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Herbs

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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  • 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. Traditionally, it has been used to...

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  • 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.   Minimum of 90 seeds...

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  • Basil, Cinnamon

    115 day.  With it's spicy cinnamon overtones, this basil is very unique.  It can be used in teas or desserts.  It also is a very decorative plant, with dark red stalks and bright green leaves.   Minimum of 200 seeds per packet.

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  • Basil, Dark Opal

    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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  • Basil, Genovese

    68 day.  The standard Italian culinary basil.  It is a great herb to grow to season tomato sauce and all your Italian dishes.  It is the traditional basil used to make pesto.   Minimum of 200 seeds per packet.

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  • Basil, Genovese - Organic

    68 day.  The standard Italian culinary basil.  It is a great herb to grow to season tomato sauce and all your Italian dishes.  It is the traditional basil used to make pesto.   Minimum of 200 seeds per packet.

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  • Basil, Greek

    70 days.  Also known as Ball basil, Green basil has tiny, hot, spicy leaves and grows into little balls, looking like tiny topiaries.  It's cute, decorative and distinctive.     Minimum of 200 seeds per packet.

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  • Basil, Holy (Tulsi)

    A very important part of Indain culture, Holy Basil is grown for religious and medicinal reasons. It is widely used in Ayurvedic medicine where it is known as the elixir of life and is supposed to promote longevity. It can be consumed as a tea, or eaten...

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  • Basil, Lemon

    60 day.  The lemon flavor of this basil makes it a wonderful complement to fish and salad dressing.   Minimum of 200 seeds per packet.

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  • Basil, Persian

     70 day.  A traditional basil from the middle east, it has silvery green leaves with a spicy citrus flavor.  Usually eaten raw with kebabs or in a salad, this is an excellent addition to your basil garden.   Minimum of 200 seeds per...

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  • Basil, Thai

    60 day.  This is an unusual basil with a light, spicy flavor.  Traditionally used in Asian dishes, but it can be used in any cuisine.   Minimum of 200 seeds per packet.

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  • Black Cumin

    Nigella Sativa.  Some say it tastes like onion, black pepper and oregano, while others say it is reminiscent to fennel, but all say it is bitter.  Black Cumin is traditionally used in Mediterranean and Indian cuisines to flavor sauces and...

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  • Borage

    Borage is a wonderful companion plant in your vegetable garden.  Said to be an excellent companion tomatoes and squash, it has beautiful blue flowers and fuzzy leaves that are both edible and taste similar to a cucumber.  The flowers are an...

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