Tarragon Seeds

$3.75

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Tarragon is a tall, aromatic herb which produces mild tasting, narrow green leaves, primarily used fresh as a seasoning. 

How to Grow Tarragon

  • Latin Name: Artemisia dracunculus
  • Annual
  • Days to Maturity: 60- 70
  • Hardiness Zone: 5- 9
  • Soil: Ph 7.5- 7.8, Dry, well drained soil
  • Temperature: Warm
  • Light Preference: Full sun or partial shade
  • Planting:
    • Depth: 1/4"
    • Plant Space: 18"
  • Pests/disease: Repels deer and harmful insects; attracts butterflies & bees
  • Seed Count:
    • 1 oz.- Approximately 168,000 seeds
    • 4 oz.- Approximately 672,000 seeds
    • 1 lb.- Approximately 2,688,000 seeds


A well established Tarragon plant is highly tolerant of drought. These plants should not require any watering except in a case of extreme, continuous drought. Once the plant has become sufficiently well established you may harvest either entire stems or the entire plant by cutting a couple inches above the base. For full flavor use fresh Tarragon.