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  1. Holy Basil

    HOLY BASIL

    O. Basilicum Sanctum. This 2 foot plant is perennial in some climates. It is sacred to the Hindu people and is often grown around their temples. It has a warm, spicy scent of cloves. The reddish-tinted leaves are used in salads or cold dishes, but never cooked. 100 seeds. Learn More
    $1.35

  2. HIDCOTE BLUE LAVENDER

    HIDCOTE BLUE LAVENDER

    Lavendula Angustifolia. A dwarf variety having deep purple to navy blue flowers with a compact and vertical habit. An extremely aromatic variety that grows well as a border plant. 100 seeds. Learn More
    $1.35

  3. Greek Oregano

    GREEK OREGANO

    Origanum Heracleoticum This oregano has the true flavor that we have come to associate with pizza sauce and other Italian dishes. Form is upright with a low-growing spreading habit just 6 to 8 inches tall. The pungent dull green leaves exhibit some purpling at the tips with white flowers. A winter mulch is helpful in the north.?200 seeds Learn More
    $1.95

  4. Garlic Chives

    GARLIC CHIVES

    Allium Tuberosum. Chinese chives. Resembles chives but leaves are flatter and more grass-like. Doesn't spread as rampantly as its cousin either. Lovely as an ornamental with white flowers arranged in a half-sphere on very straight stems. Blooms in August and grows to 2 ft. Has mild garlic flavor. 350 seeds Learn More
    $1.25

  5. French Thyme

    FRENCH THYME

    Also known as Summer Thyme, it is hardy to zone 6, maybe zone 5 with some protection. The upright stems with small gray-green leaves are very aromatic and flavorful. The variety preferred by chefs. 50 seeds Learn More
    $1.50

  6. FLAX

    FLAX

    Linum Usitatissium A 3 foot plant with lavender blue flowers, Flax is the source of both linen and linseed oil. Medicinally it is good for skin inflammations. 100 seeds Learn More
    $1.25

  7. Flat Leaf Parsley

    FLAT LEAF PARSLEY

    Petroselinum Crispum Var. Neopolitanum. Also called Italian parsley, its uses are similar to the curly variety but the flavor is a bit stronger. Plants are 1 foot tall and produce sprigs of large, flat leaves all season. Preferred in Italian cooking. 300 seeds. Learn More
    $1.25

  8. Fino Florence Fennel

    FINO FLORENCE FENNEL (98-112 days)

    In Italy, Florence Fennel or finocchio is grown for its large, round, compact, pure white bulb. University research on this crop compared a number of fennel varieties. This variety not only produced the largest bulbs, but they were nearly twice the size of the nearest competitor. Our trials confirm this with bulbs in excess of a pound in weight and nearly a foot high. It is used raw or cooked in Italian cuisine for its sweet, anise-like flavor. 100 seeds Learn More
    $1.50

  9. Fernleaf Dill

    FERNLEAF DILL

    This All America Winner for 1992 was bred by the W. Atlee Burpee Company. The objective was to diminish the plant size so that dill could be grown in containers and the smallest of gardens. In addition to pickles, this variety will make a welcome addition to salads and it is a lovely ornamental plant with its yellow flowers, deep green foliage, and compact growth habit. 150 seeds. Learn More
    $1.75

  10. FENNEL

    FENNEL

    Foeniculum Vulgare. Fennel is a semi-hardy perennial making it through the winter here about 50% of the time. This variety is grown for its anise-flavored seeds which grow on 3 to 4 foot plants. These decorative fern-leaved plants can be started indoors or out and grown as an annual in colder parts of the country.? 100 seeds Learn More
    $1.25

  11. DWARF GREEK BASIL

    DWARF GREEK BASIL

    We don't have a Greek vegetable section - perhaps we should. But this fits well here. This bush basil is prized by chefs for its savory flavor. The small leaves make a great garnish. 100 seeds. Learn More
    $1.50

  12. Dill Dukat

    DUKAT STRAIN DILL

    Anethum Graveolens An improved, triploid strain with excellent flavor. This strain is much leafier and slower to bolt than regular dill. A good choice if you are more interested in the weeds than the seeds.?150 seeds. Learn More
    $1.50

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