We offer a great selection of flavorful culinary
types and popular medicinal varieties. Everyone
should experience the joy of having fresh herbs.
Notice: All statements listed in our catalog
are for historical information only and are
not approved by the FDA. Seek the advice of
a qualified health professional before using
any herbs for medicinal purposes.
Like the pale purple coneflower, but these are a bright golden-yellow color....
(Eryngium foetidium) Also called Eryngo or Ngo Gai, this plant is very...
(Anethum graveolens) Deep, blue-green color and finely cut foliage. A good...
(Anethum graveolens) A very aromatic, late-flowering variety that has nice...
(Ocimum canum) This basil has slightly fuzzy stems, hence the name. Delicious...
(Nepeta subsessilis) Mounds of fine, aromatic foliage gives way in early...
(Anthriscus cerefolium) Traditionally used in French cooking, where the...
(Rumex sanguineus) Stunning foliage plant with elongated, medium green...
New! Compact version of the classic Genovese type that is superior for...
New! (Arctium lappa) Renowned traditional medicinal plant in Europe, North...
New! (Ocimum basilicum) Vigorous plant with dense spikes of light purple...
New! (Coriandrum sativum) Early-bolting seed type is intended for use of...
New! Mediterranean heirloom type from Napoleon's island birthplace off...
New! Really interesting and flavorful! Known as Reyhan throughout the varied...
New! Bicolor leaves are mottled with varying degrees of purple. Flavor...
Tender perennial usually grown as an annual to 20 inches. An ancient herbal...
At last, someone has bred a basil to accentuate the stunning flower heads!...
The same large, deeply pleated leaves as Genovese that everyone loves,...
(Nepeta cataria) Perennial. Sturdy, nearly indestructible and very distinct...
(Angelica archangelica) Stately biennial plant exceeding...