Artemisia dracunculus 'sativa'
This is the real culinary Tarragon. It's narrow shiny leaves have a rich peppery-anise flavor, making it a natural with chicken and fish. It is also a tasty addition to mushrooms, leeks, and potatoes and essential in bearnaise and other creamy sauces. To make your own Tarragon vinegar, simply store fresh branches in a good white wine vinegar. Tarragon thrives in well-drained soil in a sunny spot.
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