Medicinal Herbs
Medicinal Herbs
Medicinal Herbs
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New
Munstead-Type
Compact English lavender with a nice range of bloom colors.
Now available organic! Compact English lavender.
100 - 110 Days
New
Pleurisy Root
Showy orange flowers that attract butterflies and bees.
Now available organic! Showy orange flowers.
365 Days
A true Greek oregano with strong aroma and flavor.
A true Greek oregano.
80 - 90 Days
A zesty, versatile herb.
A zesty, versatile herb.
70 - 80 Days
Standard variety for use as a digestive aid and gentle sleep inducer.
Standard variety.
60 - 65 Days
Clear, bright-orange blooms are reminiscent of gerberas.
Clear, bright orange blooms are reminiscent of gerberas.
50 - 55 Days
The best clover for poor soils.
The best clover for poor soils.
70-90 bloom
Edible, bright lavender blooms with a spicy scent, a nectar plant.
Bright lavender blooms with a spicy scent.
365 Days
Distinct lemon flavor for teas and salads, flowers attracts bees.
Distinct lemon flavor.
70 Days
Spicy aroma with hints of coffee and chocolate, a mild spice flavor.
Unique, spicy aroma with hints of coffee and chocolate.
60 Days
Common purple coneflower, the easiest echinacea to grow.
Common purple coneflower.
300 - 365 Days
Standard choice with multiple uses.
Standard choice with multiple uses.
100-120 grain
Low-growing, multicut clover.
Low-growing, multicut clover.
Vigorous, high-yielding perennial, flowers are very attractive to bees.
Vigorous, high-yielding plants.
75 - 85 Days
A staple of the herb garden.
A staple of the herb garden.
80 - 90 Days
Popular bedding plant and edible flower; sweet, licorice-mint flavor.
Popular bedding plant and edible flower.
75 - 80 Days
A woodland plant native to eastern North America.
A woodland plant native to eastern North America.
5-6 years to root harvest
Culinary and medicinal, leaves used in salads, roots ground for coffee.
Culinary and medicinal.
95 to leaf harvest; 365 to root
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