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Culinary

Culinary Herbs are a wonderful way to add lots of flavor to everything you cook. Easy to grow, they can be grown almost anywhere. 

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  • 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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  • 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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  • Parsley, Giant Italian - Organic

    Parsley, Giant Italian - Organic

    70 days.  With huge, beautiful, dark green leaves, this variety is one of the best culinary parsleys.  It has a great flavor and strong stems that stand up well to frost and is one of the best varieties for fresh eating and drying...

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  • Basil, Thai - Organic

    Basil, Thai - Organic

    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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  • Chives, Garlic - Organic

    Chives, Garlic - Organic

    Often considered an Asian herb, garlic chives are also known as Chinese chives or Chinese leeks.  They have a mild garlic onion flavor.  They are a bit less cold hardy than standard chives, so if you live in zone 4 or lower, it is best to cover...

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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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  • Korean Licorice Mint

    Korean Licorice Mint

    A wonderful perennial mint, it has green, heart shaped leaves and purple flowers.  It does not spread like other mints, but stays in small clumps.  It has a licorice scent and is a great addition to salads, cooking, and in teas. Minimum of 200...

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  • Stevia

    Stevia

    This super sweet herb is a great choice for a natural sweetener.  Just grow and dry the leaves and use the powdered leaves to sweeten almost anything.  My daughter loves stevia sweetened tea, yogurt and even whipped cream! Minimum of 25 seeds...

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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...

    $3.25
  • Poppy, Chima Family Heirloom Poppy, Chima Family Heirloom

    Poppy, Chima Family Heirloom

    Beautiful deep pink to red blooms with lots of petals.  The seeds can be used in cooking, making it a wonderful dual-purpose flower. 30-36 inches tall.    Minimum of 100 seeds per packet.

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  • Basil, Holy (Tulsi)

    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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  • Mustard, Brown

    Mustard, Brown

      85 days Mustard seeds are used to make prepared mustard and mustard powder. Either ferment and grind with vinegar and salt to make your own homemade mustard, or grind into a powder or use the seeds whole or crushed to flavor your food. Brown...

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  • Mustard, Yellow

    Mustard, Yellow

    85 days Mustard seeds are used to make prepared mustard and mustard powder. Either ferment and grind with vinegar and salt to make your own homemade mustard, or grind into a powder or use the seeds whole or crushed to flavor your food. Yellow mustard...

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  • Fennel, Bronze - Organic

    Fennel, Bronze - Organic

    Brought to the Americas by Spanish settlers, Bronze Fennel graces the roads along the California coast between the missions. It is prized for its delicious, anise flavored leaves that can be used to flavor fish, meat and vegetable dishes. It has...

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