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Annual. Leaves used in salads. Seed can be used in cookies, stew and tea. The tall plant with white flowers gives a fern-like appearance. Small fruits develop after blooming. Anise seed are within the kernels of the fruit.
(OP) HEIRLOOM. 80 days. PERENNIAL. VERY HARDY. 12-18” dark green tubular grass-like leaves and lavender-pink flowers are EDIBLE and add a fresh, delicate mild green-onion flavor when added to soups, potatoes, eggs, cheese dishes, salads and other favorite recipes. Grow outdoors, indoors, in containers or sow. **Plant throughout garden to deter pests; plant near carrots to improve growth and repel carrot flies.
(OP) HEIRLOOM. 35-40 days. ANNUAL. Superb quality! Long Standing. 7-8”H plants produce bushy, feathery round leaves with central flower stalk. Extra slow bolting. Great for hot climates. All parts of the plant are EDIBLE. Fully dried seeds (coriander) used commercially in candy, sauces soups and curries. Cilantro is actually the leaves of the plant. Traditionally chopped leaves used in salsas, curries and chutneys. One of the BEST beneficial insect attractors! **Plant near anise; Avoid beans, tomatoes and fennel.
(OP) HEIRLOOM. 45-55 days(leaf); 70 days (seed). ANNUAL. Ancient herb. 30-36”H delicate, dark green, feathery plants, 6” flowering umbels. Intoxicating dill aroma. Most widely grown dill for fresh eating, flowers and seed heads. Self seeding. Used in flavoring pickles, kraut, dips, cheese spreads, fish, breads and salads. Major attractor of beneficial insects and butterflies. **Plant near cucumbers and cabbage; Avoid carrot and fennel.
(OP) HEIRLOOM. 85 days. PERENNIAL. Original species of English lavender. Highly prized for its amazing fragrance and medicinal properties. 18-36”H bushy, branched plant produces a profusion of lilac-purple flowers throughout the summer on blue silvery foliage. One of the hardiest of ALL lavenders. Pungent leaves and flowers used in sachets, potpourris, wreaths, scenting linens, perfumes, aromatherapy. Beautiful landscape plant! **Helpful for cabbage, cauliflower and rue. Useful in deterring codling moths from around fruit trees. Attracts butterflies and other nectar feeding beneficial insects. Repels fleas, ticks, moths and even mice.
(OP) HEIRLOOM. 35 days. PERENNIAL. 18-24”H plant has 4-angled stems with 1 1/2-3”L oval toothed, shiny green leaves. Produces insignificant pale yellow flowers in summer. Spreads vigorously. Popular ingredient of herbal teas, having a pleasant flavor and calming effect. Used to treat colds, flu and indigestion. Fresh leaves give a lemon flavor to salads, soups, sauces and meats. **Lemon balm grows well with most vegetables especially since it attracts bees and other beneficial pollinators, while the strong, citrusy odor deters several unwelcome pests, including gnats and mosquitoes.
(OP) HEIRLOOM. 70 days. BIENNIAL. Attractive dark green intensely curled leaves on 18” upright stems. Fast growing. Holds for a long time at harvesting stage even in warm weather. Rich in vitamins A, B, C and a good source of calcium, thiamine, riboflavin and niacin. Most popular parsley for garnishing and flavor. **Plant near tomatoes; Avoid lettuce.
(OP) HEIRLOOM. 75 days. PERENNIAL. One of the best-known herbs. Small 12-24”H shrub with woody stems and broad, textured, downy grayish-green leaves and blue-purplish flowers. Strong, unique taste and aroma enhances the flavor of many dishes. **Plant near cabbage to repel the harmful cabbage butterfly. Protects carrots from insect pests. Avoid planting sage near cucumbers.
(OP) 60 days. NATURAL SUGAR SUBSTITUTE! 16 - 18” tall bushy plant with elongated light green foliage that produces prolifically. It can be used fresh, dried, as a liquid or granulated. This variety was developed for higher yields and improved sweetness (300 times sweeter than cane sugar). Perennial that can winter outside in zones 9-11 or brought inside in pots to overwinter in colder climates. Makes a perfect houseplant!
Annual. Leaves are slightly hairy and pointed on tall stems with flowers growing in small bunches. Milder than winter savory with peppery flavor. Traditionally used with bean dishes, soups and salads. Sometimes used as a salt substitute.
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