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Peppery-flavored, scalloped leaves develop on fast-growing
plants. Flavor combines well with lettuce and other salad
greens. A favorite for Italian cuisine. Begin harvesting in
Abundance of small, dark green leaves with delicious
flavor and aroma cover the 12-inch, mounded plants. The best sweet basil
for a classic pesto. Ideal for container gardens. Makes a beautiful
One of the most versatile additions to any cook’s garden
with large, fragrant leaves that make a great pesto. Use fresh to make
tea, vinegar or for seasoning summer dishes. Culinary and ornamental.
Frilly, large leaves provide
delicious flavor and aroma. Use in pesto, salads and other
recipes calling for basil or use in place of lettuce for a
flavorful sandwich. Makes a beautiful edging plant.
A special treat for your favorite cat.
Shrub-like plants of fragrant, green foliage topped with small,
lavender or white flowers are fast growing and produce plenty of
leaves, stems and flowers for kitty to enjoy. Reseeds freely so
it comes back year after year.
fragrant, the small, 1-inch, white and yellow, daisy-like
flowers have a pineapple or apple-like scent. Feathery foliage
is covered with blossoms from late spring through summer.
An essential for every herb garden, chives thrive in any
sunny location and can be moved indoors for winter use.
Fast-growing leaves topped by delicate purple flowers impart a
mild onion flavor to any dish. Plants are perennial in zones
Improved variety that’s
slower to bolt in warm weather for a longer harvest time. Use
both seeds and leaves to add distinctive flavor to everything
from soups and stews to baked goods. Essential for Asian and
Cut sprigs of delicious feathery
leaves to enhance summer veggies, salads, soups and main dishes.
This is the best variety for fragrant seed heads to use in
pickles. Let some plants bloom to attract butterflies.
'Long Island Mammoth'
The most popular
variety among home gardeners for pickling, canning and flavoring
soups, stews and sauces. Large, abundant flower heads and
feather-like foliage attract butterflies. Vigorous and fast
Silvery green foliage with plump lavender flower spikes. Beautiful in landscape borders. Irresistible to butterflies and pollinators. Pick for bouquets and sachets.
Marjoram is a savory kitchen
garden herb that tastes best fresh from the garden. Plants form
attractive mounds of gray-green little leaves with pale flowers.
Use leaves to season a wide variety of dishes.
Essential for the cook’s garden, the
small, dark green leaves are filled with aroma and flavor. In
summer, clusters of small reddish-purple or white flowers
appear. Grows in sun or light shade. Ideal for containers
'Dark Moss Curled'
A must for any cook’s
garden, this versatile variety features tightly-curled, sweet,
peppery-flavored leaves that can be harvested continually all
season. Grow indoors in a sunny window to flavor foods all year
'Italian Flat Leaf'
Rich with flavor, the
celery-like leaves have a pleasant taste that’s slightly
stronger than curly parsley making it ideal for seasoning cooked
foods. Use fresh for a more robust flavor. Grow indoors in pots
during the winter.
Mediterranean herb with soft grey-green leaves for the flower,
herb, or vegetable garden. Pretty purple flowers attract
hummingbirds. Use savory leaves fresh or dry to flavor a wide
range of dishes.
A kitchen garden essential,
this hardy plant's leaves are prized for aroma and flavor.
Indispensable herb for poultry, vegetables, meats. Try a few
stems on your barbecue for added flavor. Grows year-round.
BILINGUAL SPANISH/ENGLIGH PACKETS
Packets are completely dual language, with both English and Spanish growing instructions,
planting charts and harvest information.
Grows best in cool weather. In early spring, sow seeds in the garden in full sun about 1 inch apart. Cover 1/4 inch deep and keep soil moist. When large enough to handle, thin seedlings to 6 inches apart. Sow more seeds 2 weeks later for a continuous supply. Pick leaves regularly, or harvest entire plant. In late summer through early fall, sow again for another crop.
Start seeds indoors 6 weeks before transplanting outdoors after night are above 50º F. Sow directly outdoors in late spring, only when night temperatures are at least 55º F. Sow in rich, moist soil. Thin seedlings 8-10 in. apart. Pinch back stems and flower stalks to encourage branching and leaf production. Harvest individual leaves as needed to pick entire plants when flower stalks appear.
'Heirloom Lettuce Leaf'
Early maturing Blue Lake pole beans produce great tasting pods in a wide variety of weather conditions. These vigorous vines grow quickly and yield abundant harvests of deep green, six-inch stringless smooth, round pods with rich flavor. Blue Lake's reliability and great taste have made them a true favorite for home gardeners.
| CATNIP/HIERBA GATERA
Start indoors 4 to 6 weeks before last spring frost or sow directly outdoors when night temperatures stay above 50º F. Protect young seedlings from cats until plants are well established. Grows in average soil but best with regular water. Often self-sows for additional plants. Harvest leaves as needed. Pick leaves and flowers before frost to dry indoors. Keep dried catnip in an airtight jar.
| HEIRLOOM CHIVES/CEBOLLINO
In early spring, sow clusters of 7-10 seeds, 8-10 inches apart and 1/4 inch deep in a sunny spot with well-worked, fertile soil. Chives can also be started indoors in containers 6 weeks before last frost. Plants will form handsome mounds in the garden. Fertilize plants monthly with a high nitrogen fertilizer. Harvest by snipping off leaves, using scissors, leaving 2 inch crown to regrow.
Grows best in cool weather. cilantro grows best planted directly in the garden. Sow seeds beginning in early spring in full sun or partial shade in light, well-drained soil. Sow every 2-3 weeks until mid-summer for continuous supply. Harvest as needed before flowers appear. When plants do blossom, they attract butterflies and other pollinators galore.
'Long Island Mammoth'
direct sow outdoors in spring into fertile well-drained soil. Sow seeds 1 in. apart and cover lightly. Keep soil moist during germination and growth. Thin seedlings to 12 inches apart when large enough to handle. Sow every 10-14 days through late spring for a continuous supply. Begin harvesting leaves when plants are 12 in. tall. Flowers can be picked or left to go to seed. Harvest seed when color changes from yellow to tan.
Start seeds indoors 4-6 weeks before last spring frost or direct sow seeds outdoors when night temperatures stay about 50º F. Space seeds very thinly, press into soil and do not cover. Thin or transplant seedlings to 8 inches apart when they have several sets of leaves. Harvest individual leaves or entire stems as needed. Harvest leaves and flowers before frost to air dry for year round use.
'Italian Flat Leaf'
Direct sow in spring when weather is settled but still cool, in fertile, well-drained soil. Or, start indoors 6-8 weeks before last spring frost. Parsley can be slow to germinate. Soak seeds in warm water for 12-24 hours to aid germination. Keep soil moist but soggy. Harvest outer leaves of plants and new growth will develop. Fertilize lightly during growth. In mild climates, plant again in late summer to early fall.