How to grow lemon balm and lemon verbena

In this short video, Monty extols the virtues of lemon balm and lemon verbena, and gives tips on growing them.

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Surround yourself with wonderfully lemon-scented foliage by growing lemon balm (Melissa officinalis) and lemon verbena (Aloysia citrodora). In this Gardeners' World programme clip, Monty Don explains the different conditions they each need and how to get the best from these deliciously fragrant herbs. 

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