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Tarragon's subtle licorice-like flavor can elevate any recipe.
Artemisia dracunculus


Tarragon is commonly used in French cuisine, where it is a key ingredient in the classic BĂ©arnaise sauce. The taste of tarragon is slightly sweet, with a hint of anise and a mild bitterness. It pairs perfectly with chicken, fish, and egg dishes, adding depth to the flavors. Tarragon is also a great addition to soups, stews, and sauces, and it can even be used in salad dressings and marinades. The herb's versatility extends beyond savory dishes as well. It can be used to add a unique flavor to sweet recipes, such as cakes, ice creams, and syrups. Whether you're creating a classic French dish or experimenting with a new recipe, tarragon is sure to add a delightful twist to your culinary creations.



Herb Care

  • You can start harvesting once the leaves develop the aroma.
  • Harvest as you go, and leaves will grow back.