A very unique herb, called Kinh Gioi in Vetnam and also often called Vietnamese Balm or Vietnamese Mint in the West. Plants produce bright green saw-edged leaves with lemony scent flavor. Young leaves are used in fish and chicken dishes, salads, soups and tea drinks. It has been reported that Vientnamese also drink tea made by boiling water with fresh or dried leaves for medicinal uses. Plants grow very well in a sunny and warm area. Young leaves and tips can be harvested 30 days after transplanting. Plants grow to about 20 inches in avaerage. This variety produces many branches. Very productive. Good vaieity for open field planting and container growing.