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  1. German Chamomile

    GERMAN CHAMOMILE

    Matricaria Recutita. Annual. This 15 inch tall, feathery-leaved plant is best known for its apple-like flavor and fragrance. Used in teas and medicinally as a sedative, nerve tonic, and skin cleanser. It has remarkable properties as a companion plant in making compost due to an affinity with calcium. Needs light to germinate. 800 seeds Learn More
    $1.50

  2. ROMAN CHAMOMILE

    ROMAN CHAMOMILE

    Chamaemelum Nobilis. Perennial. Translated from the Greek,"chamomile" means ground apple, referring to the apple-like odor and the fact that it makes a fine ground cover and substitute for grass. Plants are 4 inches tall and rapidly spreading (invasive in fact). Our strain is hardy to 20 degrees below zero. The dried flowers are used to make a sedative tea, nerve tonic, and skin cleanser, and it is used in potpourri. 350 seeds Learn More
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  3. ECHINACEA - NARROW LEAF

    ECHINACEA - NARROW LEAF

    Echinacea Angustifolia Perennial. The true medicinal echinacea, this variety grows to 5 feet in width and is covered with pale pink to violet 2 inch blooms. Echinacea was widely used by the plains indians and is still in use today as an anti-bacterial, an immune system stimulant, and as an insecticide. Seeds are best cold treated prior to planting. Cold-treating simply involves placing the seed in an airtight bag or container and putting the seeds in your freezer for two to four weeks to simulate a winter's exposure. When you remove the seeds from the freezer, leave them in the bag or container without opening for several hours to let them slowly get back to room temperature before planting.The root of the plant is the primary medicinal contributor. 50 seeds Learn More
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  4. Elcampane

    ELCAMPANE INULA HELENIUM

    This perennial grows to 8 feet tall with many side branches with numerous bright yellow flowers from mid to late summer. Grows well in full sun to partial shade in zones 3 to 8. Roots are used medicinally as an expectorant with antibacterial and antifungal properties. As a dye plant, the roots yield a blue dye and the flowers a yellow-orange dye. 50 seeds Learn More
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  5. FENUGREEK

    FENUGREEK

    Trigonella Foenum Graecum. This annual from the legume family is easy to grow, direct seeding 1/2 inch deep. Plants grow 1 1/2 - 2 feet tall. Seeds are used to treat indigestion and symptoms of menopause due to the hormone-like substance diosgenin. Also useful for headaches. The leaves are a welcome addition to any salad. 100 seeds Learn More
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  6. WHITE HOREHOUND

    WHITE HOREHOUND

    Marrubium Vulgare. Perennial. Remember those bitter horehound cough drops? Germinates in 12 to 21 days. Plants are 2 feet tall with fuzzy gray-green leaves and small white flowers. Likes full sun and dry soil. Used for coughs and colds. 70 seeds Learn More
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  7. Hyssop

    HYSSOP

    Hyssopus Officinalis. Pretty, shiny-leaved herb growing to two feet. Bluish-pink flowers bloom in later summer. Very aromatic leaves, reminiscent of basil; flowers are used in potpourris. Medicinally, it is used for colds, flu, and bronchitis as it has some anti-viral properties. 100 seeds Learn More
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  8. MARSHMALLOW

    MARSHMALLOW

    Althaea Officinalis. PerenniaSlow to germinate. Plants are 4 feet tall with 1 to 2 inch pink flowers. Grows in sun or partial shade and as the name implies likes wet feet. Used for stomach and urinary tract problems, also soothes skin ailments. Mature roots were the original ingredient of marshmallows. 75 seeds Learn More
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  9. MARIGOLD - MEXICAN

    MARIGOLD - MEXICAN

    Tagetes Minuta. This 4 to 6 foot tall marigold rarely flowers in temperate climates. It will kill nematodes in the soil and also control nearby weeds. In South America, it is used to flavor soups and meat. Recent research indicates that it has strong anti-viral properties. The leaves have a minty scent and can also be used in dyeing. 50 seeds Learn More
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  10. MARIGOLD - GROUND CONTROL

    MARIGOLD - GROUND CONTROL

    This variety has the most potent nematicidal effect of all the single flowered marigolds. Nice yellow flowers upon 24 to 36 inch foliage; it is heat tolerant, attractive for landscaping, and has long-lasting blooms. 100 seeds. Learn More
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  11. MOTHERWORT

    MOTHERWORT

    Leonurus Cardiaca. Perennial. Grows to 3 feet tall with small purple flowers in whorls along the stem. As the Latin name indicates, it has been thought to benefit the heart. Also relieves nervous tension and menopausal symptoms.?50 seeds Learn More
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  12. Milk Thistle

    MILK THISTLE

    Silybum Marianum. Forms a rosette of leaveoften 3 feet across. Color is a distinctive dark green variegated with white. The bluish-purple seed head reaches a height of 4 feet. Young leaves can be eaten as greens and the root is similar to salsify. Said to be good for the liver. 50 seeds Learn More
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