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

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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

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

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

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