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  1. Sweet Mace

    Mexican Tarragon

    Tagetes lucinda Also known as Sweet Mace or Spanish tarragon. The edible golden flowers and foliage have an anise flavor, slightly hinted with citrus. Used in gourmet dishes and can be substituted for French tarragon. This plant holds its simple bright flowers for a long time and would be beautiful in herb, flower or container gardens. 100 seeds Learn More
    $1.50

  2. 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

  3. 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

  4. 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

  5. Stevia

    STEVIA***SOLD OUT**

    Stevia Rebaudiana. A tender perennial best grown as an annual. Germinates in 7 to 10 days and mature plants are 3 feet tall. The leaves are 200 to 300 times sweeter than sugar. It is native to South America where its name Kaa he-e means sweet herb. Likes full sun and good drainage. If grown as a house plant, it will go dormant in the winter. Pinch off flowers that develop, as the plant dies after blossoming. 15 seeds Learn More

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  6. SILVER SAGE

    SILVER SAGE

    Salvia Argentea. Produces a rosette of gray-green wooly leaves that beg to be touched. This relative of Clary Sage can grow to a width of 30 inches and has yellow flowers that can be cut back to enhance the appearance of the foliage. Hardy to zone 5. 25 seeds Learn More
    $1.50

  7. 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

  8. 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

  9. PETRA PARSLEY

    PETRA PARSLEY

    Petroselinum Crispum. This triple curled, moss type parsley from Holland comes to full maturity in 80 days but of course cuttings can be taken earlier. The frilly, velvet green leaves are carried on strong stems which rebound from each cutting very well. As the fresh taste suggests, parsley is cleansing to the digestive system and high in vitamins A, C, and iron. Petra will survive a light frost and as a biennial can be cut in the second year until it goes to seed. 300 seeds. Learn More
    $1.50

  10. 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

  11. 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

  12. Salad Burnet

    SALAD BURNET

    Poterium Sanguisorba. A pretty perennial that grows about a foot tall and produces white or rosy flowers. Leaves are used in salads for their cucumber-like flavor. Keeps growing from March through the first snowfall.? 50 seeds Learn More
    $0.95

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