Melissa Plant

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Generality of the Melissa Plant:

Melissa plant is a perennial herbaceous that reaches a height of 60-70 cm, native to Europe and the countries that overlook the Mediterranean. It consists of thick tufted tufts of thin stems, a square, opposite, pointed section, a heart shape, with a finely notched, wrinkled margin. It has numerous pinkish white tubular flowers. The leaves are very thin, but not too much.

On-line Sale of the Melissa plant, available in the following sizes:

  • Vase 14cm, Height: 20/30cm

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10 10% Up to €1.50
30 20% Up to €9.00
50 30% Up to €22.50
70 40% Up to €42.00
100 50% Up to €75.00

On-line Sale Of the Melissa plant, available in the following sizes:

  • Vase: 14cm, Height: 20/30cm

Generality of the Melissa Plant:

Melissa plant is a perennial herbaceous plant with a bushy habit and it can be cultivated in the borders of the garden or in pots. The cultivation is very simple because it does not require particular care and attention. The lemon balm develops in height for about 25-30 cm. The leaves of Melissa are ovate lamina and toothed margin. The leaves of Melissa are those that will allow us to prepare excellent teas, infusions or extract essential oils. Melissa flowers have a tubulose chalice and a yellowish-white corolla which, after fertilization, becomes rosy-lilac. Flowering occurs at the beginning of summer, starting from June-July. Fruits will develop from the flowers of Melissa. The fruit is a tetrachemio rich in seeds. The drying of the leaves of Melissa can take place naturally, in the oven or in dryers. The benefits associated with the use of melissa officinalis are varied and linked to its active ingredients. The Melissa can be used thanks to the use in the kitchen, using an infusion or an infusion, or you can use dry extracts or its essential oil for food use. The leaves of Melissa can be used both fresh and dried. Infusions and herbal teas made from lemon balm are widely used for relaxing properties, to reduce stress levels and emotional tension. Melissa is used leaves and flowers, the best period for harvesting falls in autumn or summer (October and July). Melissa can be preserved after drying or can be stored in the freezer. Flowers and leaves can be used to enrich salads and fish dishes.

Cultivation and Care of the Melissa Plant:

Regarding the cultivation of the Melissa in vase, choose a fresh and light soil. Melissa grows well in places in the shade: if you have a shaded wall in a balcony or terrace, it will be the perfect place to give to the plant. It has no special requirements: it does not like water stagnation. Melissa tends to spread easily, so you can grow it along the edges of the vegetable garden. For exposure, choose a dim light area.






Irrigation
Frequent
Exposure
Sunny
Plant Development
Normal
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