• 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
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Mint, Korean
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Mint, Korean

Agastache Rugosa

Huo-xiang, Indian Mint, Purple giant Hyssop, Wrinkled Giant Hyssop. Native to Korea, this hardy plant has large, showy, purple spike flowers which are...

$6.50

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Montana White Sage
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Montana White Sage

Artemisia ludoviciana

Western Mugwort. This bitter, sharp flavored herb is used in South Western cooking and to make smudge sticks. Great for wreath making. Commonly used by...

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Mugwort
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Mugwort

Artemisia vulgaris

Mugwort has been a highly valued herb since ancient times. Chinese medicine utilizes Mugwort as the main ingredient in Moxa sticks used in moxabustion of...

$7.50

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Men's Allies
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Men's Allies

*1 Codonopsis *1 Fo ti  *1 Burdock  *1 Ashwagandha  *1 Stinging Nettle  *1 Hawthorn

$38.00

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Meadow Arnica
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Meadow Arnica

Arnica chamissonis

This variety of Arnica, which is an indigenous American species, is much easier and more productive to grow in the low elevation herb garden. It yields well...

$6.50

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Manuka Tree
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Manuka Tree

Leptospermum scoparium

Manuka Tree, Manuka Myrtle

Famous as the nectar source for the delicious and anti-bacterial Manuka Honey! These trees are native to Tasmania and New...

$8.95
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Marshmallow
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Marshmallow

Althaea officinalis

This classic herb is an immune enhancing demulcent which soothes sore throats, respiratory problems, the digestive tract and the urinary tract. Excellent...

$7.50

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Mint, Chewing Gum
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Mint, Chewing Gum

Mentha x piperita

Chewing Gum mint has a delicious "Double Mint" chewing gum taste and smell.This spearmint selection makes an excellent tea plant.Full to Partial sun....

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Mint, Pineapple
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Mint, Pineapple

Mentha suaveolens variegata

Pineapple mint. This is a lovely variegated mint with a nice pineapple/spearmint flavor. The plant grows to a foot tall when blooming and makes a colorful...

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Motherwort, Siberian
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Motherwort, Siberian

Leonurus sibiricus

An important plant in Chinese medicine. It has been used as an emmenagogue, diuretic and vasodilator. The entire plant is said to be useful for clearing the...

$7.50

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Medicinal Basil Set
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Medicinal Basil Set

*2 Holy Basil *1 Kilamanjaro Basil *1 African Basil *1 Indian Subja Basil *1 Giant Tree Basil

$32.00
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Moon Garden Set
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Moon Garden Set

*1 Edelweiss *1 Silver Downy Sage *1 Grosso *1 Curry Plant *1 Bergaarten Sage *1 Rue

$38.00

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Maca, Red
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Maca, Red

Lepidium peruvianum

Red Maca, Lepidium Peruvianum. This Maca variety is better adapted to higher altitudes and has a the reputation of being the most potent of the various Maca...

$7.50

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Mexican Hat
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Mexican Hat

Ratibida columnifera

Prairie Coneflower

This showy wildflower is a great addition to the pollinator garden. The unusual and very...

$7.50

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Mexican Tarragon
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Mexican Tarragon

Tagetes lucida

Huichol . Appreciated for it's psuedo- tarragon flavored leaves this type of marigold is primarily valued for it's Psychoactive properties. Native to Mexico...

$7.50

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Mint, Orange
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Mint, Orange

Mentha x 'Citrata'

Orange mint has a strong citrus scent that is wonderful in mint tea blends.The rounded leaves and reddish stems are attractive as well. Nice choice for a...

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