Medicinal Flowers

  • Gaillardia (Gaillardia aristata) Perennial

    Gaillardia (Gaillardia aristata) Perennial

    This native wildflower perennial blooms mid-to-late summer producing a bounty of red and gold daisy-like blossoms that draw pollinators to your garden. Gaillardia grows well across the country but loves dry climates. Easy to grow and care for! Minimum...
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  • Gem Marigold Mix (Tagetes tenuifolia)

    Gem Marigold Mix (Tagetes tenuifolia)

    A brilliant mix of buds in rich shades of garnet, clementine and citrine. Native to Central America, this profuse bloomer reaches just 12” tall, making it an excellent choice for border or edge planting. 200 seeds minimum Germination: 4-7...
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  • German Chamomile (Matricaria recutita)

    German Chamomile (Matricaria recutita)

    This dainty herb sports tiny white petals surrounding large golden centers. Used primarily for tea, it also makes an attractive choice for ground cover or ornamental planting. Tastes best if flowers are harvested soon after opening. 300 seeds...
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  • Heal All (Prunella vulgaris)

    Heal All (Prunella vulgaris)

    Also known as Allheal and Self Heal, this hardy perennial herb is highly valued for its diverse medicinal properties. Heal All's small purply-blue flowers are nectar rich and favored by bees and other pollinators, and its leaves are delicious in...
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  • Henna (Lawsonia inermis)

    Henna (Lawsonia inermis)

    Valued for centuries across the globe for its cosmetic properties, henna is best known as a source of dye that can be applied to hair, skin or nails. This shrubby desert plant reaches 16’ tall, requires full sun, and resists drought. 50 seeds...
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  • Hops (Humulus lupulus)

    Hops (Humulus lupulus)

    Sturdy climbing vines reach 20’ long or more and produce beautiful flowers and cone-shaped fruits (female). Hops is loved by pollinators and humans who enjoy tea and beer. Trellising is required. 50 minimum seeds Germination: 35-45 days Cold...
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  • Hyssop (Hyssopus officinalis) Perennial

    Hyssop (Hyssopus officinalis) Perennial

    Native to the Mediterranean region and naturalized throughout the US and Canada, Hyssop is valued for its antioxidant and medicinal properties. This member of the mint family is prized by beekeepers for the uniquely delicious flavor its blue,...
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  • Jacob’s Ladder (Polemonium caeruleum)

    Jacob’s Ladder (Polemonium caeruleum)

    Violet-blue, bell-shaped flowers adorn this heirloom’s fern-like foliage, which resembles the rungs of a ladder. Originally used for medicinal purposes dating back to the 1600s, Jacob’s Ladder is easy to grow. Prefers shady areas with rich...
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  • Jewel Mix Nasturtium (Tropaeolum minor)

    Jewel Mix Nasturtium (Tropaeolum minor)

    These bright dwarf blooms will bedazzle your flower beds all summer long! Plant this jewel mix alongside your vegetables to help keep harmful insects away, and try adding these edible gems to your salads for a colorful garnish. 25 seeds...
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  • Joe-Pye Weed (Eutrochium purpureum) Perennial

    Joe-Pye Weed (Eutrochium purpureum) Perennial

    This vanilla-scented wildflower is sure to dazzle garden visitors including butterflies with its rosy-hued summertime blooms. According to legend, an 18th-century medicine man named Joe Pye used it to cure fevers. Towering plants can reach 6’ tall...
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  • Johnny Jump Up Viola (Viola tricolor)

    Johnny Jump Up Viola (Viola tricolor)

    After a long winter, this lovely heirloom is sure to bring happiness and joy to one and all! Johnny Jump Up's colorful blooms of royal purple, yellow, and white are edible and will reseed. Cold hardy and very easy to grow. Deadhead to encourage a steady...
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  • Korean Licorice Mint (Agastache rugosa)

    Korean Licorice Mint (Agastache rugosa)

    Native to China and Korea, this perennial mint has amazing licorice flavor, tall stature, and powerhouse blue flowers for pollinators. For best flavor, harvest leaves before flowering begins. Grows in clumps and does not spread like other mints. Valued...
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