Miscellaneous Herbs

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Munstead Lavender

Masses of dark purple-blue flower spikes on clump-like evergreen perennial. Attractive to bees. Fragrant.


Marino Cilantro

Edible leaves, seeds and flowers. Aka coriander. Extra slow bolting strain used during hot weather. Direct seed as coriander doesn't like to be transplanted.


Bouquet Dill

Most widely grown cultivar. Leaves can be used to flavor dishes. Leaf harvest may begin at 40 to 50 days and seed heads for pickling at 90 to 100 days.


Flat Leaf Parsley

Smooth, small flat leaf bunching type. Vigorous upright growth. Very dark glossy green color. Strong stems. Suitable for cutting and container cultivation.



Perennial. Tangy lemon flavored, 8'' sword shaped leaves. Source of a lot of vitamins. Use in fish soups and sauces.



Edible leaves and mostly blue, starry, mild cucumber flavored flowers. Use for salads, garnishes and lemonade or ice cubes. Selfseeding annual.


Dulce Fennel

Fennel is a hardy annual. Bulbing-types produce large sweet bulbs. Crisp anise flavor makes it a favorite of cooks. Direct seeding preferred; fennel doesn't like to be transplanted


Garlic Chives

Aka Chinese leeks.Mild onion-garlic flavor produce clumps of upright, hollow leaves and showy white flowers. Only small amounts to be used due to its strong flavor. Use as companion plants to repel aphids from flowers or vegetables. Selfseeding Perennial.


Staro Chives

Mild flavoured taste. Best variety with thicker leaves for freezing, drying, or fresh use. Edible flowers.


Greek Oregano

Essential garden herb with a delicious pungent flavor, claimed to be better and sharper than true oregano. Edible flowers. Attracts Beneficial Insects.



Wholesome, non caloric alternative to processed sugar and chemically-derived artificial sweeteners for health-conscious individuals.


Moss Curled Parsley

Fast-growing, high-yielding, compact plants. The leaves are a rich dark green, deeply cut and so thickly curled that it resembles moss.


Winter Thyme

Low-growing, wiry-stemmed perennial., with larger leaves than other thymes. Produces a strong aroma and dries well for culinary use.


Giant of Italy Parsley

Dark green, flat leaves with strong stems. Use leaves for garnishes, salads, and cooking. For highest yields, provide ample water and fertility.


Prince Orange Calendula

Unusual, sunflower-like, double flowering, bright orange marigold. Grows up to 4'; use as cut flower, in your border, or as herb.