information: "Horehound" is very easy to
grow. Iin some instances it's even considered a weed.
be started from seed or collected in an vacant field in early
spring. Sow Common Horehound seeds in
shallow holes 18" apart. Keep soil moist until seeds sprout.
Attention must be paid to Common Horehound as it will rapidly take
over your garden.
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Harvesting & Storage: The
top 1/3 of the first season growth can be harvested and dried.
Harvest second season plants just before they form flowers. As
soon as the leaves have dried place them in an airtight