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A “chef's best friend” and essential herb in French cuisine, French tarragon plants are sinfully aromatic with a scent redolent of sweet anise and flavor akin to that of licorice. Get growing tips here.

2 - Tarragon
2 - Tarragon
Item# tsrragon
$15.00

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Plant the transplants in well-drained soil about 2 to 3 feet apart in order to give each plant room to grow. A full-grown plant should cover about 12 inches of soil. The plants should grow to around 2 or 3 feet in height. Tarragon is a good companion to most vegetables in the garden.

French tarragon does not spread underground like other herbs, nor will it reseed. In fact, it rarely flowers and never produces seeds. That means that new plants must be produced from rooted cuttings in order to have the classic tarragon flavor. Growing French tarragon plants will flourish when planted in dry, well-aerated soils with a neutral pH of 6.5 to 7.5, although the herbs will do well in a slightly more acidic medium as well. Prior to planting French tarragon herbs, prepare the soil by mixing in 1 to 2 inches of well-composted organics or ˝ tablespoon of an all-purpose fertilizer (16-16-8) per square foot.

Adding organic matter not only feeds the French tarragon plants but will also aid in aerating the soil and improve water drainage. Work the organic nutrients or fertilizer into the top 6 to 8 inches of the soil.