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Grow a Licorice Garden: Black Licorice Flavored Plants


Photo Credit AndyRobertsPhoto

Photo Credit AndyRobertsPhoto




Tricia of the Untrained Housewife shares a variety of black licorice-favored plants that you can grow in your garden.  You can put them in teas, eat them in salads, or eat them directly from the garden.  She also shares the medicinal benefits of each plant.  Here’s one example:


Anise hyssop (Licorice Mint) attracts pollinators like bees and butterflies into your garden.Eat the Anise Hyssop flowers raw or include them in fruit salads or teas.  You can also use the leaves as a seasoning in a sweet and sour salad. Tricia also shares a great idea for muffins using Anise Hyssop.

Click on the Grow a Licorice Garden: Black Licorice Flavored Plants link below to get the details on all 5 licorice-flavored plants.


Grow a Licorice Garden: Black Licorice Flavored Plants




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