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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

    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...

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  • 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

    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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  • 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

    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

    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

    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.

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  • 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

    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

    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

    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

    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 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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