French tarragon has a unique mixed taste of mild vanilla and sweet aniseed. Its leaves are narrow, tapering, and slightly floppy, growing from a long, slender stem. French tarragon is a popular herb and is considered to be the best as its flavor is more subtle than the Russian ones. Its widely used in the French cousin and is a great addition to many recipes.
Remove the plastic bag is the first thing to do. You can keep the plant indoors or, even better, outdoor but never fully exposed to the sunlight or extreme heat ( above 40 degrees) . Make sure you water the plant every second day or whenever it looks floppy. Water deeply at least once a week. The best practice is to transplant to a larger pot. It keeps the roots growing deep and the soil moist. Your goal when growing in a container is to keep the soil from drying out. The best time of day for water is early in the morning. One last tip if you keep them in a pot is to have a flowerpot dish that he's keeping the soil moist and at the same time, allows the water in excess to drain.