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  1. Anise Hyssop

    ANISE HYSSOP

    Agastache Foeniculum. Also known as Licorice Mint. Grows to 3 feet tall with 4 to 5 inch spikes of purple flowers at top. Leaves are dark green and arrow shaped with a nice strong licorice flavor. Dry leaves and flowers are used in potpourris, arrangements, and drinks. Blooms in summer, the same year from seed. Very similar to Korean Mint.?100 seeds Learn More
    $1.50

  2. Basilico Finissimo Verde a Palla

    BASILICO FINISSIMO VERDE A PALLA

    A very refined globe-bush basil which we import from Italy. A quick grower which forms a neat, perfectly rounded, uniform bush. Very small, thin leaves on multi-branching stems distinguish this Ocimum minimum from the sweet basils (Ocimum basilicum), as does its particularly sweet fragrance and flavor. Useful as an ornamental as well as a culinary plant, this is interesting in containers or along borders and edges. Plants spaced 8" to 10" apart will form a continuous bulbous hedge while spacing 16" to 20" apart will allow each plant to form a distinct rounded globe. 100 seeds. Learn More
    $1.35

  3. Basilico Mostruoso Basil

    BASILICO MOSTRUOSO BASIL

    An great Italian Mammoth-leaf basil, with very large, blistering leaves and a strong licorice-like flavor. Plants grow over a foot tall, forming a dense bush with 3"x 4" bright green leaves. Besides being able to make a lot of pesto at once, you can also use whole leaves like you would grape leaves to wrap around a rice/vegetable stuffing, or as a garnish under large slices of tomato. Also quite suitable for drying. 100 seeds. Learn More
    $1.50

  4. Bianca Borage

    BIANCA BORAGE

    This lovely borage is more compact and sturdier than regular borage and also a bit later to flower. Eventually it will be covered with attractive white blooms. 50 seeds Learn More
    $1.50

  5. BLACK CUMIN

    BLACK CUMIN

    Nigella Sativa. Also called nutmeg flower and roman coriander, plants are 1 foot tall with 1 inch whitish green flowers that produce a large seed pod. Use is primarily culinary, seeds are spicy and aromatic and frequently used in breads and cakes much as you would poppy seeds. 100 seeds Learn More
    $1.35

  6. Black Mustard

    BLACK MUSTARD

    Brassica Nigra. Strong, usually mixed with other mustard, also used medicinally. Mustard is easy to grow. Harvest just as the seed pods develop a brownish tinge. Hang in a bag to dry for a couple of weeks, then shake the bag vigorously to release the seeds. Store seeds in an airtight jar until ready to grind. Grind with an herb grinder or grinding implement. 50 seeds Learn More
    $1.25

  7. Blue Spice Basil

    BLUE SPICE BASIL

    Presents bright green foliage with purple flowers and possess a strong basil scent with vanilla overtones. 100 seeds Learn More
    $1.35

  8. Borage

    BORAGE

    Borago Officinalis. About 3 feet tall with a spreading habit. Continuous Noxema-blue blooms attract lots of bees. Tough and drought resistant, it reseeds itself vigorously. Grown as an ornamental as well as for the fuzzy, cucumber-tasting leaves in the spring. 100 seeds Learn More
    $1.35

  9. BRONZE FENNEL

    BRONZE FENNEL

    Foeniculum Vulgare Var. A dramatic landscape plant as well as a culinary herb. The brownish bronze color which deepens as the season wears on, is truly unique in our experience. The flavor and use are similar to those for regular fennel. 30 seeds Learn More
    $1.50

  10. Brown Mustard

    BROWN MUSTARD

    Brassica Juncea. Mildest mustard. Mustard is easy to grow. Harvest just as the seed pods develop a brownish tinge. Hang in a bag to dry for a couple of weeks, then shake the bag vigorously to release the seeds. Store seeds in an airtight jar until ready to grind. Grind with an herb grinder or grinding implement. 50 seeds Learn More
    $1.25

  11. Bush Basil

    BUSH BASIL

    O. Basilicum Minimum. A compact mound of tiny light green leaves with white flowers, of equal value in both the landscape and the kitchen. Imparts a delicate spicy flavor to food and is especially good in soups. Just 8 inches tall, it can be grown in pots. 100 seeds. Learn More
    $1.25

  12. CARAWAY

    CARAWAY

    Carum Carvi. These seeds are my favorite addition to a number of vegetable and pasta dishes. The plant has a tap root, feathery leaves, and white flower umbels, all of which are also eaten. 100 seeds Learn More
    $1.25

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