Mexican mint marigold is a perennial plant native to Central America, prized for both its culinary and medicinal qualities. Its shiny, medium-green leaves can be used as a tarragon substitute, and its small, golden-yellow flowers are edible, imparting a spicy flavor with a hint of anise.
Aromatic leaves are a substitute for French Tarragon.
Aromatic leaves are a substitute for French tarragon.
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