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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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  • Chives - Organic

    Chives - Organic

    75 day.  A mild relative of the onion, both the leaves and purple flowers are edible.  Chopped raw chives add a nice flavor and visual appeal to many potato dishes as well as most vegetable dishes.  It is a hardy perennial, and quite...

    $4.00
  • Cilantro

    Cilantro

    55 day.  Traditionally used to flavor Mexican dishes, this herb has a distinct flavor that adds interest to salsas.  It can also be used to replace basil in your favorite pesto for an interesting variation on that traditional sauce...

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  • Cilantro - Organic

    Cilantro - Organic

    55 day.  Traditionally used to flavor Mexican dishes, this herb has a distinct flavor that adds interest to salsas.  It can also be used to replace basil in your favorite pesto for an interesting variation on that traditional sauce...

    $3.75
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  • Cumin

    Cumin

    115 day. A biennial, cumin is best grown in warm climates. The seeds are used in curries, chilies, and a lot of Southwest dishes. Traditionally, it’s used to aid digestion.     Minimum of 200 seeds per packet.

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  • Dill, Bouquet

    Dill, Bouquet

    60-70 day. Grown for its delicious leaves and wonderful seeds, Bouquet dill is the most widely grown variety.     Minimum of 200 seeds per packet.

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  • Dill, Dukat Dill, Dukat

    Dill, Dukat

    60-70 day.  Typically used to flavor pickles, dill is a versatile herb.  It complements fish, potatoes, or as a great base for a vegetable dip.  Dukat dill is one of the sweetest dills and remains in the leaf stage longer for a larger...

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  • Epazote

    Epazote

    This Mexican herb is traditionally added to bean dishes to prevent gas. It adds a richer, fuller flavor to cooked bean dishes.     Minimum of 250 seeds per packet.

    $3.25
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  • Fennel di Firenza

    Fennel di Firenza

    75 days.  An excellent variety of fennel, it has some resistance to bolting, and produces a nicely flavored root.  It also produces good tops and quality seeds.   Minimum of 200 seeds per packet.

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  • Fenugreek

    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.

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  • Garlic Chives

    Garlic Chives

    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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  • Korean Licorice Mint - Organic

    Korean Licorice Mint - Organic

    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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  • Lovage

    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.

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  • Mustard, Brown

    Mustard, Brown

    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 mustards seeds are...

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