One things I love about summer is the blooms on the Anise Hyssop plant in my garden and all the beautiful bumble bees it brings. When you rub up against it a fresh sent of licorice fills the air! Did you know that you can start many perennial plants from seed indoors or in a cold frame right now? In today’s share I asked Miriam Goldberger to share her favorite recipes using wildflower and or herbs.
Licorice by @miriamwildflr
Starting Licorice Seeds
Giant fistful of fresh licorice scented Anise Hyssop blossoms and some leaves.
Harvest a giant fistful of fresh licorice scented Anise Hyssop blossoms along with some leaves.
The leaves and blossoms can be steeped as a classic sun tea in a giant jar all day in the sun.
Place blooms and leaves in an old fashioned tea pot and pour very hot or boiling water and let steep for 10-12 minutes.
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