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Sow indoors 6-8 weeks before average last frost. Sow outdoors 1-2 weeks after average last frost.
Russian Tarragon actually prefers poor soils and happily tolerates drought and neglect.
The plant divides easily and can be grown easily from seed.
Benefits from a good fertilizing at the start of the growing season.
Regular using and cutting of plants early in the season develops a desirable compact growth habit.
Remove sprigs as needed. For best flavor, harvest just before flowering.
Tarragon is considered a nurse plant, which means it enhances the growth and flavor of anything planted nearby.
Its also disliked by most garden pests, so plant tarragon with just about anything in the garden, but especially eggplant.