Over 60 varieties of herb seeds to choose from.

HERBS

#HR 33 - ANGELICA  (Angelica archangelica) - The dried leaves of angelica can be used in an infusion (tea) to improve energy, stimulate circulation, reduce flatulence and as a warming expectorant.  Has antibacterial and antifungal qualities. Prefers a partly sunny location, rich soil and plenty of moisture.  Sends up ribbed stalks the second year of growth, bearing light green flowers.  Height - 6 feet.  Biennial.
PKT. – 30 seeds - $1.25

#HR 1 - ANISE (Pimpinella ansium) - The seeds of this plant can be used to flavor pastries, candies and beverages.  The foliage may be chopped up and used for the same purpose, but the flavor will be a bit weaker. The leaves may also be used in salads. The plant grows up to 2 feet tall and has white flowers.  Plant the seeds directly in the garden after all danger of frost has past,  in a sunny location, sheltered from the wind.  Plant the seeds close together (1 to 2 inches) so they will support each other.  Harvest the entire plant when seeds are ripe.  Hang upside down in a loose fitting paper bag and the seeds will fall off the plant into it.    Height - 2 feet.   Annual.
Pkt. - 50 seeds - $1.25

#HR 84 - BALSAM (Impatiens balsamina) - The pretty, double flowers on this plant may be used as a dye for cloth, or when mixed with alum, for nails. Concentrated water extract using the plant’s foliage may ease the discomfort associated with herpes. Chinese herbalists use it to clear blockages in the throat.Height – 15 inches.
PKT. - 50 seeds - $1.25

#HR 64 - BASIL, CINNAMON (Ocimum basilicum) – The distinctive cinnamon flavor and odor of this easy to grow variety makes it a fun herb to try!  A good choice for potpourri or tea.   Height – 2'.  Annual.
PKT. - 50 seeds - $1.25

#HR 96 - BASIL, CULINARY BLEND  (Ocimum basilicum) - A nice mixture featuring the most common varieties used for cooking.  A good choice for Italian and Thai recipes; delicious used with meats or vegetables or infused with olive oil.  The perfect way to grow a variety of cooking basils. 
PKT. - 50 seeds - $2.00 - CERTIFIED ORGANIC

#HR 56 – BASIL, GENOVESE (Ocimum basilicum) – A large Italian variety that’s great used in pestos!  Use either fresh, or dry the spicy dark green leaves for sauces and dressings.  Grows best in a sunny garden location, with moderately rich soil.  Height – 2½ feet.  Annual.
PKT. - 50 seeds - $1.25
#OHR 56 - Pkt. - 50 seeds - $2.00 - CERTIFIED ORGANIC

#HR 85 - BASIL, HOLY (Ocimum sanctum) Grown extensively in gardens and temples all over India, where it is considered sacred. The clove-scented leaves, however, are very spicy and aromatic, and are used in many Thai recipes. Height – 12-15 Annual.
PKT. - 25 seeds - $2.50

#HR 30 - BASIL, LEMON (Ocimum basilicum) - The strongly scented, light green leaves of lemon basil can be used in fish dishes, or is delightful in summer drinks.  Makes a wonderful addition in a potpourri bowl.  Lemon basil prefers a sunny location, with some protection from the wind.    Height - 18 to 36 inches.    Annual.
PKT. - 50 seeds - $1.25

#HR 57 – BASIL, LIME (Ocimum americanum) – The very aromatic fragrance of lime will delight your senses!  The dark green leaves of this variety are wonderful in seafood dishes. Can be directly sown in a sunny garden location.  Height – 2 feet.  Annual.
PKT. - 50 seeds - $1.25

#HR 66 – BASIL, SPICY BUSH GLOBE (Ocimum basilicum minimum) Strong, spicy flavor is what you’ll find in these dense, 12" plants.  Can be sowed in late summer to grow on a warm, sunny windowsill all winter!  Prefers full sun and regular watering.  Great for container gardening!  Height – 1 foot.  Annual.
PKT. - 50 seeds - $1.25

#HR 2 - BASIL, SWEET  (Ocimum basilicum) A very popular herb, sweet basil can be used in tomato dishes, as well as soups, meat, vegetable and fish dishes.  Sow the seeds directly in the garden after the soil has warmed, or to get an early start, the seeds may be started inside 3 to 4 weeks before the last spring frost.  Basil grows rapidly and is a heavy feeder, so plenty of compost should be worked in the soil before planting.  Harvest often to ensure a continuous supply all summer long.  Basil loves a hot, sunny location in the garden, with a regular watering routine. The delicious leaves can be used either fresh or dried.  Height - 2 feet.   Annual.
Pkt. - 150 seeds - $1.25
#OHR 2 - Pkt. - 150 seeds - $2.00 - CERTIFIED ORGANIC

#HR 40 – BEE BALM (Monarda didyma) - Bee balm  is highly attractive to both hummingbirds and bees.  The edible blossoms can be used in salads or as a garnish, and the leaves of bee balm can be used to make "Oswego tea".   The plant is quite showy, and has delightful red, pink & salmon colored blossoms.  Likes a sunny location in the garden with moist, fertile soil.   Height - 2 to 4 feet.    Perennial.
PKT. – 25 seeds - $2.50

#HR73 - BLOODFLOWER  (Asclepias curassavica) – The showy orange/red and yellow flowers of this variety make it irresistible to butterflies.   Medicinally used by Indians to induce vomiting and expel worms.  May have a digitalis-like effect on the heart. Note: Please use caution when using. Bloodflower should never be used by pregnant women, nor be used for any length of time.   Height – 3 feet.  Annual.
PKT. – 25 seeds - $1.25

#HR 3 - BORAGE (Borago officinalis) - The cucumber flavored leaves of the borage plant can be used in salads or iced drinks, while the blossoms can be used as a garnish in drinks. Sow the seeds in the garden after all danger of frost has past, spacing one foot apart. Do not cover the seeds after sowing, as they need light to germinate.  Pick the leaves while young, as they have a tendency of getting coarse as the plants mature.  Make successive plantings to ensure a fresh supply of leaves all summer long.   Prefers cool weather in a sunny location.   Height - 2 feet.  Annual.
PKT. - 50 seeds - $1.25
#OHR 3 - PKT. - 50 seeds - $2.00 -
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#HR 98 - BUCKWHEAT  Fagopyrum esculentum - Well known as a cover crop, but equally important in food value. In Japan, a flour derived from it makes delicious soba noodles, while Europeans make tasty Kasha dishes. Buckwheat is naturally devoid of gluten, making it a good choice for those on gluten-free diets. Can be substituted for other grains in the brewing of beer. Buckwheat hulls make an excellent filling for pillows; provides a natural alternative to those who suffer with feather allergies. Medicinally, an infusion make with the flowering tops may help with hardening of the arteries. Buckwheat likes cool weather; best grown in the Fall. Height - 2-3 feet. Annual.
PKT. - 200 seeds - $1.25
#OHR 98 - PKT. - 200 seeds - $2.00 -
CERTIFIED ORGANIC

#HR 70 - BURDOCK  (Arctium lappa)  - Burdock is one of the most useful medicinal herbs.  Helpful in eliminating toxins in the body, as well as being beneficial for skin diseases, including eczema.  The root promotes sweating, increases urine output, and may enhance liver function.  Use the seeds for their antibacterial and anti-inflammatory qualities.  Height – 3 feet.  Biennial.
PKT – 15 seeds - $1.25

#FL 3 - CALENDULA (Calendula officinalis) - Beautiful 4 inch flowers in luscious shades of orange, cream and yellow abound on these wonderful  plants.  The petals can be used to flavor soups, omelets, cakes and sweet breads, while the flowers  can make a healing mouthwash for the gums.  Sow the seeds outside after the last spring frost in a sunny location.  Deadhead to prolong blooming.    Height - 2 feet.  Annual.
PKT. - 50 seeds - $1.25

#HR 58 – CARAWAY (Carum carvi) – An old European favorite often used in breads, stews and sauerkraut.  Best sown in late summer for fresh harvests the following year.  Can be used medicinally as an anti-flatulent and for indigestion.  Sow directly in a sunny garden location.  Height – 3 feet.  Biennial.
PKT. - 100 seeds - $1.25

#HR 21 - CATNIP  (Nepeta cataria) - A favorite for cat lovers and their pets! The leaves of this herb can be  used either fresh or dried.  While feline owners delight their cats with it, catnip can also be used to make a calmative tea, as well as an aid for the relief of cold symptoms, in humans!  Likes a sunny location, but can be grown in light shade.   Height - 24 inches.    Perennial.
PKT. - 100 seeds - $1.25
#OHR 21 - Pkt. - 100 seeds - $2.00 - CERTIFIED ORGANIC

#HR 4 - CHAMOMILE, GERMAN (Matricaria recutita) - The dried flowers of this herb can be used to make a medicinal tea, which may help to soothe the stomach.  Sow the seeds outside after the last spring frost, choosing a sunny location.  When the blossoms bloom, pick and dry them for later use as a tea.    Height - 12 to 18 inches.   Annual.
Pkt. - 150 seeds - $1.25

#HR 6 - CHERVIL (Anthriscus cerefolium) - The curled leaves of the chervil plant can be used in salads, soups, vegetable dishes or omelets, as well as making a fine medicinal tea.  Start the seeds inside under grow-lights, as the seeds need light in order to germinate. Transplant outside in early spring to a lightly shaded area, with well-drained soil.  You may start harvesting the leaves when the plant is approximately 4 inches high, before it starts to flower. Once the flowering process starts, the plants will start to demise.   Also occasionally known as "French Parsley".    Height - 12 to 15 inches.   Annual.
Pkt. - 50 seeds - $1.25

#HR 41 – CHICORY (Cichorium intybus) - The young roots can be roasted and used as a coffee substitute, or used in an infusion as a laxative and diuretic.  The clear blue flowers, as well as the young seedlings, are delicious used in salads.  Prefers a sunny location in the garden.    Height -  3 to 5 feet.   Perennial.
PKT. – 100 seeds - $1.25

#HR 7 - CHIVES (Allium schoenoprasum) - The delightful taste of chives adds a zip to salads, soups, omelets, and cheese dishes, while the lovely lavender blossoms make inviting, edible garnishes!  Makes a wonderful potted herb for your kitchen, or sow the seeds outside in a sunny location.  When ready to use, simply shear the small, tubular leaves at ground level; they will quickly regrow!   Height - 8 inches.   Perennial.
Pkt. - 150 seeds - $1.25

#HR 65 – CHIVES, GARLIC (Allium tuberosum) – The thin, flat leaves of this variety have a mild, garlic flavor.  An easy-to-grow herb for either a sunny or partially shaded location.  Height-12".  Perennial.
PKT. - 150 seeds - $1.25
#OHR 65 - Pkt. - 150 seeds - $2.00 - CERTIFIED ORGANIC

#HR 90 - CLARY  Salvia sclarea - The lovely, aromatic flowers can be soaked in water to produce a refreshing eye bath. Helpful in removing foreign particles or mucous from the eye. Formerly used to season food, wine and other beverages; a tea made from the leaves was taken for upset stomaches. The essential oil contained within is used to perfume soaps and cosmetics. Height - 2-3 feet. Biennial.
PKT. - 50 seeds - $1.25

#HR 42 – COMFREY (Symphytum officinale) A very hardy plant.  Used as a poultice, comfrey is excellent for treating burns and wounds.  Likes a sunny location, but has a tendency to take over the tended garden, so care should be given where planted.  The use of comfrey taken internally is discouraged, as it can cause serious liver damage.    Height  2–3 feet.   Perennial.
PKT. - 5 seeds - $3.50 (Very difficult to germinate)

#HR 5 - CORIANDER/CILANTRO (Coriandrum sativum) - The seeds of this herb can be used in flavoring candies, beverages, sauces and soups, while the crushed seeds are often used in cakes, custards and jellies. The fresh leaves are delightful additions in both Asian and Mexican cuisine.  Sow the seeds outside early spring, in a sunny location (the plants can withstand cold weather).  Harvest the leaves at any time for fresh use, as drying the leaves  will diminish their flavor.   Height - 1 to 3 feet.    Annual.
Pkt. - 50 seeds - $1.25
#OHR 5 - Pkt. - 50 seeds - $2.00 - CERTIFIED ORGANIC

#HR 8 - CUMIN (Cuminum cyminum) - The seeds of the cumin plant are crushed and powdered, then used to flavor Mexican foods, as well as chutneys, pickles and sausage.  Helps  give a hot, pungent flavor to your cooking!  Plant outside after the last spring frost, in a sunny, well drained location.   Needs a warm climate to do well.    Height - 9 inches.    Annual.
Pkt. - 50 seeds - $1.25

#HR 38 – DANDELION  (Taraxacum officinale) - The much maligned dandelion is actually a very useful and tasty herb!  The leaves are a good source of vitamins A & C, as well as making a rich emollient for skin moisturizers.  The roots can be eaten raw in salads, or dried, then roasted as a coffee substitute.  A tea can be made from dandelions to help treat constipation and insomnia.  Choose a sunny location in the garden to sow; will self-seed readily.  Height - 2 to 4 inches.   Hardy perennial.
PKT. - 100 seeds - $1.25

#HR 9 - DILL (Anethum graveolens) - The flower heads of the dill plant add a delicious flavor to pickles, or use the leaves of the plant to add zip to sauces, coleslaw, potato salad, or even fish!  Sow the seeds outside in early spring, around the time of the last frost, in a sunny, well drained location.  Gather the leaves while still young; pick the flowering tops just as fruits begin to form.   Height  - 2 to 3 feet.    Annual.
Pkt. - 100 seeds - $1.25
#OHR 9 - Pkt. - 100 seeds - $2.00 - CERTIFIED ORGANIC

#FL 32 - ECHINACEA PURPUREA (Purple Coneflower) - These vigorous plants are best known for their large, purple petaled, daisy-like flowers. The roots can be used to treat toothaches, as well as sore throats, and is also thought to help simulate the immune system.  For best results, the seeds of this plant should be stratified for 7 days prior to planting, or sow the seeds directly in the garden during the fall.  Can be grown in either a sunny or partially shaded location. Very hardy.   Height - 2 to 3 feet.   Perennial.
PKT. - 25 seeds - $1.25

#HR 74 - EDELWEISS   (Leontopodium alpinum) – Grown extensively throughout the Alpine regions of Europe, the plants have white, wooly, star-like flowers.  Traditionally used as a tea to treat diarrhea, but in recent years, has been used as a facial cream.  The components found in this plant have shown to have some anti-wrinkles effect.  Height – 6 inches.  Perennial.
PKT. - 25 seeds - $1.25

#HR 43 – ELECAMPANE (Inula helenium) This herb can reach 8 feet tall, and may require staking. Elecampane has striking, yellow flowers, which bloom the second year of growth.  The second year roots of this herb can be used in a tonic to help ease bronchitis and coughs, as well as in a cream to treat acne.  Makes a wonderful addition to a potpourri bowl.     Height - 8 feet.   Perennial.
PKT. – 50 seeds - $1.25

#HR 44 – EPAZOTE (Chenopodium ambrosioides) A popular seasoning in traditional Mexican dishes!  Adds a  pungent flavor with minty overtones.  A very easy to grow, aromatic, herb that aids digestion and flatulence. Sow in a sunny location outside.   Height - 48 inches.    Annual.
PKT. – 100 seeds - $1.25

#HR 75 - EUCALYPTUS  (Eucalyptus globules) -  The leaves of this plant contain oil which may be used for throat lozenges and cough drops, or in making antiseptic mouthwashes.  Helps deodorize the air when grown indoors.  Height – 50+ feet.  Perennial.
PKT. – 25 seeds - $2.50

#HR 54 - EVENING PRIMROSE (Oenithera lamarckiana) - The delicate 3 inch, yellow flowers open in the light of the moon, but as the season progresses, the flowers will often stay open all day.  The gamma-linoleic acid found in the seeds is often used to treat PMS, hyperactivity and rheumatoid arthritis, while the boiled root is considered a delicacy, with a sweet parsnip-like taste.   Height - 36 to 48 inches.   Biennial.
PKT. - 100 seeds - $1.25

#HR 10 - FENNEL (Foeniculum vulgare) - The seeds and leaves of the fennel plant impart an anise tang, and is delightful in chowders, sauces, soups, eggs or salads.  Sow the seeds directly in the garden early spring, choosing a sunny location.  Although fennel is a perennial, it is usually grown as an annual.  In warmer climates,  you can plant the seeds in late summer and it  will flower the following year.  Height - 30 inches.   Perennial.
Pkt. - 50 seeds - $1.25
#OHR 10 - PKT. - 50 seeds - $2.00 -
CERTIFIED ORGANIC

#HR 59 – FENUGREEK (Trigonella foenum-graecum) - Commonly used in curry powder and Oriental dishes.  This easy to grow herb can also be used medicinally for digestion; it should be avoided by pregnant women, however.  Directly seed in a sunny garden location.  Height - 1½ - 2 feet.  Annual.
PKT. - 30 seeds - $1.25

#HR 31 - FEVERFEW (Chrysanthemum parthenium) - This delightful herb bears masses of small yellow and white daisy-like flowers, as well as soft fern like leaves.  Feverfew is often used in the prevention of migraines, as well as in the reduction of fevers and menstrual cramps.  To sow, tamp lightly into planting mix, and place under grow lights indoors, keeping in mind the seeds need light in order to germinate. Transplant to a sunny, well drained  location outside, and pinch back the flower buds occasionally to encourage a more bushy plant. To harvest, gather the leaves just before the flowers open and dry in a shady spot.   Height - 1 to 2 feet.   Perennial.
PKT. - 100 seeds - $1.25

#HR 45 - FLAX (Linum usitatissimum) - Flax is a beautiful herb that produces delightful, sky blue flowers that open on sunny mornings, and close in early afternoons!  The dried seeds are often used in the treatment of colds, coughs, or lung ailments, and can be used as a laxative, while the stems of the flax plant produce strong fibers that can be woven into linen fabric.  Sow the seeds directly in the garden, choosing a sunny location, very early spring. Height - 3 to 4 feet.   Annual.
PKT. – 200 seeds – $1.25

#HR 91 - GUMPLANT  Grindelia robusta - This native Californian plant has medicinally been used for respiratory problems, such as coughs and bronchial irritations, as well as colds and nasal congestion. An infusion made with pulverized leaves may help heal and soothe poison ivy, rashes, and sores. The attractive, yellow flowers bloom August thru September. Height - 1½ feet. Perennial.
PKT. - 25 seeds - $1.25

#HR 76 - HAWKWEED   (Hieracium pilosella) -  The whole plant of this variety has potent diuretic, astringent and expectorant qualities.  May be used for respiratory or kidney problems, diarrhea, or when battling the flu.  The bright yellow flowers have wooly, silver leaves.  The small, ground-hugging plants will bloom June thru Sept.  Height – 10 inches.  Perennial.
PKT. – 35 seeds - $1.25

#HR 72 - HEARTSEASE (Viola tricolor) – Also known as Johnny-jump-up, the edible flowers of this variety were historically said to gladden and ease the heart.  A syrup made from the fresh flowers may ease coughs.  Prefers some shade and cooler temperatures in the garden.  Height – 1 foot.  Annual.
PKT. – 50 seeds - $1.25

#HR 11 - HOREHOUND (Marrubium vulgare) - The leaves of this herb are often used to flavor juices and teas, and horehound candy is used to soothe sore throats.  Horehound grows easily from seed and can be sowed directly in the garden.  Plant in a sunny, well-drained location, spacing 12 inches between plants.  Prune or shear to keep the plants looking neat.   Height - 15 to 20 inches.   Perennial.
Pkt. - 100 seeds - $1.25

#HR 32 - HYSSOP (Hyssopus officinalis) - This member of the mint family has bright violet-blue flowers and is a great plant for attracting bees and butterflies to the garden, helping to aid in the pollination of your crops. A tea can be made from the leaves, having a soothing quality for sore throats and colds.  The flowers and leaves make a lovely addition to potpourri.  DO NOT take hyssop while pregnant.  Height - 1½ -2 feet tall.   Perennial.
PKT. – 100 seeds - $1.25

#HR 77 - JACOB’S LADDER  (Polemonium caeruleum)  - The fern-like foliage of this herb is assembled in ladder-like form, and has showy, bright blue flowers.  Medicinally, can be used for anxiousness, headaches, and heart palpitations.  Prefers a more shady location in the garden.  Will bloom May thru September.  Height – 2 feet.  Perennial.
PKT. – 25 seeds - $1.25

#HR 46 – JOE PYE WEED (Eupatorium purpureum)This tall, graceful plant bears clusters of tiny, pale pink flowers top the stalks late summer.  A hummingbird magnet!  The foliage  releases a delightful vanilla scent when crushed.  Makes an excellent background border in the herb garden.  An infusion can be made to help stimulate circulation and sweating, and a tea made from the leaves and roots is sometimes used as a diuretic.   Height - 4 - 10 feet.  Perennial.
PKT . – 50 seeds - $1.25

#HR 67 - LAMB’S EARS  Stachys lanata  - Incredibly soft, the ear-shaped leaves are covered with a fine mat of silvery fur.  Because of its absorbent qualities, the leaves of this herb were traditionally used as bandages.  In late spring, fat stalks with tiny purple blossoms will shoot up.  Remove the stalks after flowering for a second bloom period.  A good choice for edgings or small scale ground cover.  Height – 18 to 24 inches.  Perennial.
PKT. -  50 seeds -  $1.25

#HR 22 - LAVENDER, ENGLISH (Lavandula angustifolia) - The wonderful aroma of this plant has long been valued in its ability to scent soaps, sachets, and perfume linen.  Miniature pillows stuffed with dried lavender flowers may help with insomnia and restlessness.  If started indoors, the seeds need to be stratified before sowing; otherwise, directly plant in the garden late summer or early fall.  Prefers a sunny, well drained, sandy location in the garden.   Height  -30 inches.  Perennial.
PKT. - 50 seeds - $1.25

#HR 47 – LEMON BALM (Melissa officinalis) Lemon balm is an easy to grow member of the mint family.  The leaves are delicious in salads, on fish, in jellies, or pleasant in either hot or cool tea.  A potpourri made from the leaves helps freshen your home, while a tea steeped with lemon balm may help treat colds and headaches. Prefers a sunny location with moist soil.   Height - 18-24 inches.  Perennial.
PKT. – 50 seeds - $1.25

#HR 60 – LOVAGE (Levisticum officinale) - An excellent seasoning for soups and casseroles, as the pungent leaves are reminiscent of celery.  A wonderful background plant with lovely green/yellow flowers that top the stalks in early summer, followed by decorative seed heads.  Medicinally, the roots can be used for coughs and digestive problems.  Height - 4-6 feet.  Perennial.
PKT. - 50 seeds - $1.25

#HR 12 - MARJORAM, SWEET (Origanum majoranum) - Sweet marjoram has long been valued for it ability in adding zest to a variety of different foods, including meats and salads. The flowering tops of the herb may be infused as a tea for colds and headaches.  Marjoram should be started inside, as germination can be slow. Transplant outside to a sunny, nutrient rich location in the garden. Can be used either fresh or dried for longer storage.   Height - 12 to 18 inches.   Semi- hardy perennial.
Pkt. - 150 seeds - $1.25
#OHR 12 - Pkt. - 150 seeds - $2.00 - CERTIFIED ORGANIC

#HR95 - MARSH MALLOW (Althaea officinalis) - This herb has long been noted for soothing skin irrations and inflamations of the throat and eyes. It also may be beneficial as a cold remedy, for acid reflux, stomatitis, night sweats and constitpation. Infuse the leaves and flowers in olive oil for natural skin softeners, salves, and bath products. The tall, hollyhock-like plants have lovely blossoms that cover the plant. Height – 5 feet. Perennial.
PKT. - 50 seeds - $1.25

#HR 61 – MUGWORT  (Artemisia vulgaris) – Originally native to Eurasia, but now naturalized along river banks in the U.S.  Mugwort spreads underground, making patches of upright branching stems with dense clusters of flowers.  The bitter flower buds can be used to help inprove digestion or as a women’s tonic.  Sow directly in a sunny garden location.  Height – 4 to 6 feet.  Perennial.
PKT. - 100 seeds - $1.25

#HR 68 - MULLEIN  (Verbascum thapsus) - The single, 1 inch, yellow flowers of this herb may help against bacteria, while making an infusion of its flower oil may sooth wounds and earaches.  Mullein tea is often used to treat coughs, colds and sore throats. A boiled root tea calms the body.  WARNING : Mullein seeds are toxic and should never be used for any reason.  Height – 5 feet.  Perennial.
PKT. - 35 seeds - $2.50

#HR 55 – MUSTARD, BROWN (Brassica juncea) – The seeds of this easily grown herb make delicious spreads, while the leaves make tasty southern dishes.  Medicinally, can be used as an appetite stimulant or a poultice to relieve pain.   Prefers a sunny location in the garden.  Self sows readily.  Height - 2 to 4 feet.  Annual.
PKT. - 100 seeds - $1.25

#HR 78 - NIGELLA  (Nigella damascene)  - The seeds of this plant may be used in soups, curries, and pastries.  Store plant leaves with clothing to repel insects.  The leaves have also been used extensively in the perfume industry.  Also known as Love-in-a-Mist.  Height – 2 feet.  Annual.
PKT. – 50 seeds - $1.25

#HR 13- OREGANO, GREEK (Origanum vulgare hirtum) - The leaves of this delectable herb are a must in tomato sauces, pizza and other Italian dishes. Europeans often used it medicinally to treat coughs and bronchitis.    Prefers rich, well drained soil in a sunny location. Sow directly into the garden after the last spring frost; germination can be slow.  Can be dried for longer storage.   Height - 18 inches.     Semi hardy perennial.
Pkt. - 150 seeds - $1.25
#OHR 13 - Pkt. - 150 seeds - $2.00 - CERTIFIED ORGANIC

#HR 48 – OX-EYE DAISY (Chrysanthemum leucanthemum) This popular prairie wildflower, with its cheerful, pure white, velvety soft flowers and mustard-yellow centers, was a favorite of the American Indians in helping to relieve asthma, chronic coughing and nervousness.  Ox-eye daisy often forms dense colonies once fully established. Choose a moist, sunny spot in the garden.  Makes wonderful cut flowers!    Height - 2 feet.   Perennial.
PKT. – 50 seeds - $1.25

#HR 28 – PARSLEY, CURLED (Petroselinum crispum)  - Deep green color and highly curled. An indispensable herb, parsley is an attractive garnish, as well as making a tasty addition to foods. Chewing the raw leaves helps sweeten the breath, as well as being a good source of vitamin C. Soaking the seeds overnight prior to planting will help speed germination, which is otherwise slow, taking up to 3 weeks to sprout. Choose a sunny or partially shaded location, with rich, well drained soil.  Will regrow after it is cut.    Height - 15 inches.  Biennial, but grow as an annual.
PKT. – 100 seeds - $1.25
#OHR 28 - Pkt. - 100 seeds - $2.00 - CERTIFIED ORGANIC

#HR 36 – PARSLEY, ITALIAN (Petroselinum crispum) Dark green, flat leaf variety.  This parsley has a stronger flavor than the curled variety, and is used for more intense flavoring.  Excellent choice for drying and storing. Soaking the seeds overnight prior to planting will help speed germination, which  is otherwise slow, taking up to 3 weeks to sprout. Choose a sunny or partially shaded location, with rich, well drained soil.  Will regrow after it is cut.   Height - 15 inches.   Biennial, but grow as an annual.
PKT. – 100 seeds - $1.25
#OHR 36 - Pkt. - 100 seeds - $2.00 - CERTIFIED ORGANIC

#HR 92 - PARSLEY ROOT  Petroselinum crispum tuberosum - The long, white, 8-10 inch roots resemble carrots/parsnips, but with a delicious, celery-like flavor. Very tasty when cooked in soups and stews. The young, tender leaves are delicious eaten fresh in salads or lightly steamed or sautéed in butter. Medicinally, a tea made from the leaves may be helpful in easing the pain from rheumatism, as well as acting as a natural diuretic. Annual.
PKT. - 50 seeds - $1.25

#HR 23 - PENNYROYAL (Mentha pulegium)- Pennyroyal is a low growing mint with a strong, penetrating fragrance.  Makes a wonderful ground cover, as well as a delightful, aromatic, filler between stepping stones! Helps repel mosquitoes and fleas if rubbed on clothing or fur.  Pennyroyal should not be ingested by pregnant women.  Prefers a partially shaded location; however, it can be grown in a sunny spot that is moist, but well drained.  Height -12 inches.   Tender perennial.
PKT. - 50 seeds - $1.25

#HR 14 - PEPPERMINT ( Mentha silvestis crispa) - The leaves of the peppermint plant are often used to flavor iced drinks, giving them a cool, refreshing taste, while the oil from the plant can be used to flavor candy and cakes.  It is best to start the seeds inside, since the seeds are so tiny and may get washed away in the garden.  In rich, moist soil, the plants spread rapidly from underground stems, so you may want to grow them in a container. Place in a sunny or lightly shaded location.  Height - 2 feet.   Hardy perennial.
Pkt. - 100 seeds - $2.00

#HR 53 - PIMPERNEL (Anagallis arvensis) - Also called "Weatherglass" because the flowers of this herb close when bad weather is imminent.  It was once used medicinally to treat epilepsy and mental problems, but is no longer recommended for internal use due to certain toxins, which can be poisonous.  It is still used externally to remove warts and relieve itchy skin.  Most gardeners grow it for it's pretty flowers, often seen growing wild along the roadside.   Height - 12 inches.   Annual.
PKT. - 50 seeds - $1.25

#HR 69 - PLANTAIN  (Plantago Major spp., P. lanceolata spp.) – The leaves of this plant is helpful for all kinds of skin irritations, including bug bites and stubborn sores.  Crush the leaves and rub the plant’s juices on the irritated skin.  The seeds are wonderful sprouted, containing B vitamins.  This attractive plant has also been used for coughing, wheezing, and chest pain associated with bronchitis.  Height – 30 inches.  Perennial.
PKT. – 25 seeds - $1.25

#HR 24 - PYRETHRUM (Chrysanthemum coccineum) - A  delightful plant with daisy like blossoms, in lovely shades of red and pink.  The dried flowers make a natural insect spray, but is harmless to mammals and birds.  Grown in the garden,  it will help keep neighboring plants pest free!  Prefers a sunny location with dry soil conditions.  Height -  2 to 3 feet.    Perennial.
PKT. - 30 seeds - $1.25

#HR 79  - QUEEN ANNE’S LACE  (Daucus carota)  - (Wild Carrot) – Moisten the leaves of this plant to provide soothing relief to sores and ulcers.  Also helps in healing the wounds.  An infusion may be made to be used in the treatment of kidney ailments, bladder disease, and dropsy.  If saving your own seeds, will readily cross-pollinate with carrots.  Height – 3 feet.  Biennial.
PKT. – 100 seeds - $1.25

#HR 71 - RED CLOVER  (Trifolium pretense)  –  The fresh flowers of this variety may provide relief from minor skin inflammations.  Taken internally, it may provide some relief from the side effects of chemotherapy, as well as building up the body’s strength from chronic disorders such as arthritis and allergies.  Note: Red clover may prevent blood from properly clotting, therefore, it is not recommended for extended use,  by pregnant women, or those contemplating surgery.  Height – 2 feet.  Perennial.
PKT. - 250 seeds - $1.25

#HR 25 - ROSEMARY (Rosmarinus officinalis) - The leaves of the rosemary plant have long been savored in its ability to flavor meats, potatoes, and other dishes, but it also makes wonderfully fragrant sachets!  Start the seeds indoors, noting that rosemary can be erratic in sprouting.  Best germination occurs when the soil temperature is maintained at 72 degrees or higher, and often takes 3 weeks to sprout. Transplant outside to a sunny location, with protection from cold winds.  Height -36 inches.   Perennial.
PKT. - 25 seeds - $1.25

#HR 49 – RUE (Ruta graveolens)Historically an important herb, but now generally used as an ornamental plant.  The lacy, blue-green leaves make an attractive background in the flower garden, but also makes a wonderful addition when used in small nosegays.  Prefers either a sunny or partially shaded location, with well drained soil.  Height - 2–3 feet.   Perennial.
PKT. - 50 seeds - $1.25

#HR 87 - RUPTUREWORT (Herniaria glabra) - This low-growing herb is a good choice for growing between stepping stones or in rock gardens. Medicinally, may be used to relieve kidney and bladder pains. This herb also helps release sodium from the body through the urine.  Height – 4 inches.
PKT. – 50 seeds - $1.25

#HR 88 - SAFFLOWER - (Carthamus tinctorius) - This herb provides a good quality cooking oil, as well as being a saffron substitute in rice dishes. The attractive, yellow flowers may be used as a fabric dye, but also look lovely when simply used in floral arrangements.  Height – 30 inches. Annual.
PKT. - 25 seeds - $1.25

#HR 15 - SAGE (Salvia officinalis) -The traditional herb used to season poultry, pork, and tasty stuffings! The leaves can also be used to make a tea which may help relieve colds and sore throats. Start the seeds inside 8 to 10 weeks before the last spring frost, transplanting outside in a sunny, well drained location. The leaves can be used either fresh, or dried for longer storage.   Height - 18 inches.   Perennial.
PKT. - 25 seeds - $1.25
#OHR 15 - PKT - 25 seeds - $2.00 -
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#HR 81 - SEA LAVENDER   (Limonium latifolium)  - The beautiful lavender blue blossoms on this variety make for wonderful cut flowers or dried for floral arrangements.  May be used as a fabric dye for a more natural means of coloring.  Used as a tonic, it may be helpful in controlling diarrhea and dysentery.  Height – 1½  feet.  Perennial.
PKT. – 25 seeds - $1.25

#HR 83 - SNEEZEWORT  (Achillea ptarmica)  - This upright, downy covered plant can be found natively growing in the damp grounds of woods and meadows.  The open clusters of white flowers bloom from July thru  September, and look lovely in fresh arrangements.  Medicinally, a powder made from the herb may be snuffed up the nose to induce sneezing and clearing of the nasal passages.  Height – 2-3 feet.  Perennial.
PKT. – 50 seeds - $1.25

#HR 62 – SOAPWORT (Saponaria officinalis) – A great alternative for more gentle, non-irritating cleansing.  Steep the roots in water to make shampoos and body washes.  Great for delicate fabrics.  Used as a skin rinse, soapwort helps provide relief from itching.  This easy to grow herb will flourish in either sunny or partially shaded locations.  Height - 2 to 3 feet.  Perennial.
PKT. - 100 seeds - $1.25

#HR 18 - SORREL, FRENCH (Rumex scutatus) - The delicious leaves of the French sorrel plant are widely used in French cuisine, as well as in soups and salads.  Sow the seeds directly in the garden, choosing a sunny, but sheltered spot, with well drained soil.  For best taste, gather the leaves while young and tender. Keep watered to produce juicy, succulent leaves.   Height - 8 to 12 inches.  Perennial.
Pkt. - 100 seeds - $1.25

#HR 17 - SPEARMINT (Mentha spicata) - The fresh or dried leaves of the spearmint plant add a pleasant flavor to iced drinks, as well as making a delicious herbal tea.  It is used quite often as a flavoring for candies, or with chocolate in rich deserts.  It's best to start the seeds inside, since they are quite small and may get washed away in the garden.  In rich, moist soil, the plants spread rapidly from underground stems, so you may want to grow them in a container.  Place in a sunny or a lightly shaded location.    Height - 2 feet.    Hardy perennial.
Pkt. - 100 seeds - $2.00
#OHR 17 - PKT. - 100 seeds - $2.50 -
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#HR 80 - SPEEDWELL  (Veronica officinalis) – This low-creeping herb has clusters of attractive, pale blue flowers.  May   be used as a lotion for skin rashes and slow-healing wounds.  An infusion made with this herb may be helpful in treating coughs and bronchitis.  Height – 30 inches.  Perennial.
PKT. – 25 seeds - $1.25

#HR 16 - SUMMER SAVORY(Satureja hortensis) - The slender, gray-green leaves of the summer savory plant can be used to season gravies, vegetable dishes, or stews. It also can be used to make a fine medicinal tea, which may help relieve sore throats or upset stomachs.  Start the seeds indoors 8 weeks before the last spring frost, transplanting outside in a sunny location.   Height  - 18 inches.   Annual.
Pkt. - 125 seeds - $1.25

#HR 93 - STEVIA  Stevia rebauiana - This all natural, herbal sugar substitute has been favored in Japan since the 1970's. Hundreds of times sweeter than sugar, but without the calories. The leaf powder can be substituted for sugar in preserves, baked goods and other recipes that need sweetener. Has a pleasant flavor that mixes well. Prefers hot climates; protect from cold if temperature drops below 50 degrees. Height - 2 feet. Annual. (Perennial in tropical climates.)
PKT. - 25 seeds - $2.75

#HR 27 - ST. JOHNSWORT (Hypericum perforatum) -   This shrubby plant has bright yellow flowers on upright, branching stems.  St. Johnswort is said to have antidepressant qualities, as well as acting as a sedative and anti-inflammatory.  Starts easily from seed, but prefers a sunny location with average soil.  Once established, requires no special requirements.  Height - 15 to 20 inches. Perennial.
PKT. - 100 seeds - $1.25

#HR 50 – TANSY (Tanacetum vulgare) A tea brewed from the leaves of the tansy plant can be sprayed on other plants to help repel insects, and if the leaves are placed near doorways and windows, may help deter ants and mice.  If placed in the compost pile, will add potassium to it.  Potentially toxic; should not be taken internally.  Do not use at all during pregnancy.   Height - 2-3 feet.    Perennial.
PKT. – 25 seeds - $1.25

#HR 37 – TARRAGON, RUSSIAN (Artemisia dracunculoides) –  The flavor of Russian tarragon improves as the plant matures. The leaves of the tarragon plant makes a wonderful vinaigrette, as well as adding flavor to fish, soups and roasted chicken, and is a good source of both vitamins A & C.  Tarragon prefers a sunny, well drained location.    Height - 2 to 3 feet.    Perennial.
PKT. - 50 seeds - $1.25

#HR 82 -  THYME, CREEPING (Thymus serpyllum)  - This delightful, aromatic variety is a favorite in garden paths.  The slender, creeping stems have lovely, lavender blossoms with round leaves, and release a pleasant fragrance when stepped upon.  Perfect for planting between stepping stones in the herb garden, as it can withstand light foot traffic.  Height – 6-8 inches.  Perennial.
PKT. – 75 seeds - $1.25

#HR 19 - THYME, ENGLISH (Thymus vulgaris) - The universal herb!  Use freely on red meat, poultry, or fish as well as in flavoring sauces, stews, or soups.  A medicinal tea made with thyme and sweetened with honey may help colds and sore throats.  Start the seeds indoors 8 weeks before the last spring frost, transplanting to a sunny, but well drained location, outside.  Harvest the leaves prior to flowering for maximum flavor.   Height -  12 inches.  Hardy perennial.
-Pkt. - 100 seeds - $1.25
#OHR 19 - Pkt. - 100 seeds - $2.00 - CERTIFIED ORGANIC

#HR 35 - VALERIAN (Valeriana officinalis) - Valerian is a tall plant, topped in summer with clusters of sweet scented white, pink, or lavender flowers.  The roots of the plant can be used to relieve nervous tension, anxiety, insomnia and pain, as well as in a cream to help treat acne or skin rashes. Valerian is easily grown in a sunny garden, and will self seed readily.   Height  -2 to 5 feet.   Perennial.
PKT. - 50 seeds - $1.25

#HR 51 – WILD BERGAMOT (Monarda fistulosa) – The bright lavender blossoms of the wild bergamot plant are edible and can be used in salads or as a garnish.  The plants are also beneficial in attracting bees and hummingbirds to your garden.  A medicinal tea made with the leaves may help improve digestion or ease the symptoms of a cold.   Wild bergamot is an easy to grow herb, that prefers a sunny location  with good drainage. Height - 36–48 inches.    Perennial.
PKT. – 100 seeds - $1.25

#HR 52 – WINTER SAVORY (Satureja montana) Winter savory prefers a sunny location with good drainage; thrives in dry, sandy soil.    Height - 6-12 inches.   Perennial.
PKT. – 50 seeds - $1.25

#HR 63 – WORMWOOD (Artemisia absinthium)Was historically used medicinally, but is now considered toxic if taken internally.  Great grown as an ornamental or for arrangements.  Helps deter pests such as moths and flea beetles in the garden!  Height - 3 to 5 feet. Perennial.
PKT. - 200 seeds - $1.25

#HR 29 -  YARROW, COMMON (Achillea millefolium) - The delicate, white flowers of the common yarrow plant grow in clusters atop the tall flower stalks.  A natural for meadow gardens, but also spreads to make a delightful ground cover. The crushed flower tops and leaves, when topically applied, stops minor bleeding, and may act as a wound healer.  Prefers a sunny location, but will tolerate light shade.   Height - 1 to 3 feet.   Perennial.
PKT. - 100 seeds - $1.25

#HR 94 - YELLOW BEDSTRAW  Galium verum - During the Middle Ages, mattresses were filled with this variety, leaving a nice, pleasant scent. The yellow flowers bloom June thru August, and can be used as a yellow dye. Has the ability to curdle milk; can be used in the making and coloring of cheese. Medicinally may be helpful for kidney and bladder conditions. Height - 8 - 30 inches. Perennial.
PKT. - 25 seeds - $1.25


The information on this page is for reference and education.  It is not intended to be a substitute for the advise of a physician.  We do not advocate self diagnosis or self medication.  Be aware that any plant substance used externally or internally may cause an allergic reaction in some people.  We will not be responsible for any problems that arise from using herbs medicinally.

HERB GROWING INSTRUCTIONS:
Start the plants indoors in individual 3" diameter pots.   Barely cover the seeds with soil and do not water from above, as this will disturb the small herb seeds.  We recommend using a heat propagation mat or heating cables, as herb seeds need a warm growing medium to germinate.   Use an artificial light source (fluorescent light) to get transplants off to a healthy start.  Sow seeds six weeks before last spring frost. About 10 days before the last spring frost, start hardening off the plants gradually outside.  A week after the last spring frost, transplant the plants outdoors, or transplant into permanent,  larger pots.

MEDICINAL HERB PACKAGE - NATURES FIRST AID KIT

For centuries,  people have treated minor aches and pains with herbs.  We have put together a medicinal herb package for those who want an alternative to over-the-counter medicine.  This package contains 15 medicinal herbs, plus the booklet: NATURAL AND HERBAL FAMILY REMEDIES.  Herbs included: Angelica, Basil (Sweet), Calendula, Catnip, Chamomile, Common Yarrow, Coriander, Echinacea, Feverfew, Horehound, Hyssop, St. Johnswort, Summer Savory, Thyme and Valerian.
HRB-1 - $20.00

MEDICINAL HERB PACKAGE SEALED - Same as above except package is sealed in plastic with a silica gel insert.  Can be stored for 3 years.
HRB-2 - $25.00


THE HERBAL HOME REMEDY PACKAGE

This terrific collection will help guide those wishing to walk down their own medicinal path.  Included in the knowledgeable book are various techniques and suggestions for both the beginning and more advanced herbalist.  Excellent directions on gathering, drying, storing, and blending 25 common herbs.  Simple recipes for teas, tinctures, oils, salves, syrups and lozenges, plus helpful directions on building your own herbal medicine cabinet.

Items included in this package:

The Herbal Home Remedy Book

Plus the following 13 packages of herb seeds: Borage, Burdock, Catnip, Dandelion, Heastsease, Lavender, Lemon Balm, Marsh Mallow, Mullein, Peppermint, Plantain, Red Clover and St. John’s Wort.
HHRP2 - $29.00


KITCHEN HERB GARDEN
In the “good old days”, everyone had an herb garden outside the kitchen door.  Now you can grow all these popular kitchen herbs in your garden!  Contains the booklet: Grow 15 Herbs For The Kitchen, plus the 15 herbs recommended in the booklet.  Herbs included: Angelica, Basil (Sweet), Catnip, Chives, Dill, Fennel, Marjoram (Sweet), Oregano, Parsley (Italian), Rosemary, Sage, Spearmint, Summer Savory, Tarragon (Russian) and Thyme.
KHG - $20.00


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HERB FOOD
Premium quality food for edible herbs.  This all natural, organic, slow release fertilizer is perfect for growing lush herbs indoors.   Specifically designed to enhance flavor and fragrance of all herbs.  Simply sprinkle one to three tablespoons (depending on pot size) of fertilizer around each herb plant.  With an analysis of 5-1-5, this formula provides all the nutrients to grow bigger, more flavorful herbs!
1.25 pound container.
HBF - $11.99.
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RODALE’S ILLUSTRATEDENCYCLOPEDIA OF HERBS –  545 pages - Trade paper cover - An informative and comprehensive reference book, perfect for the novice, as well as the more experienced, herb gardener.  Helpful information on cultivation and usage, with easy to read chapters on crafts, bouquets, and yarn dyeing. Suggestions on creating your own theme or medicinal herb garden, along with the history and folklore of a variety of herbs, makes this a valuable addition to your gardening library.
225 illustrations.  75 color photographs.
REH - $23.95


GROWING HERBS IN CONTAINERS
by Sal Gilbertie & Maggie Oster - 32 pages
Many herbs can be easily grown in containers to save space in your garden or to locate closer to the kitchen door for easy use.   This booklet tells which herbs to grow, special requirements for growing herbs in containers, choosing the right container and preparing the soil mix.
#A-179 - $3.95

NATURAL AND HERBAL FAMILY REMEDIES
by Cynthia Black - 32 pages
For centuries, herbs and other natural products have been used as health aids and remedies.  This booklet explains how to make various creams, infusions, ointments and poultices to help relieve many common ailments.  Sections on skin care, sore throats and colds, herbal teas, hair care, healing soups and soothing aches and pains.
#A-168 - $3.95



 

THE HERBAL HOME REMEDY BOOK - Simple Recipes for Tinctures, Teas, Salves, Tonics and Syrups
by Joyce A. Wardwell

Excellent directions on gathering, drying, storing, and blending 25 common herbs. Simple recipes for teas, tinctures, oils, salves, syrups and lozenges, plus helpful directions on building your own all natural herbal medicine cabinet.
176 pages - Trade paper cover, illustrations throughout
HHR - $14.95
 
 
 



HERBAL ANTIBIOTICS
NATURAL ALTERNATIVES FOR TREATING DRUG RESISTANT BACTERIA
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Exploration into the effectiveness of garlic, echinacea, St. John's Wort and other herbs to treat diseases that are resistant to traditional drugs.  Step-by-step instructions for tinctures, teas and salves to treat many diseases and infections.  A must book for anyone trying to be more self-reliant in their lifestyle.   by Stephen Harrod Buhner  246 pages
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"This book explores some of the realities of antibiotic-resistant bacteria and some of the powerful herbal medicines with which to treat them.  In the coming years, I think many of us will need to understand both.  I hope that for you, as it has been for me, this knowledge will be useful."  Stephen Harrod Buhner
#ANTB - $24.95
 


PLASTIC POT LABELS - High quality, blank plastic stakes are used to label transplants inside. Just use a fine point permanent marker to easily write down information on the stakes.  Plastic is white and writing remains legible despite the action of weather, water or fertilizer.  20 mil thick plastic wears better than wood stakes, costs less than metal stakes.  Large size may also be used outside in the garden.
PL 24 - 25 stakes (4 in. by ½ in.) - $2.25                        PL 26 - 25 stakes (6 in. by ½ in.) - $2.75

JIFFY 7 SEED STARTING PELLETS - Just add water to the compressed peat pellets and you’re ready to start seeds indoors!  Pellets expand to 1¾"  in diameter to 1¾" in height.  Encased in netting , they retain their shape and get plants off to a good start.  No more plastic trays, no more broken roots.  The simplest and easiest way to start all your transplants!  Instructions included.
JF 7  -  12 pack - $2.59
JF 25 - 25 pack - $4.59

PROPAGATION MATS – Bottom heating propagation mats keep soil warm to aid indoor germination.  Mat is hermetically sealed in plastic.   For indoor use only.
FGP-1 -  Window sill mat is 3 inches wide by 24 inches long – $25.99 (For starting plants on a sunny window sill!)
FGP-2 – Medium propagation mat is 10 inches wide by 20.75 inches long - $35.99  (Holds one standard seed flat.)
FGP-3 – Large propagation mat is 22 inches wide by 44 inches long - $79.99  (Holds four standard seed flats.)


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