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Japenese Bunching Onions: A vigorous and quick to mature green bunching onion variety that does not bulb but forms clusters of long silvery white stalks. It is a perennial that is cold, hardy, and very adaptable to various climates. It has a mild, sweet flavor much like a scallion. Perfect in both Asian and American cuisines.
Garden Beans: Early maturing, high yielding vine that can be grown with or without support. Picked young it can make a good snap bean, or growing to full maturity and shelled. The rich, sweet flavored beans are excellent for baking, soups and any other use.
Sweet Banana Pepper: High yielding, vining plant that produces 25 to 30 colorful and easy to grow peppers per plant. This variety bears sweet, mild peppers that are shaped like a banana, perfect for pickling.
Beefsteak Tomato: Meaty, classic beefsteak-type tomatoes, typically shaped flat and round with deep ribs. The solid, meaty flesh is juicy and sweet.
Thai Basil: A cultivated type of basil bred specifically for its ability to handle the sustained high heats of cooking. This variety has a hint of licorice flavor and is a stronger flavored basil than sweet basil. It is also a great attractor for bees
Anise: Aromatic seeds that produce a pungent flavored herb that resembles fennel and licorice. Used for both medicinal and culinary purposes. Anise is a great plant to attract butterflies and bees to your garden.
Coriander: Coriander is a double duty herb. Its seeds are known as coriander while its leaves are known as cilantro, Both the leaves and the seeds are used in the culinary arts. Fresh coriander leaves are frequently used as a garnish for salsas and spicy soups. Coriander seed, which are actually the dried fruit of the coriander plant, is used as a spice. Typically used ground, coriander seed has a spicy, citrus flavor.
Sweet Fennel: Annual. Used in salads, eaten raw or boiled. 8,000 seeds per ounce.
Catnip: Vibrant green leaves of catnip are not only attractive to cats but are popular in tea as well. Flowers are very attractive to bees.
Sweet Majoram: It has a delicate sweet-flavor, and subtle pungent (spicy) taste. Aroma is similar to oregano, but sweeter and more balsam-like.
Garlic Chives: Flat, grass-like leaves with mild, part onion-part garlic flavor.
Chives: Cut leaves for salads, potatoes, soups. They impart a light onion flavor in any dish and can be used interchangeably in recipes calling for onions. Chives are also known to attract bees and repel deer.
German Chamomile: Used in brewing tea, making perfumes or hair rinses. Also used to medically calm frayed nerves, to treat stomach problems, to relieve muscle spasms, and to treat skin conditions and mild infections.
Purple Ruffles Basil: A variety of basil that is both a distinctive ornamental and a delectable herb. The strikingly beautiful aromatic leaves can be used fresh, frozen, or dried, to flavor vinegar, soups, stews, salads and Italian recipes. Provides a striking contrast for the flower border and herb garden.
Lavender: Munstead Strain. The most popular of all pleasant scented herbs. The long-lasting, fragrant leaves and blossoms of this tender perennial are used to perfume soaps, potpourri, sachets, flower arrangements, pillows, bath and toliet waters, and even stuffing in chairs. Makes an ideal fragrant hedge or edging. Height 2-3'.
Thyme: Aromatic, dusty grey-green leaves and small, pale pink flowers in late summer that are attractive to bees. Used in cooking to flavor stews, sauces, soups, cottage cheese, meat loaf, sausages, marinades, fish cakes, vinegars and oils. Also has some medicinal uses as an antiseptic.
Large Leaf Italian Basil: Fragrant, flavorful, extra-large leaves. Rich in oils and so aromatic you will smell it long before you see it in the garden.
Sweet Basil: Ideal for tomato sauces, pestos and salads. Plant in some pots and place on the patio as a natural fly repellent.
Sage: A soft, yet sweet savory flavor. Flat-leaved, used in salad dressings, poultry, soups and as an ingredient of pesto. Flavor is much more pronounced than that of the more familiar curled type.
Vulgare Oregano: Its taste is zesty and strong and is commonly used in Italian dishes. Oregano is a hardy plant and makes a good ground cover. It has a pungent, spicy, slightly bitter flavor pairs well with almost any vegetable preparation.
Long Island Mammoth Dill: An attractive, tall plant with a lovely aroma. The leaves, immature flower tops and mature seeds are an essential pickling spice. This easy-to-grow productive herb will reseed itself if allowed. Beyond its pungent flavor and culinary versatility, dill has a long history of medicinal use.