A neat and compact form of hyssop with deep blue flowers in late summer. Keep in a sunny position and no not over water (it prefers dry soil). Prune back hard (take off 2/3) in spring, to encourage new growth and keep neat. Fresh leaves can be added to stews, flowers sprinkled in salads. Leaves have antibacterial properties, infusions can be infused as a teas for coughs and colds.
Single herb plant in a 15cm Italian terracotta pot, with a matching saucer. Planted in a peat-free compost mix with added vermiculite for extra drainage.