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  • BORAGE*Organic

    BORAGE*Organic

    Borago officinalis

    Annual

    Deep blue flowers, great in salads. A 2 foot tall plant with fuzzy gray-green leaves. Approx. 50 seeds/Pkt; 750 seeds/½ oz. Propagation: Seeds. Germination: 7-14 days at 75° F. Companion Plant: Tomatoes, squash, and strawberries. Deters tomato hornworm. Culture: Direct seed after frost danger. Space 15 inches apart. Sun, partial shade; relatively dry, poor soils.
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  • Bouquet Dill - Organic

    Bouquet Dill - Organic

    Earlier blooming than Mammoth with large seed umbels and dark green foliage.
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  • Calendula, Resina - Certified Organic

    Calendula, Resina - Certified Organic

    85-90 Days

    The sunniest flowering herb w/ a long bloom period. Blossoms are edible & the petals look lovely in salads. Rich in carotenoid for use as a dye. Plant after last frost. Direct seed 3 seeds/foot in rows 30" apart. Thin to 8-12" apart.
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  • CATNIP - Organic

    CATNIP - Organic

    Direct seed in April and thin to 15". Deters flea beetles. Normal germination is 40%. 825 Seeds
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  • Chives - Organic

    Chives - Organic

    Allium schoenoprasum

    Perennial

    Thin, round leaves widely used in soups and sauces. Grows in clumps reaching up to 12 inches high with lavender flowers in mid-summer. Plants can be potted and moved indoors to provide a fresh supply when cooking.
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  • CILANTRO - Organic

    CILANTRO - Organic

    Leisure Slow Bolting

    Coriandrum sativum

    Annual

    A slow-bolting variety of Coriander that produces lush vegetative growth. Also called Chinese Parsley. The greens are used in Mexican and Chinese cooking. Gives salsa authentic flavor. 2 feet tall. Seeds are Coriander, used for culinary purposes.



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  • Dukat Dill

    Dukat Dill

    A dark green erect variety that produces a high yield of green dill, umbels, and seed. High essential oil content of .4%. Approx. 1855 seeds/Pkt; 21,00 seeds/1 oz.



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  • Fresh Herb Keeper

    Fresh Herb Keeper

    Nothing is more delicious or aromatic than the taste of fresh herbs. Our Herb Keeper locks in the flavor of fresh herbs for up to three weeks. Stores up to three bunches of fresh herbs at a time. Perfect for fresh parsley, cilantro, oregano, and more. Also doubles as a great way to keep asparagus fresh and hydrated with it's unique water reservoir. 10 inches tall.
    Culinary Note: One tablespoon of chopped fresh herbs equals one teaspoon of the same herb, dried.
    $13.00
  • Garlic Chives - Organic

    Garlic Chives - Organic

    Allium tuberosum Perennial. Also called Chinese Leeks. Beautiful white flower heads. Resembles regular chives except that its leaves are shiny and flat. Good strong garlic flavor, delicious in salads and stir-fry cooking. 375 seeds
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  • Large Leaf Basil - Organic

    Large Leaf Basil - Organic

    Large dark green sweet basil with uniform broad leaves. Great variety for market. Plant plenty for pesto! Slow bolting. Approx. 300 seeds/Pkt; 18,000 seeds/oz.


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  • Mammoth Dill*organic

    Mammoth Dill*organic

    A tall species of dill which produces a moderate amount of aromatic greens and flavorful seeds. Abundant self-seeder. Approx. 1000 seeds/Pkt; 48,000 seeds/¼ lb.
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  • MARJORAM - Organic

    MARJORAM - Organic

    Origanum marjorana

    Tender Perennial

    Will not survive northern winters. Leaves are used in vinegars, soups, salads, dressings, roast lamb and tomato dishes. Trim back for more leaves. Approx. 840 seeds/Pkt; 30,000 seeds/¼ oz. Propagation: Seeds, cuttings. Germination: 14 days at 60°F. Normal germ. 50%. Culture: Start indoors 6 weeks before transplanting in May. Full sun; alkaline, moist soils.
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  • OREGANO, Greek-Organic

    OREGANO, Greek-Organic

    Origanum spp.

    Perennial

    True oregano flavor. Use the leaves in chili, tomato sauce, meats, and pizza. Dark green leaves with white flowers. Approx. 1000 seeds/Pkt; 18,750 seeds/1/16 oz. Propagation: Seeds and cuttings. Germination: 14-21 days at 70° F. Normal germination 50%. Culture: Sow 4-6 weeks before transplanting in May, or direct seed when soil temperature reaches 70° F. Space 8-1\" apart. Full sun. Well drained average soil. Will winter over in mild areas of the north, if mulched.
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  • PARSLEY-DARK GREEN ITALIAN - Organic

    PARSLEY-DARK GREEN ITALIAN - Organic

    Biennial

    Propagation: Seeds. Germination: 14-21 days at 75-85° F. Normal germ 60%. Companion Plant: Tomatoes, asparagus. Culture: Sow thinly in the spring, ¼-½ inch deep in rows 12-18 inches apart. Deep bed spacing 4 inches. Cool season. Plant 2-4 weeks before last frost.
    Slightly acid soil pH 6.0-6.8.

    80 days. Petroselinum crispum var. Neapolitanum

    Glossy flat-leaf Italian variety. Called for in many gourmet recipes.
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  • PARSLEY-MOSS CURLED - Organic

    PARSLEY-MOSS CURLED - Organic

    Biennial

    Propagation: Seeds. Germination: 14-21 days at 75-85° F. Normal germ 60%. Companion Plant: Tomatoes, asparagus. Culture: Sow thinly in the spring, ¼-½ inch deep in rows 12-18 inches apart. Deep bed spacing 4 inches. Cool season. Plant 2-4 weeks before last frost. Slightly acid soil pH 6.0-6.8. 71 days. Petroselinum crispum. Finely-curled, more ornamental variety. Winter hardy.
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