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Allium schoenoprasum

Allium schoenoprasum

Common Name: Chives, Common (Perennial)
These hollow, dark green, slender leaves and the flowering stems shoot full flavor! The flavor is that of a delicate onion and refreshingly light. The delicate, edible flowers have a milder flavor than the leaves and add a decorative touch to dishes...

Allium tuberosum

Allium tuberosum

Common Name: Chive, Garlic (Perennial)
An extra tasty and decorative chive. Blue-purplish umbel shaped, edible bloom appears in August to accent the green-blue leaves. Use the flower and leaves in salads, cheese and egg dishes, gravies, soups and oils. Garlic flavor is subtle, but wonder...

Aloysia triphylla

Aloysia triphylla

Common Name: Verbena, Lemon (Tender Perennial)

This tender perennial herb is an unassuming deciduous shrub with highly aromatic, pointed leaves and white blooms in the summer. Use in teas, soups, salads and fish entrees. Preserve by air-drying. Popular for sachets and potpourri.

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Anethum graveolens

Anethum graveolens

Common Name: Dill, 'Fernleaf' (Annual)

The blue-green, feathery, fern-like foliage makes this hardy annual resembles a small version of Fennel. Blooms are flat, 6" across, compound umbels of yellow. Very aromatic, adds a delicate texture to the garden. Use flowers and seeds for picklin...


Anthriscus cerefolium

Anthriscus cerefolium

Common Name: Chervil (Annual)

Spicy flavor, similar to parsley, but more mild flavor with a hint of liquorice or aniseed. Light green, lacy, deeply-cut foliage. Used to season soups, salads, poultry, seafood and omelettes.

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Armoracia rusticana

Armoracia rusticana

Common Name: Horseradish

Long fleshy roots used for a condiment and large rough leaves used in salads. Root releases oil when grated. Small white flowers appear in summer. This perennial edible is also considered an herb. Cultivated since antiquity, appreciated throughout...


Artemisia dracunculus

Artemisia dracunculus

Common Name: Tarragon, French (Perennial)
Tarragon's long, narrow, dark green leaves have a slight hint of vinegar to the taste. A very open habit with green lance-shaped foliage. An edible perennial herb that blooms in August. Flavor is sweet anise can be used in vinegars, or with fish, veg...

Borago officinalis

Borago officinalis

Common Name: Borage (Annual)

Fuzzy cucumber-scented, oval leaves on hairy stems with star-shaped blue blooms in the summer months. Leaves used in salads, garnish, teas or candied. Leaves contain potassium, calcium and mineral salts. Flowers are used to decorate salads and cak...


Coriandrum sativum

Coriandrum sativum

Common Name: Cilantro, Coriander (Annual)

The pungent leaves of this hardy annual are referred to as Cilantro. The spicy and citric flavored seeds are referred to as Coriander (used in breads, fruits, sausage). Coriander is also the main ingredient in curry poder. Two herbs from one plant...


Cuminum cyminum

Cuminum cyminum

Common Name: Cumin (Annual)

Seeds, with nutty and peppery flavor, are used either ground or whole in cuisines of many cultures. Very popular in flavoring Caribbean, Latin American and Asian cuisine. Finely divided, threadlike leaves.

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Cymbopogon citratus

Cymbopogon citratus

Common Name: Lemon Grass (Annual)
This herb stands tall with fragrant, bluish-green foliage and a white-green flower to top it off! This clumping, tender perennial grass is loaded with lemony scent and flavor! Easy to grow and will produce a good crop of leaves to make teas, beverag...

Dysphania ambrosiodes

Dysphania ambrosiodes

Common Name: Epazote (Annual)

Used as a 'leaf vegetable' and herb for its pungent flavor. Irregularly branched leaves and small flowers followed by numerous tiny black seeds. Used in Mexican cuisine, soups, salads and with bean dishes.

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Eruca sativa

Eruca sativa

Common Name: Arugula or Rocket (Annual)

Commonly known as Rocket, this edible leaf is spicy, somewhat nutty and peppery in flavor. Can be used as a green or as an herb. Use fresh, steamed or sauted like spinach.

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Foeniculum vulgare

Foeniculum vulgare

Common Name: Fennel (Tender Perennial)

This semi-hardy perennial herb has deep green, feathery leaves and blooms of compound umbels of yellow. This delicate herb is also very ornamental in the garden. As great texture behind other herbs or perennials. Also works well in a container....


Foeniculum vulgare 'Dulce'

Foeniculum vulgare 'Dulce'

Common Name: Fennel, Bronze (Tender Perennial)
This 3-5 foot herb decorates the garden with filigreed coppery leaves and lacy golden flower umbels that ripen mellow anise-flavored seeds. A stunning plant for any sunny situation! Both leaves and seeds can be used in stews, fish dishes, salad dre...

Helichrysum italicum

Helichrysum italicum

Common Name: Curry (Tender Perennial)
Called the curry plant because of the strong smell of its silver/white leaves, which can be used in salads and cooked food. Stems are woody at the base. The clusters of yellow flowers are produced in summer and can be used for teas or dried....

Lavandula angustifolia 'Hidcote'

Lavandula angustifolia 'Hidcote'

Common Name: English Lavender
Fragrant blue-green foliage with 3-4" whorled purple flower spikes. This variety has darker blue flowers than most of the English Lavenders. Lavender is a lovely herb that is popular in a rock or herb garden, as a border plant or in a container....

Lavandula angustifolia 'Munstead'

Lavandula angustifolia 'Munstead'

Common Name: English Lavender (Perennial)
Has rich lavender whorled flower spikes above very fragrant gray-green foliage. This is probably our best selling variety of Lavender, exhibiting all the traits that make Lavender a popular garden plant. Lovely in a rock or herb garden, as a border ...

Lavandula dentata

Lavandula dentata

Common Name: Lavender, French (Tender Perennial)
This herb looks silvery, covered in very fine, soft hairs. Lavender-blue spike blooms are showy and beautifully scented! Will bloom almost all season with enough light and warmth. A real butterfly attraction. Plant along walkways, use as a low hedg...

Lavendula stoechas 'Purple Ribbon'

Lavendula stoechas 'Purple Ribbon'

Common Name: Lavender, Spanish (Tender Perennial)

Deep purple flower heads with 'wing' petals floating atop, resembling a butterfly in flight. Sweetly fragrant with a very long bloom time and an upright, uniform habit. Gray-green foliage is narrow and sweetly scented.

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Levisticum officinale

Levisticum officinale

Common Name: Lovage (Perennial)

A tall, upright perennial herb with bright green leaves with a celery-like taste. Leaves are used as an herb or in salad, the roots are used as a vegetable and the seeds as a spice.

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Matricaria recutita

Matricaria recutita

Common Name: Chamomile, German (Annual)
Fern-like foliage covered with downy fuzz, little daisy-like flowers bloom late spring through late summer. Blooms are a pleasant, fresh apple scent. A lovely addition to any landscape situation. This is an annual but will reseed if some flower hea...

Melissa officinalis

Melissa officinalis

Common Name: Lemon Balm (Perennial)
This upright perennial herb is loosely branched with coarse leaves and attracts attention more for its scent rather than its appearance. Releases a nice strong scent when touched. A useful plant for kitchen and garden. This member of the mint family,...

Mentha piperita 'Chocolate'

Mentha piperita 'Chocolate'

Common Name: Mint, Chocolate (Perennial)
This herb is not only tasty, but its color and scent is also a delight. Aromatic leaves and purple blooms in spring are a treat for the senses. This delicious chololate-mint scented foliage sets it apart from other mints. Lovely a garnish, a superb ...

Mentha piperita

Mentha piperita

Common Name: Peppermint (Perennial)

Very aromatic, easy to grow herb with many culinary and medicinal qualities. Contains a high menthol content. Dark green leaves with red veins and a light purple flower.

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Mentha requienii

Mentha requienii

Common Name: Corsican Mint (Perennial)

Low growing mint with tiny leaves and strong scent. Used in rock gardens, as a groundcover and planted along stepping stones.

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Mentha spicata

Mentha spicata

Common Name: Mint 'Kentucky Colonel' (Perennial)

A very large, crinkled leaf with spearmint flavor and scent. Popularly used in Mojitos and Mint Juleps. Easy to grow.  Pale pink blooms in summer.

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Mentha spicata or viridis

Mentha spicata or viridis

Common Name: Spearmint (Perennial)
This common, hardy, garden mint has sharply pointed, toothed, stalkless, hairy, spear-shaped, bright green foliage that emits an intense spearmint flavor and scent when crushed. Dainty, lilac flowers appear in midsummer. Nice groundcover for beds and...

Mentha villosa

Mentha villosa

Common Name: Mojito Mint (Tender Perennial)
This Cuban mint is regarded for its sweet flavor and fragrant foliage. Green foliage is vigorous. Mojita Mint is clearly different from other mints- scent and flavor are considerably more mild and warm. White blooms are a colorful addition to this se...

Nepeta cataria

Nepeta cataria

Common Name: Catnip (Perennial)
The plant has a strong smell of mint. Add a few fresh leaves to green salads. Either fresh or dried leaves will make a refreshing, therapeutic tea. The dried, crushed leaves can be stuffed into cloth pouches to make wonderful cat toys....

Ocimum 'Pesto Perpetuo' PP16,260

Ocimum 'Pesto Perpetuo' PP16,260

Common Name: Basil, Greek Columnar (Annual)
This variegated sport of Greek Columnar Basil has light green foliage with creamy white edges. No flower on this basil. Slightly-lemon flavor throughout the seasons. A very attractive and useful herb....

Ocimum basilicum

Ocimum basilicum

Common Name: Basil, Sweet (Annual)
Very green, glossy, fragrant leaves on this bushy herb. Small white flowers on spikes appear in the summer. A must for every herb garden. The fresh flavor of basil is always welcome in salads, in marinades, as a sandwich garnish, and in a pesto sa...

Ocimum basilicum 'Red Rubin'
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Ocimum basilicum 'Red Rubin'

Common Name: Basil, Red Rubin (Annual)
Wonderful aroma, intense purple foliage and sweet clove-like basil flavor. Used in oils, salads, pasta dishes and as an ornamental in the garden. Great compact habit....

Ocimum basilicum 'Sweet Dani'

Ocimum basilicum 'Sweet Dani'

Common Name: Basil, Sweet Dani (Annual)
This lemon scented basil has large leaves and a vigorous growth habit. An annual in the U.S.- will want to replenish in the herb garden every year! The scent is as delicious as the taste!...

Ocimum basilicum 'Queen of Siam'

Ocimum basilicum 'Queen of Siam'

Common Name: Basil, Thai (Annual)
Thai basil has slender, lush green, oval leaves with deep serrations on the edges and a more camporous aroma than sweet basil. Purplish flower buds and stems and carries anise overtones to its sweet basil scent....

Ocimum basilicum 'Mammoth'

Ocimum basilicum 'Mammoth'

Common Name: Basil, Mammoth (Annual)

Ruffles, glossy, bright green 4" wide leaves are excellent for wrapping chopped beef and vegetables, sandwiches and salads. Taste is strong and sweet, aroma is heavenly!

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Ocimum basilicum 'Spicy Globe'

Ocimum basilicum 'Spicy Globe'

Common Name: Basil 'Spicy Globe' (Annual)

A mounded, compact bush basil with small leaves and a very spicy flavor. Maintains flavor when dried.

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Ocimum kilimandscharicum basilicum purureum 'African Blue'

Ocimum kilimandscharicum basilicum purureum 'African Blue'

Common Name: Basil, African Blue (Annual)

A sterile, very ornamental and edible Basil. Deep purple veining on green leaves make this an attractive culinary and garden choice. The flowers can also be used to top pasta dishes, garnish plates, and add to beverages. Leaves are generally used ...


Origanum majorana

Origanum majorana

Common Name: Sweet Marjoram (Tender Perennial)

Aromatic gray-green leaves from red-brown stems. A slow grower, 'cold-sensative' herb. Cultivated for its aromatic leaves that can be used fresh or dried. Very flavor synonymus with oregano, but a bit more balsam-like. Compact in habit.

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Origanum majoricum

Origanum majoricum

Common Name: Oregano, Italian (Tender Perennial)
This sun-loving herb is spicy and very aromatic in the garden as well as in your culinary uses. A mounded herb with small, round aromatic leaves. Bears tiny white flowers with pink bracts in early summer. A must for every herb garden. Use the flowers...

Origanum prismaticum

Origanum prismaticum

Common Name: Oregano, Greek (Perennial)
This herb is an aromatic, herbaceous, compact perennial with hairy leaves and small, white flowers. Most will agree, Greek oregano has a stronger pepper flavor than standard Oregano. Excellent in fine Italian and Mexican cuisine. Used for culinary, ...

Origanum vulgare 'Hot & Spicy'

Origanum vulgare 'Hot & Spicy'

Common Name: Oregano, Hot & Spicy (Tender Perennial)

Very aromatic oregano with a bold, strong flavor. Great in Mexican, Greek or Italian cuisine. Heat factor is often compared to a mild chili pepper. Can be used fresh or dry, dried being much less bitter. This well rounded herb has many trailing st...


Petroselinum crispum

Petroselinum crispum

Common Name: Parsley, Curly (Biennial)
This green biennial has curly, frilly leaflets. This attractive, compact plant has earned its place as a border or edging in the herb and ornamental beds. The leaves have a gentle flavor that works especially well at blending the flavors around it...

Petroselinum crispum neapolitanum

Petroselinum crispum neapolitanum

Common Name: Parsley, Flat Italian (Biennial)
This herb exhibits leaves that are flat, dark green and deeply cut and very flavorful. This is the best parsley for drying or freezing. This herb is extremely versatile, adds flavor to just about any dish. Complimentary to meats, fish or soups. Very...

Pogostemon cablin

Pogostemon cablin

Common Name: Patchouli (Annual)
This highly fragrant selection is valued for its oil properties and mint-sandalwood scent. White, violet-marked flowers appear in summer. The essential oil of Patchouli is used in perfumery and aromatherapy. Patchouli oil is probably best known as...

Rheum rhubarbarum 'Crimson Red'

Rheum rhubarbarum 'Crimson Red'

Common Name: Rhubarb 'Crimson Red'

Bright crimson colored, large and thick stalks with a sweet, yet tart flavor. Very winter hardy. Each plant produces heavy yields year after year.

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Rosmarinus lavandulaceus

Rosmarinus lavandulaceus

Common Name: Rosemary, Prostate (Annual)
An open, bushy habit with gray-green, lemony-scented leaves and blue flowers. One of the most fragrant herbs! Lox-growing, creeping habit with loads of full flavor! Grows well in a container, as a groundcover or as a clipped dwarf hedge. Use in cooki...

Rosmarinus officinalis

Rosmarinus officinalis

Common Name: Rosemary, Common (Annual)
Rosemary has an open, bushy habit with gray-green, lemony-scented leaves and light blue flowers. Looks great in the garden as a specimen or clipped hedge. An essential ingredient for lamb dishes, roast meats, sausages, fish, poultry and potatoes. Us...

Rumex sanguineus

Rumex sanguineus

Common Name: Red Veined Sorrel (Perennial)

Intense tart, lemony flavor on this ornamental and edible leaf. Dark green leaves with deep red veins make this an attractive choice for seasoning the garden and culinary dishes.

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Salvia elegans

Salvia elegans

Common Name: Sage, Pineapple (Tender Perennial)

A very showy herb with an exotic scent. Rounded form of pineapple scented foliage topped with late blooming bright red blooms. An excellent garnish for beverages such as iced tea and lemonade. Hummingbirds are very attracted to the tubular blooms ...


Salvia officinalis

Salvia officinalis

Common Name: Sage, Common (Perennial)
This shrub-like herb produces dense shoots of velvety gray-green leaves. The scent is very distinctive and powerful. Leaves, flowers and tender stems can all be used, as active agents are distributed throughout the plant. Sage adds a restful accen...

Salvia officinalis 'Aurea'

Salvia officinalis 'Aurea'

Common Name: Sage, Golden (Tender Perennial)
Everyone should have this variegated herb! This salvia produces striking aromatic foliage of green and yellow that almost seems to glow! Very attractive herb garden addition, as a border or in a container. Use leaves in teas, eggs, meats, breads, s...

Salvia officinalis 'Tricolor'

Salvia officinalis 'Tricolor'

Common Name: Sage, Tricolor (Tender Perennial)
This very decorative sage has variegated leaves of cream, purple and green. Even more attractive in bloom with blue flowers. Ornamental qualities for in the garden and in the home. Use leaves in teas, eggs, meats, breads, soups and gravies. Use leav...

Salvia officinalis 'Purpurascens'

Salvia officinalis 'Purpurascens'

Common Name: Sage, Purple (Perennial)

Very attractive Sage with interesting blue-green-purple leaves and lovely purple flowers. Flavor is very similar to common sage, just a bit more ornamental. This herb can be used fresh or dried. Used for culinary purposes, floral arrangements, nos...


Salvia officinalis 'Berggarten'

Salvia officinalis 'Berggarten'

Common Name: Sage 'Berggarten' (Perennial)

This variety is more compact and ornamental than the species. Evergreen, pungent flavor and very aromatic gray-green leaves. Purple spike blooms in midsummer. Tolerant of alkaline soils.

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Satureia montana

Satureia montana

Common Name: Savory, Winter (Tender Perennial)
The long, dark green, semi-woody stems produce clouds of small white flowers. Perfect for fresh or dried uses....

Stevia rebaudiana
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Stevia rebaudiana

Common Name: Sweet Herb (Annual)
A natural substitute for refined sugar! Leaves are 20-30 times sweeter than sugar cane. A flavorful addition to your kitchen or patio....

Tagetes lucida

Tagetes lucida

Common Name: Tarragon, Mexican/Mint Marigold (Annual)

Anise scented foliage with bright yellow marigold-like blooms. Very drought and poor soil tolerant. Both the dried leaves and flowers can be used to make tea. The edible flowers make an interesting salad addition.

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Thymus citriodorus

Thymus citriodorus

Common Name: Thyme, Lemon (Perennial)
Dark green, fragrant foliage with sweet, light lavender-pink flowers. This Thyme is lemon-scented! Great for a sensory garden in full sun....

Thymus vulgaris

Thymus vulgaris

Common Name: Thyme, English (Perennial)
A small, evergreen, aromatic shrub with gray-green leaves and white to pale purple flowers that bloom in the summer months....

Thymus vulgaris 'Argenteus'

Thymus vulgaris 'Argenteus'

Common Name: Silver Edge Thyme (Perennial)

Fragrant, variegated foliage with lemony flavor is an excellent choice with multiple uses. Serves as a wonderful groundcover, culinary flavoring, containers and medicinal uses. Pale purple blooms in summer.

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