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Medicinal herbs have been used to treat common ailments for thousands of years. We keep a variety of them in our home, as a first line of defense before going to the doctor. They are typically supportive and restorative, and they are not intended to be a substitute for modern medicine in the treatment of any illness.

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  • Angelica
    $2.50 Angelica
    Perennial, hardy in zones 4-9. It is best known for its candied stems which have a flavor similar to licorice. Traditionally the whole plant has been used as a remedy for many health ailments including coughs and colds...
  • Anise
    $2.50 Anise
    120 day. This annual has been cultivated for thousands of years. It is both culinary and medicinal, with its licorice flavor that is good with baked goods. It requires a long hot summer to bring the seeds to maturity...
  • Anise Hyssop
    $2.50 Anise Hyssop
    In the mint family, Anise Hyssop has a pleasant licorice flavor and it's leaves are a wonderful addition to a herbal tea.  It also has a beautiful purple flower, making it a welcome addition to a perennial flower bed...
  • Bee Balm
    $2.50 Bee Balm
    Monarda didyma panorama mix.  Also known as Monarda, Bee Balm is an aromatic herb native to eastern North America.  It is best grown in full sun, but can tolerate some shade.  It is an excellent flower to...
  • Borage
    $2.00 Borage
    Borage is a wonderful companion plant in your vegetable garden.  Said to be an excellent companion tomtoatoes and squash, it has beautiful blue flowers that are edible and taste similar to a cucumber.  The flowers...
  • Calendula - Orange King
    $3.00 Calendula - Orange King
    Beautiful and functional, calendula are wonderful flowers to grow.  Also known as pot marigold, calendular is not a marigold, but a flower in the daisy family.  These beautiful flowers are typically used...
  • Calendula - Pacific Beauty Mixture
    $2.00 Calendula - Pacific Beauty Mixture
    These beautiful Calendula have a range of colors of large flowers on straight stems.  It's a more heat tolerant variety than most calendula.   15 inches tall.   Minimum of 50 seeds per packet...
  • Catnip
    $2.50 Catnip
    80-90 day. In the mint family, catnip is excellent grown for a tea, but is also loved by cats. It is a larger plant, growing up to 4 feet tall. It can be used as a companion plant and is thought to repel many harmful insects...
  • Chamomile - German
    $2.00 Chamomile - German
    Matricaria chamomila.  German Chamomile is typically used in teas to aid in sleep. An infusion of the flowers can also be used to help with dampening off in seed starts.  It's also a beautiful flower and a great...
  • Chamomile - Roman
    $2.50 Chamomile - Roman
    Chamaemelum nobile.  Roman chamomile is also known as 'lawn' chamomile.  It grows low to the ground, and for some is considered a weed.  It has beautiful white flowers.    6 inches. ...
  • Comfrey
    $2.50 Comfrey
    Perennial, hardy in zones 3-8, common comfrey has been used for centuries. It has purple, rose or white flowers. The leaves are traditionally used as a topical to treat wounds and reduce pain in cuts and scratches. I have...
  • Echinacea
    $2.50 Echinacea
    Also known as Purple Coneflower, this beautiful perennial blooms in late summer and early fall. It is traditionally used in teas to treat cold symptoms.     Minimum of 30 seeds per packet...
  • Fenugreek
    $2.50 Fenugreek
    In cultivation since the Bronze Age, fenugreek is used as a spice, tea, vegetable, and dye. It grows best in well drained soil. It is a legume and it needs little fertilizer.     Minimum of 25 seeds per packet...
  • Herbal First Aid Collection
    $22.00 Herbal First Aid Collection
    I've always wanted a collection of herbs growing in the yard to go pick and use for first aid purposes.  My herbalist friend, Laura, put together this wonderful collection of herbs traditionally used for cuts, burns,...
  • Herbal Tea Collection
    $17.50 Herbal Tea Collection
    There's nothing more comforting than a nice cup of herbal tea.  Not only delicious, an herbal tea can be calming and soothing, aiding in sleep or an upset stomach.  Our family loves a cup of hot tea in the winter,...
  • Lavender, Vera
    $2.50 Lavender, Vera
    Grown for it's beautifully scented flowers, lavender is very versatile plant.  It is beautiful as a perennial in a flower bed with it's feathery spikes of light purple flowers above it's gray-green foliage, but it's...
  • Lemon Balm
    $2.50 Lemon Balm
    A member of the mint family, lemon balm has a pleasant lemony scent and flavor. It is excellent in teas, and is traditionally used as a mosquito repellant. It is a smaller plant, growing more as a groundcover. Less so than...
  • Lovage
    $2.50 Lovage
    Perennial, hardy in zones 5-8. The leaves have a mild celery flavor that can be used in soups and stews. It is a vigorous and tall growing herb with beautiful yellow flowers.     Minimum of 25 seeds per packet...
  • Marshmallow
    $2.50 Marshmallow
    Perennial, hardy in zones 3-9. Traditionally the root is used to sooth irritated skin of the throat, eyes, and lungs.     Minimum of 100 seeds per packet.
  • Mullein
    $2.50 Mullein
    Biennial in zones 4-9. Traditionally used to treat coughs, mullein has striking yellow flower stalks that grow from a base of wooly gray green leaves.     Minimum of 100 seeds per packet...

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