Mother's Herb Garden: The Lovage Plant

Though largely a forgotten herb now, the lovage plant was cultivated in Medieval times for culinary and medicinal purposes.



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The lovage plant has dark green leaves that look and smell like celery, and yellow flowers that bloom in June or July.
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A mature lovage plant may reach six feet in height or more.
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Medieval monks prized lovage for its medicinal and culinary uses.
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