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Herbs are the spice of life.  Culinary, in teas, or medicinally, herbs are a great addition to our gardens and our lives.  Herbs are also excellent companion plants, attracting the good bugs and driving the bad ones away.

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  • Saint John’s Wort

    Saint John’s Wort

    Saint John’s Wort (Hypericum perforatum)  A beautiful perennial shrub with bright yellow flowers. Leaves and flowers support the nervous system both internally and externally.

  • Poppy, Blue

    Poppy, Blue

    A Blue Breadseed poppy, this pretty flower is both beautiful and delicious.  Use the seeds to make poppy seed muffins or anywhere you want some of that great poppy seed texture. 24-36 inches tall.    Minimum of 100 seeds per packet.

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  • Calendula - Oopsy Daisy

    Calendula - Oopsy Daisy

    Calendula officinalis. 7 weeks.  24 inches. Beautiful single orange flowers grow on petite plants. Used medicinally, the flowers are a key herbal for skin health. The flowers, when boiled, yield a bright yellow-orange dye.  Minimum of 25...

  • Oregano, Greek

    Oregano, Greek

    80 days. The original oregano, it has smaller leaves and a spicier flavor than it's newer cousin, Italian oregano. Can be invasive.   Minimum of 300 seeds.

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  • Lavender, Vera - Organic

    Lavender, Vera - Organic

    Lavandula angustifolia vera.  2 feet tall.  Known for its beautiful scent, it has light purple flowers and gray-green foliage. The flowers can be used medicinally, both topically and internally, for much more than relaxation...

  • Basil, Greek - Organic

    Basil, Greek - Organic

    70 days. Also known as Ball basil, this beloved Greek variety is flavor-packed, easy to cultivate, and lovely in the garden. Greek basil is a compact heirloom favorite that matures to a round, topiary-like shape and produces smaller, easy to use...

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  • Basil, Dark Opal - Organic

    Basil, Dark Opal - Organic

    80 day.  Purple basil has been around since the late 1800's, and is really a beautiful addition to your garden.  It has deep purple leaves with lavender flowers.  A great herb to add to flavored oils or vinegars, and a wonderful contrast...

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  • Lemon Balm - Organic

    Lemon Balm - Organic

    Melissa officinalis.  With a wonderful lemon scent, the leaves make a delicious, calming tea. It has many other medicinal uses and it mixes well with other less tasty herbs.  Reseeds vigorously.  Minimum...

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  • Korean Licorice Mint

    Korean Licorice Mint

    A wonderful perennial mint with heart-shaped leaves, purple flowers, and a delicate licorice scent. Does not spread like other mints - grows in small clumps and remains in place. Delicious in salads and sautéed vegetables. Use as a tea to...

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  • Poppy, Heritage Farm

    Poppy, Heritage Farm

    Amazingly beautiful double pink blooms.  I had a mix up and there are a few Chima family seeds in the batch, but I think it is worth it to have these beauties.  The seeds can be used for cooking or baking.  One of my favorite parts of the...

  • Tobacco, Aztec (Wild)

    Tobacco, Aztec (Wild)

    SOLD OUT FOR 2021 Grown by the Native Americans for smoking and ceremonies, wild tobacco contains more nicotine than modern cultivars. Tobacco is a source of nicotine sulfate, a natural insecticide for controlling aphids, thripes, white flies and mites...

  • Milk Thistle

    Milk Thistle

    Silybum marianum.  Has beautiful light purple flowers. Its large seeds are popularly used medicinally to support liver health.   Minimum of 50 seeds per packet.

  • Lemon Mint

    Lemon Mint

    Although a member of the mint family, this is actually a bee balm or monarda, monarda citriodora. It has beautiful light purple flowers with a lemony scent when the leaves are crushed. It is frequently made into teas, but can be used in savory cooking...

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  • Hops


    Humulus lupulus.  Growing 20 feet or more, hops requires trellising. Well-known for its use in beer making. Flowers can be made into a very relaxing tea.   Minimum of 50 seeds per packet.