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I've actually got THREE Tarragon plants. One spindly one which survived the mildest winter we've had in years (usually they actually survive better than that) and two new ones I bought this year. None of them are doing particularly well in my garden and when I think of it, I've never grown the kind of lush plant that my daughter in Vancouver can grow in a pot (and she doesn't even like Tarragon). Doesn't seem fair!
Anyway, does Tarragon need a milder climate to really do well? Any tips for improving its performance in an Ottawa garden?