Lemon Balm (Melissa officinalis) Buddy Pack


Lemon Balm is an infinitely useful companion plant for cannabis. Vigorous and easy to grow it is a beneficial addition to any herb garden.

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Lemon Balm helps attract bees, is good for you and simply smells great

A welcome addition to any organic apothecary and a useful companion plant Lemon Balm (Melissa officinalis) has been cultivated by humans for centuries. It is exceptionally vigorous and will quickly dominate your companion herb garden, filling every corner with heart-shaped lemon-scented leaves. You should certainly consider growing Lemon Balm in pots placed around your plants and pinch off flower spikes to stop seeding and encourage vegetation.

A rambunctious perennial that enjoys cooler weather or a shady spot Lemon Balm can be used to treat insect bites, just pinch off a leaf and rub it on the wound. As a companion plant for cannabis it helps control mosquitoes and gnats while encouraging bees and other pollinators to your garden.

Lemon Balm is super easy to grow and plays well with others. It is every-plants friend in the garden so select other companion plants that like growing in similar conditions such as dill or other members of the mint family.

Lemon Balm will add a distinctive citrussy twang to the post rain petrichor pot pourri of your companion herb garden. Use it dried for lemon flavoured teas or raw in salads, particularly with fish. When the growing season is over your Lemon Balm will die back and go into hibernation over the colder months. A little bit of fertilizer loving will see your plants come booming back ready to do it all again in the spring.

CONTENTS: 0.20 grams

Lemon Balm (Melissa officinalis) Buddy Pack data sheet
Botanical Name Melissa officinalis
Average Height
Location In pot, In soil
Lifespan Annual
Required Space 50x30
Amount of Sun Full sun, Partial sun
Seed Depth 0.1cm
Watering Schedule A little
Suitable For Outside
Frost Resistant Yes
Plant Type Herb
Uses Bees, Companion plant, Fragrant, Insects, Medicinal, Tea
Poisonous No
Outdoor sowing period April, August, July, June, May
Harvest period August, July, June, October, September

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    La calidad de las semillas es excelente, crecen rápido y bien. En las flores hay más semillas, por lo que puedes sembrar otra tanda de melisa para el año siguiente.


    Des petites grainé visiblement pressés germé. Elles sont encore bébé donc je peut pas en dire plus pour le moment


    Je les ai mise dans le meme pot que mon plant. Les deux se développent bien. Convient plus pour des photopériodiques que pour des auto selon moi.


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    Slow grow
    Took forever to sprout then died soon after, another planting of it didn't sprout at all.


    Don't go without this one!
    Considering the extremely low cost of these seeds compared to the ones you most likely have been looking at, it would be a shame not to add some to your garden. The citrus fragrance is lovely, and works very well as a cover up of dank skunk odors. The seeds can take up to two weeks to germinate, so plan accordingly. Remember to keep these plants moist at all times, and trim them if they become too leggy and tall.

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