Herbs that give a lemon scent:
Lemon Verbena for a sheltered spot.
Lemon Balm and Variegated Lemon Balm give the strongest, freshest lemon scent!
Calamint for a minty lemon fragrance.
Last but not least are the lemon fragrances of these colourful beauties; Thyme Silver Queen, Orange Thyme, Thyme Doone Valley and Thyme Anderson’s Gold.
What herbs make a herbal tea
How to make a herbal tea – place flowers and, or, leaves in a teapot, add boiling water, brew for 5 minutes, strain it and drink.
The herbs below can make a herbal tea, and they also have other asserts:
Anise Hyssop also has tall purple flower spikes.
Purple Coneflower has beautiful tall pink-purple flowers.
Clary Sage has got bold foliage with pink, white or mauve bracts on vertical spikes.
Roman Chamomile has feathery foliage with small white daisy flowers.
Catmint has masses of blue flowers.
Calamint has tubular pink – lilac flowers.
American Mountain Mint has small creamy flowers.
Sweet Woodruff has fragrant, white flowers.
What herbs can be used in fruit salads:
Broad Leaf Thyme for its pungent fragrance.
To give a lemon taste try; Orange Thyme or Thyme Anderson’s Gold.
For a lemony pine taste try; Rosemary Primley Blue.
For a fresh minty taste try Variegated Pineapple Mint or Mint.
Lemon Balm and Lemon Balm Variegated is hard to beat with its lemon fragrance.
What herbs to put in drinks:
Lemon Verbena gives a lovely lemon taste.