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  1. LIME BASIL

    LIME BASIL

    This lime scented basil originated in Thailand. The two foot tall plants possess particularly attractive bright green foliage. 100 seeds. Learn More
    $1.25

  2. Red Lettuce Leaf Basil

    RED LETTUCE LEAF BASIL

    Colorful reddish-purple leaves on a semi-compact plant with an aromatic taste. Grow in containers alone or along with some flowers. Also adds pizzazz to salsas and pestos. 70 seeds. Learn More
    $1.15

  3. LICORICE BASIL

    LICORICE BASIL

    O. Basilicum Var. Beautiful plant growing to foot. Stems, leaf veins, and flower bracts are deep purple, while the flowers themselves are a pale violet. The contrast is striking. Very strong licorice flavor and smell. 100 seeds. Learn More
    $1.25

  4. Cinnamon or Mexican Basil

    CINNAMON OR MEXICAN BASIL

    O. Basilicum Var. This spicy Mexican basil produces 2 to 3 inch leaves and light lavender blooms. The spicy aroma is cinnamon, mint, with a touch of anise. The taste is cinnamon followed by a trace of anise and mint giving a warm pungency to the tongue. 100 seeds. Learn More
    $1.25

  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
    $0.95

  6. NEW GUINEA BASIL

    NEW GUINEA BASIL

    The 2 foot plants have attractive green and purple leaves. There is a very sweet scent with no camphor overtones. 100 seeds Learn More
    $1.35

  7. Basil Mix

    PINETREE BASIL MIX

    This mixture includes most of the culinary basils we sell, including the Italian ones and a few surprises.?This mix includes: Large Leaf, Minette, Opal, Lettuce Leaf, Bush, Lemon, Lime, Licorice, Cinnamon, Monstruoso, and Finissimo Basils. 300 seeds. Learn More
    $2.95

  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. 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

  10. Chervil

    CHERVIL

    Anthriscus Cerefolium The leaves and flavor resemble parsley, but with a hint of anise. Grows 1 to 2 feet high. Its leaves taste best before flowering, so pinch off blooms for a continuous supply. Needs light to germinate, self-sows generously.? 350 seeds Learn More
    $1.25

  11. Coriander

    CORIANDER

    Coriandrum Sativum. Grows to a height of 1 to 2 feet. The seeds are used in baking and as a pickling spice. This variety is bred primarily to produce seed. See the Latin American section Cilantro for a variety of the same species, bred primarily to produce the flavorful leaves. 200 seeds Learn More
    $0.95

  12. 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

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