Tarragon, Dragon Wormwood - Artemisia dracunculus
Generally known and popular due to its particular aromatic flavour: sweet and yet somewhat bitter. Use sparingly as too much makes the flavour sharp. In 1536 J. de la Ruelle wrote: Tarragon is one of the best herbs for salads. Also suitable, for example, for fish dishes, and soups. Sow in the greenhouse or in the garden in a seedbed, prick out, and transplant to the final spot. In subsequent years cut back in autumn and cover in winter.