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(OP) HEIRLOOM. 40 days. Pleasant nutty flavor at baby leaf stage. Adds unmistakable fine peppery/sweet flavor when mature. Deeply serrated dark green leaves. Quick to sprout. Very hardy. Can be grown as a spring or fall crop. Nice accent for mixed salads when picked 2-3”L. Greens past their prime may be lightly steamed with other greens such as mustard or turnip greens, or used in cream soups. Cut-and-come-again green. Approximately 14,100 seeds per ounce or 225,720 seeds per pound
(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. Approximately 48,000 seeds per ounce. **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-Annual) 70 days. Large, vigorous 12- 15” H plant. Prolific producer of excellent tasting lemony, spicy leaves. Silvery green foliage, sturdy branches and large leaves make for a great ornamental plant. Late flowering deters developing a bitter taste. Need one more reason to try Persian Basil? The beautiful pink flowers are highly attractive to bees and other pollinators. Basil adds kick to pesto, soups, seafood, bruschetta, salads, pizza and infused in your favorite olive oil. Excellent patio containers or in the herb garden. Approximately 15,600 seeds per ounce or 249,600 seeds per pound
(OP) HEIRLOOM. 80 days. ANNUAL. Traditional Italian favorite! Very popular and versatile! Heavy yielding and superb taste! 10-12”H plants produce 1-2”L broad, shiny deep green, slightly cupped leaves. Savor them FRESH or DRIED in pesto, pasta sauces, flavored vinegars, tea, meat, fish and vegetables. Grow outdoors, indoor, in containers or sow. **Plant near tomatoes, repels flies; Enemy to rue. Approximately 16,000 seeds per ounce
(OP Annual) 65 days. Apple scented 1 ½’H plants. Profusely produces small, sweet smelling, daisy-like flowers! Tea made from them aids digestion and acts as a gentle sleep inducer. Approximately 395,000 seeds per ounce
(OP) HEIRLOOM. 80 days. PERENNIAL. VERY HARDY. 12-18” dark green tubular grass-like leaves and lavender-pink flowers are EDIBLE. Add a fresh, delicate mild green-onion flavor when added to soups, potatoes, eggs, cheese dishes, salads and other favorite recipes. Grow indoors, in containers or sow outdoors. **Plant throughout garden to deter pests; plant near carrots to improve growth and repel carrot flies. Approximately 23,000 seeds per ounce
(OP-Perennial) 75 days. Vigorous grower with a nice “just right” garlic flavor. 18-20”H plants produce slightly wider, flatter and more refined leaves than other varieties. Pretty white flower stalks emerge late in the season making this an edible that can serve a dual purpose as an ornamental. Excellent culinary herb for use in stir-fries, soups, compound butters and garnishes. Bees and butterflies love the blooms!
Standard (50%), Tested (10/2018), Germ (31%)
1/32 oz was $2.65 now $1.15
1/8 oz was $4.95 now $2.95
1 oz was $9.35 now $6.95
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(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. Approximately 2,000 seeds per ounce
(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. Approximately 15,000 seeds per ounce
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