• Echinacea purpurea or Purple Coneflower
  • Passionflower Passiflora incarnata
  • Evening Primrose "Ozark Sundrops"
  • Chinese Leopard Flower or Blackberry Lilly
  • Yellow Dotted Mint Monarda punctuata
  • Dandelion with a pollinator friend
Results 21 - 36 of 36
Page 2 of 2

Culinary

vietnamese-coriander-
Vietnamese Coriander
Current Stock Level

Vietnamese Coriander

Polygonum odoratum

Rau ram. This remarkable herb from Vietnam has excellent flavor and grows like a weed. It is not hardy and will have to be grown indoors in the winter. Use...

$6.25
Product out of stock

Product details

img_1926
Cuban Oregano
Current Stock Level

Cuban Oregano

Plecanthrus amboinicus

Spanish Thyme, Indian Borage, Mexican Thyme. This fleshy, aromatic, plant originates from south eastern Africa, but has naturalized throughout the tropics....

$7.50

Product details

ginger
Ginger
Current Stock Level

Ginger

Zingiber officinale

The rhizome of this tropical plant with its exotic sword shaped leaves is one of the oldest known and most widely consumed spices in the east. The Chinese...

$6.00

Product details

severnsearosemary
Rosemary, Severn Sea
Current Stock Level

Rosemary, Severn Sea

Rosemary Prostatus cv. Severen Sea

This is a beautiful creeping Rosemary with a broader foliage than normal, for the species. Zone 7.

$7.50

Product details

golden_sage
Sage, Golden
Current Stock Level

Sage, Golden

Salvia officinalis

Another color variant of the common garden sage, this golden variegated variety is beautiful planted amongst the purple and tri-colored sages. Can be used...

$7.50

Product details

sweet-bay
Sweet Bay
Current Stock Level

Sweet Bay

Laurus nobilis var. Crestwood

This is a hardier variety of this popular culinary spice tree. I would still keep this tree in a pot, in a sheltered place for a few years before planting...

$8.50

Product details

creeping-thyme-and-rupturewort-608-3
Thyme, Orange Creeping
Current Stock Level

Thyme, Orange Creeping

Thymus citriodorus ���orange�۝

A pretty creeping thyme with a strong orange scent with slightly variegated leaves. Makes a great rockery plant. The leaves are a refreshing addition to...

$7.50

Product details

leaf-celery
Celery Herb
Current Stock Level

Celery Herb

Apium graveolens

This is the wilder form of celery used for the leaf and seed. Internally, it is used for osteoarthritis, rheumatoid arthritis, gout and inflammation of the...

$7.50

Product details

epazote
Epazote
Current Stock Level

Epazote

Chenopodium ambrosioides

Easily naturalized in the garden this common looking foot tall herb has a pungent odor and flavor. Epazote is highly esteemed for seasoning corn, black...

$7.50
Product out of stock

Product details

img_5873
Rosemary "Baby P. J."
Current Stock Level

Rosemary "Baby P. J."

Rosemary officinalis

Compact dwarf variety, well suited for container gardens. Stems are short and tightly packed with leaves. Excellent flavor. I hate to use this term, but it...

$7.50

Product details

No image set
Sage, Dwarf
Current Stock Level

Sage, Dwarf

Salvia officinalis

This is a dwarf version of the standard variety. Great for borders, as it doesn't get very large. Has the same medicinal and culinary properties great for...

$7.50
Product out of stock

Product details

2012-pics-113
Shiso
Current Stock Level

Shiso

Perilla frutescens - red

Zi Su Ye. Another well loved plant from the Orient. The pungent and aromatic tea of the dried herb is used for treating fever, headache, nasal congestion...

$6.50

Product details

catthyme
Thyme, Common
Current Stock Level

Thyme, Common

Thymus vulgaris

Used primarily as a culinary spice, thyme is an important medicinal as well. Used traditionally as a cough remedy and expectorant, it is also antibacterial...

$7.50

Product details

catnip
Catnip Lemon
Current Stock Level

Catnip Lemon

Nepeta citriodora

Has all the same medicinal qualities as regular catnip with a strong citrus flavor. Makes a soothing and tasty tea. Cats who are heavy catnip addicts...

$7.50

Product details

saffron-crocus--crocus-sativus
Saffron Crocus
Current Stock Level

Saffron Crocus

Saffron Crocus

$7.50
Product out of stock

Product details

img_6635
Dill
Current Stock Level

Dill

Anethum graveolens

Native to Southern Russia and the Mediterranean. The name, Dill, originates from the Norse word "Dilla", which means to Lull. Dill was very popular with the...

$6.50
Product out of stock

Product details

Page 2 of 2
 
 
 
 
Back to top