3000 Vietnamese Lemon Balm Seeds Kinh Gioi Elsholtzia Ciliata Seeds Vietnamese Balm, Xiang ru (香薷), Lemon Mint.Vietnamese Mint Balm Oregano Seed Xiang Ru Herbal SeedsRegular price $11.99 Save $-11.99
Indulge in the aromatic world of Vietnamese cuisine with these 3000 seeds of Elsholtzia Ciliata, often known as Vietnamese Lemon Balm. If you're looking for a fragrant addition to your garden, consider growing this plant, which goes by several names including Lemon Mint and Xiang ru. It is a key element in Vietnamese cuisine.
A Visual and Aromatic Symphony
Vietnamese lemon mint has serrated edges and bright green leaves that are appetizing to the eyes and taste buds. Its tangy, lemony flavor is a welcome addition to any dish. Imagine the delight you'll experience when you sow these seeds and see them blossom into lush, aromatic plants that will bring a taste of Vietnamese cuisine into your garden.
Indulge in the Aromatic Paradise
Envision these plants gently swaying along your pathways, patios, and porches. If you let a mild breeze carry the refreshing aroma of lemon mint into your garden, it will become an aromatic paradise. Just like having one on hand, this all-natural air freshener will deliver a hint of lemony freshness right to your door.
Strong and versatile
Being a hardy plant, perennial Elsholtzia Cristata does well in regions with mild winters. Adding its signature scent and flavor all year long, it might be more than just a seasonal treat—it could be a garden buddy for life.
The Freedom to Express One's Taste in Food
A Vietnamese culinary mainstay, lemon mint has several uses. Not only does it complement soups and salads with its tangy flavor, but it also pairs well with poultry and pork. The leaves have a little lemon flavor and might be used as a garnish or steeped in tea.
A Pinch of Vibrant Nectar from Any Stem
When you care for these herbs, you're not just growing plants; you're cultivating a sense of vitality. When compared to store-bought herbs, the fragrant and savory leaves of Vietnamese Lemon Mint are unparalleled, whether used fresh in dishes or as a vibrant garnish.
In the end, these 3,000 Vietnamese lemon balm seeds are like a key that opens a whole new world of flavor and fragrance. You can grow a plant that looks good and tastes well, so it's a win-win situation for your culinary adventures. In a little amount of time at all, you may transform your garden into a fragrant haven—a miniature Vietnam right in your own backyard—by planting these seeds.