Herbs

Herbs

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  • Basil Large Leaf Italian
    Ocimum basilicum LLI

    The classic Italian sweet Basil with large leaves. Easy to grow in the garden or containers, indoors or out. Harvest or pinch off the top sets of leaves as soon as the plant reaches about 6" in height.

    $2.90
  • Borage
    Borago officinalis

    A wonderful herb for any garden. The blue flowers are edible and have a delicate cucumber taste. A beneficial companion for other plants and great for compost. The roots provide Nitrogen to the soil. Grows in all zones as a self seeding annual.

    $2.97
  • Chamomile Roman
    Chamaemelum nobile

    An ancient and delightful medicinal herb grown for Chamomile tea, a gentle skin tonic, and an aromatic lawn. Easy to grow and a beneficial groundcover. Cold Hardy Perennial which returns every year. Do not sow on a windy day!

    $2.95
  • Cilantro-Coriander
    Coriandrum sativum

    Classic culinary herb that is easy to grow. Cilantro is the young leaves and Coriander is the spicy seeds the plant produces. The tiny white flowers are highly attractive to pollinators. Cilantro is a good companion for Tomatoes, Peas and beans.

    $2.97
  • Comfrey (True Comfrey)
    Symphytum officinalis

    Hardy perennial growing between 36 and 60 inches high, and easy to grow from seed. Comfrey will put nutrients into the soil, mulch trees and shrubs, prevent weeds, feed livestock, attract beneficial pollinators, and make quick compost tea.

    $2.95
  • Creeping Thyme
    Thymus serpyllum

    Edible, fragrant, low growing groundcover that looks stunning creeping over rocks or paving. Attracts beneficial pollinators into the garden. It is drought tolerant, prefers full sun, and great for covering unsightly areas.

    $2.97
  • Epazote
    Dysphania ambrosioides

    Herb growing 1-3 feet most commonly used as a culinary ingredient in Mexican cuisine, especially bean dishes. Historically used in cooking by the Mayans and Aztecs. Fresh leaves are recommended for a better flavor. Has medicinal qualities.

    $2.97
  • Great Mullein
    Verbascum thapsus

    A spectacularly tall and graceful plant with pretty yellow flowers and giant fuzzy leaves. Used in herbal medicine for centuries. Beneficial pollinators are attracted to this easy to grow biennial that is drought tolerant, and loves full sun.

    $2.90
  • Lavender
    Lavandula angustifolia

    A long lived, low growing perennial shrub that produces silvery green leaves and spires of intensely fragrant blue flowers. The flowers attract many beneficial pollinators and are used in the most expensive perfumes. It grows in a nice round bushy form reaching 18” – 24” high and will bloom from spring until first frosts.

    $2.90
  • Lemon Balm (Organic)
    Melissa officinalis

    Beautiful, gentle herb with many beneficial uses, and deserving of the name ‘Balm’. Grow with Roman Chamomile for a wonderful 'home grown’ tonic. Can be made into lemonade with lemons or planted as a companion plant in the vegetable garden.

    $2.97
  • Lemon Grass
    Cymbopogon flexuosus

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    $2.90
  • Lovage
    Levisticum Officinalis

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    $2.90
  • Oregano
    Origanum vulgare

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    $2.90
  • Prunella vulgaris (Heal All)
    Prunella vulgaris

    A delightful herb used in salads, stews, and teas, and used as a beneficial healing herb for wounds, mouth ailments, and as a tonic. Prunella is a good source of nectar for butterflies, and a great low growing groundcover for difficult areas.

    $2.97
  • Pyrethrum Daisy
    Chrysanthemum cinerariifolium

    Attractive Daisy like flowers with a spicy scent growing 18-24 inches high. A perennial that can be difficult to get started but once established can live for many years. The flowers are cultivated commercially as a natural pesticide, and Pyrethrum is the safest pesticide especially around food.

    $3.39
  • Rosemary
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    Rosemary
    Rosmarinus officinalis

    Rosmarinus officinalis, the classic herb venerated by gardeners, cooks, and herbalists alike. In summer pretty blue flowers attract beneficial pollinators. The leaves can be used fresh, frozen or dried. Can be grown in containers indoors.

    $2.95
  • Rue
    Ruta Graveolens

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    $2.97
  • Sage
    Salvia officinalis

    The classic culinary sage and a delight to grow for a variety of reasons: beautiful edible grey-green foliage, edible purple-blue flowers, an excellent contrast for the garden, and a tough drought tolerant plant in zones 5-9.

    $2.90
  • Stinging Nettle
    Urtica dioica

    Easy to grow and a good deterrent. Great for; composting, dried animal fodder, beneficial pollinators, improving soil, Nettle Tea, Cream of Nettle Soup, medicinal benefits. Grow in a container buried in the ground to prevent spreading.

    $2.97
  • Thyme Organic
    Thymus vulgaris

    Cold hardy culinary thyme is a sweet smelling edible groundcover. Attracts beneficial pollinators that are so vital to a healthy garden. Easy to grow, maintenance free, low growing, great seasoning herb. Heat and drought tolerant. 

    $2.97
  • Upland Cress
    Barbarea verna

    Spicy cress that is great for salads and garnishes, and packed with vitamins C, A, and K. Fast and easy to grow (30 days). Prefers cool weather so grow in spring and fall or grow indoors all year round!

    $2.90
  • White Horehound
    Marrubium vulgare

    Grown as a medicinal plant for over 2,000 years, especially in Europe for coughs, colds, dyspepsia, and loss of appetite. Horehound is served as a sacred herb on the Jewish Passover. Grows in a round bushy form with woody branches and white flowers produced in June.

    $2.95
  • Wild lettuce Lactuca virosa
    Lactuca virosa

    Grown medicinally for the milky white sap that oozes from the plant when it is cut, Wild Lettuce is the ancestor of all salad lettuces grown today. Used since ancient times and by indigenous tribes as a herbal remedy for pain, digestion, and stress.

    $2.99

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