For growing instructions, see the end of each variety description.

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(Tagetes lucida) Used as a substitute for French tarragon. Often compared to...
$2.75
Item # 71309

(Silybum marianum) All parts are edible. The young leaves (with spines removed) may...
$2.50
Item # 71274

(Mentha sp.) Hardy, aromatic native plant. Variable. Mint grown from seed...
$2.75
Item # 71235

(Origanum vulgare) An essential spice of pizza as well as tomato, cheese, and meat...
$2.75
Item # 71237

(Porophyllum ruderale) Mexican herb with decorative round 2 in. leaves (wider than...
$2.75
Item # 71308

Beautiful bluish-purple flowers give way to...
$2.95
Item # 71306

(Portulaca oleracea sativa) Upright plants with orange stems and large smooth...
$2.50
Item # 71299

(Hibiscus sabdariffa) Highly productive strain, great for Deep South growers. Louise Divine...
$2.75
Item # 71312

(Hibiscus sabdariffa) Highly productive strain, great for Deep South growers. Louise Divine...
$7.50
Item # 71312C

(Hibiscus sabdariffa) Beautiful 3-5 ft. plants with red stems and leaf veins. The...
$2.95
Item # 71301

(Hibiscus sabdariffa) Beautiful 3-5 ft. plants with red stems and leaf veins. The...
$8.50
Item # 71301C

(Rosemarinus officinalis) Rosemary is a versatile culinary seasoning for many...
$2.75
Item # 71239

(Salvia officinalis) 75 days. Best known as a flavoring herb for meats,...
$2.50
Item # 71241

(Salvia officinalis) 75 days. Best known as a flavoring herb for meats, dressings,...
$6.25
Item # 71241C

(Satureja hortensis) 60 days. Cooking herb used for flavoring meats,...
$2.50
Item # 71242

(Rumex acetosa) Cold-hardy to 12°F. Use sparingly as a salad green for its...
$2.50
Item # 71246

(Thymus serpyllum) A low-growing herb suited for rock gardens and raised herb beds....
$2.50
Item # 71249

(Thymus vulgaris) 85 days. Flavor-ing for sauces, soups, meats, dressings, and bean...
$2.50
Item # 71250

(Thymus vulgaris) 90 days. Stronger flavor for cooking, smaller plants than German...
$2.75
Item # 71304

(Nasturtium officinale) Best sown spring through mid-summer. Rich in...
$2.75
Item # 71219