The lemon balm plant (Melissa officinalis) is actually a member of the mint family and is a perennial herb. It grows as a bushy, leafy herb with a pleasant lemon smell and small white flowers. If not carefully controlled, lemon balm can quickly become invasive in the garden.
Although the flowers are small, they have a bold rosemary flavor. They should be used dried or fresh as a garnish for savory dishes and salads, and pair well with roasted vegetables, fruits, or whipped cream.
Note: It is not recommended to grow rosemary in tower garden too long as it is a bush and could damage you tower.
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