Culinary poppy seed, unusually sweet seeds and large seed heads. 2 inch tall heads bred to have closed vents--seeds will not leek out! Poppy seed flavor is sweeter with none of the bitterness. Light single lavender petals surround dark red/pink centers on 4 feet tall plants. Approx. 200 seeds/PKT; 55,000 seeds/oz. Flowering period: Summer/fall. Germination: 7-10 days at 60° F. Culture: Sow in flats 5 weeks before transplanting after last frost or direct seed in May. Thin to 6 inches apart. Will reseed itself. Full sun. Average soils.Price From: $3.50
Beautiful red to purple color which is outstanding when used as a garnish or in salads.Price From: $3.15
Old abundant LIfe Seed strain that is much better adapted to cool weather thatn other basils, even resisting late spring frosts that blacken other basils. Excellent choice for herbal teas or salad ingredient.Price From: $3.25
Our Spice Grinder has adjustable ceramic gears and grinds dried herbs and spices from fine to coarse. Removable lid catches up to one Tbls. of ground seasoning. Includes twelve spice labels and a 4 oz. bag of sea salt to clean the gears.
Culinary Note: Spices come from the bark, buds, fruit, roots, seeds and stems of plants and trees. Herbs are the fragrant leaves of a variety of edible plants that do not have woody stems.$13.00
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By Ann Reilly. Discusses how to start seeds indoors, and the advantages of starting your own seeds,$3.95
Short, compact aromatic herb. Great in soups, meat, or vegetable dishes. Has attractive tiny lavender flowers. Deters cabbage worms. Medicinal. Approx. 700 seeds/Pkt; 25,000 seeds/¼ oz. Propagation: Seeds and cuttings. Germination: 14-20 days at 55-60° F. Normal germination 50%. Culture: Direct seed in early May, or transplant 8-10 week old plants later in the month. Full sun. Light dry soils. Mulch to winter over.Price From: $3.50