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Growing lemon balm in pots

Although it’s a member of the mint family, lemon balm is uniquely different! As the name suggests, this common garden herb doesn’t taste like your average mint. It instead possesses an aroma and flavor of lemons! This extraordinary flavor profile makes lemon balm a perfect candidate for making refreshing teas, or for the flavoring of chicken and fish dishes. Its uses are seemingly endless, but unfortunately you won’t find this herb in the supermarket. So, how do you get a hold of fresh lemon balm? Well, you have to grow it yourself! Luckily, it’s quite an easy herb to grow, and will do well in a variety of situations. With the container gardener in mind, this guide will focus on growing lemon balm in pots!

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Basics Needed to Grow Lemon Balm –

With a strong citrus aroma and flavor, Lemon Balm is a refreshing addition to any patio garden! Learn the basics of growing lemon balm in pots.