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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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  • 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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  • Bee Balm

    Also known as Monarda or Bergamot, Bee Balm is an aromatic herb native to eastern North America.  It has been traditionally used as a topical antiseptic or mouthwash.  It is frequently used in teas and tastes slightly bitter with a mixture of...

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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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  • 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 medicinally for their anti-inflammatory...

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  • Calendula - Orange Organic

    Beautiful and functional, calendula are wonderful flowers to grow.  Also known as pot marigold, calendula is not a marigold, but a flower in the daisy family.  These beautiful flowers are typically used medicinally for their anti-inflammatory...

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  • Caraway

    75 day. A biennial, its leaves are used the first year and the seeds collected during the second. The seeds are commonly used to flavor breads. Traditionally it is used to treat indigestion and colic. It may become invasive.   Minimum of 200 seeds...

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  • 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 including flea beetles and...

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  • Chamomile, German

    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 addition to any garden...

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  • Chamomile, German - Organic

    Chamomile, German - Organic

    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 addition to any garden...

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  • 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.    Minimum of 200 seeds per...

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