The Hyssop plant prefers sunny dry climates and is a popular garden herb. Its flowering tops make it sweet, inviting, with an aromatic scent. Ancient Romans used this herb to help them through difficult times and so did the old Greeks.
||June to September
||Flowering herb without roots
||Thrives in neutral to chalky soil, good ventilation, ample sun and dry conditions. Frequently found along field paths and at the edges of fields and forests