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  1. ZEFA FINO FENNEL

    ZEFA FINO FENNEL

    Foeniculum Vulgare Known as Finnochio in Italy, Zefa Fino is great because all parts of the plant are edible with a sweet, licorice-like flavor. The 4inch, medallion shaped bulbs mature in 90 days but the leaves of the 2 foot plant can be eaten throughout the summer. The plant is very aromatic and tender, never woody. This favorite almost never bolts. 100 seeds Learn More
    $1.50

  2. WORMWOOD

    WORMWOOD

    Artemisia absinthium. Wide spreading, woody perennial growing to 5 feet tall. Leaves are silver-gray and fern-like with a citrusy fragrance. Tiny yellow flowers appear in summer. Used as a moth repellent and dried for wreaths and arrangements. Medicinally helps prevent gallstones and is used as a treatment for worms. Can be invasive and is prohibited in Colorado. 300 seeds Learn More
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  3. WOAD

    WOAD

    Isatis Tinctoria Biennial. The three foot bush is covered with small yellow flowers which produce deep purple pods. A lovely blue dye is obtained from the leaves. it is also used as an antibiotic by the Chinese. 25 seeds Learn More
    $1.35

  4. WINTER SAVORY

    WINTER SAVORY

    Satureja Montana. Deep green glossy-leaved plant grows to a foot tall. The tiny purple flowers bloom in mid-summer. Stronger flavor than summer savory. Both herbs are traditionally used to flavor beans.? 100 seeds Learn More
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  5. Wild Basil

    WILD BASIL

    Clinopodium Vulgare. Not a true basil. The small, 10 inch plants carry small round green leaves, less than an inch across and small bright pink flowers. It has a mild, savory flavor. Wild basil is used by Italians in many dishes and medicinally it functions as a skin preparation and a booster to the immune system. 100 seeds. Learn More
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  6. WHITE SAGE

    WHITE SAGE

    Salvia Alpina. This is a very aromatic sage with white, felt-like foliage. Toss cuttings on the grill to flavor whatever you are cooking or use large stems to add an interesting flavor to shish-kabobs. Native Americans burned the plant in ceremonies and made a tea from the leaves. Seeds were toasted and ground for cereal.?50 seeds Learn More
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  7. White Mustard

    WHITE MUSTARD

    Sinapis Alba. Mildly pungent. 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

  8. 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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  9. WELSH ONIONS

    WELSH ONIONS

    Allium Fistulosum. This perennial is used like chives but the flavor is substantially stronger. The hollow leaf stems are broader than chives with a white flower head. They provide a tangy, meaty addition to any salad. 350 seeds Learn More
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  10. VULGARE DILL

    VULGARE DILL

    Anethum Graveolens. Over 2 feet high. Leaves are used sauces, soups, etc. Seeds are used in dill pickles and other foods. 150 seeds Learn More
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  11. Valerian

    VALERIAN

    Valeriana Officinalis?? Perennial. Valeriais co-owner Donna's sole remedy for insomnia and it's almost always effective. Plants grow to 5 feet tall with white, pink, or lavender flowers. The root is of the greatest benefit, harvested from 2 year old plants. A natural tranquilizer reduces anxiety. 50 seeds Learn More
    $1.50

  12. Triple Curled Parsley

    TRIPLE CURLED PARSLEY

    Petroselinum Crispum. Used as a garnish or like other greens. Very high in nutritional value with a long history of medicinal uses. Parsley is a biennial but is usually grown as an annual for the foliage. Slow to germinate; soak in warm water overnight before sowing. 300 seeds. Learn More
    $1.25

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