. None of my local suppliers seem to have these plants because it's s late in the season. Any recommendations on where I could get them? Online or at a nursery near me? I am located in Nashville, TN. Thank you!!

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RE: Where to buy Tarragon, Chervil, Savory plants

You can look into buying seeds of chervil and summer savory. They are easy to grow from seeds. But you cannot find French Tarragon seeds. They are propagated by root division. You can buy fresh tarragon and try to root it using root hormone.. I have done a few times but it is very difficult.

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