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Micromeria fruticosa, White Micromeria, Little Mint, Wild Hyssop, White Zota

Micromeria fruticosa

White Micromeria, Little Mint, Wild Hyssop, White Zota
Family: Lamiaceae
Origin: Mediterranean area
Small shrub 2-5 ftFull sunModerate waterFragrantEthnomedical plant.
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White Zota is a dwarf evergreen shrub endemic to Israel and the eastern Mediterranean. White Zota adds a wonderful lemon-mint flavor to your herb tea.

The strong seasonal variation observed in the chemical composition of M. fruticosa is primarily due to leaf maturation.

Grow indoors in a very bright window or under fluorescent lights (ideal). Pinch back often to stimulate new growth.



Micromeria fruticosa, White Micromeria, Little Mint, Wild Hyssop, White Zota
Micromeria fruticosa, White Micromeria, Little Mint, Wild Hyssop, White Zota
Micromeria fruticosa, White Micromeria, Little Mint, Wild Hyssop, White Zota


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