Tarragon , Russian (Artemisia dracunculus compositae)Add to Wish List
Tarragon, or Artemesia dracunculoides, is an aromatic leafy herb that is becoming increasingly popular in the culinary world. This herb grows into a tall, vigorous garden plant with mildly flavoured leaves that go well with fish, chicken, and vegetables.
Summer Savory (Satureja hortensis)Add to Wish List
Summer savoury is the most common culinary species, an annual shrubby herb that thrives in warm climates. Fine trichomes cover the square stems, which are sometimes purple in colour. The linear gray-green leaves are about 2.5 cm (1 inch) long...
St. John's Wort (Hypericum perforatum)Add to Wish List
St. John's wort is a flowering plant that grows in Europe, North and South America, Australia, New Zealand, and Eastern Asia. It has five petals and yellow star-shaped flowers. The plant thrives in areas that are sunny and well-drained. It...
Sorrel, Large Leaf (Rumex acetosa)Add to Wish List
Large Leaf Sorrel is a hardy perennial that produces copious amounts of delicious lemony, blonde-green leaves from September to the following summer. From May to June, sow Large Leaf Organic Sorrel seeds. Sorrel is a popular herb in Eastern Europe,...
Sage, Italian (Salvia officinalis)Add to Wish List
The soft gray-green leaves of sun-loving sage blend in nicely with other plants, and the pretty light purple flower sprays attract hummingbirds. Fresh sage has a warm, complex flavour that complements vegetables like onions, beans, tomatoes, and potatoes, as well...
Rosemary (Rosmarinus officinalis)Add to Wish List
Rosemary is a widely used herb for a variety of purposes, including potpourris and aromatherapy, as well as flavouring a variety of dishes! For a better harvest, start the seeds indoors early. Rosemary can be planted early in the spring...
Parsley, Italian Giant (Petroselinum crispum)Add to Wish List
The Giant of Italy Parsley is a large-growing parsley with dark green leaves that are known for their ease of cutting! This parsley variety has thick stems, making it ideal for fresh market sales. For a reason, the high-yielding Giant...
Parsley, Italian Dark Green (Petroselinum crispum)Add to Wish List
The Italian Plain Leaf Parsley is a lovely parsley variety that can be used to garnish a variety of foods such as fish, sauces, and pastas! This parsley variety is the most well-known among us, having been used as a...
Parsley, Hamburg Rooted (Petroselinum crispum)Add to Wish List
The Hamburg Rooted Parsley is an old heirloom variety with a unique appearance and delicious leaves and roots! The large roots of this parsley make excellent soups and stews, but the leaves are also tasty in sauces or as a...
Parsley, Forest Green (Petroselinum crispum)Add to Wish List
The Forest Green Parsley has long stems with dark green, double and triple curled leaves and is a delicately curled and compact variety. This variety of parsley grows well in pots and indoors. The beautiful and delicious leaves of the...
Oregano, Italian (Vulgare) (Origanum vulgare )Add to Wish List
The Italian oregano is a popular perennial known for its small, flavorful leaves that give any dish a delicious pungent flavour! Fresh or dried, Italian oregano will give your Italian, Spanish, and Mexican dishes that extra "bam."
Oregano, Greek (Heracleoticum) (Origanum vulgare hirtum)Add to Wish List
Greek oregano is a popular herb with a strong flavour that is essential in many Italian dishes such as fish, pizza, tomato sauce, and salad dressings. This perennial has a stronger, more aromatic scent than common oregano and is used...
Mint, Spearmint (Mentha spicata)Add to Wish List
Spearmint has a cool, refreshing scent that is impossible to resist! This perennial has a 3 foot spread. Spearmint has a wide range of culinary and medicinal applications, including teas, sauces, jellies, sweets, and garnishes, as well as treating stomachaches.
Mexican Mint Marigold (Tagetes lucida)Add to Wish List
Mexican Tarragon, Sweet Mace, and Spanish Tarragon are all names for the same herb. The anise flavour of the edible golden flowers and foliage is slightly tinged with citrus. It can be substituted for French tarragon in gourmet dishes. In...
Lemon Mint (Monarda citriodora)Add to Wish List
Lemon mint leaves, which have a citrus flavour and are used by Native Americans for medicinal and culinary purposes, can be minced and added to fruit jellies. Its fragrant and colourful purple bracts, which grow on 24-30" tall plants, attract...
Lavender, Vera (True Lavender) (Lavandula angustifolia)Add to Wish List
Vera Lavender is a popular lavender variety for home gardens that produces a lovely, strong lavender scent that can be used to freshen up the house. This lavender variety has a wide range of applications, including culinary and medicinal uses....
Dill, Mammoth Long Island (Anethum graveolens)Add to Wish List
The Mammoth Long Island Dill is a tall, large-sized dill variety with a lovely, tangy aroma that makes it ideal for pickling. Pickling spices are made from the leaves, immature flower tops, and mature seeds. The Mammoth Long Island Dill...
Cress, True Watercress (Nasturtium officinalis)Add to Wish List
True watercress is a tasty and nutrient-dense aquatic herb. This watercress has a wonderful peppery flavour to it. This cress is a semiaquatic creeping perennial whose leaves are used in salads, sandwiches, and as a garnish. True Watercress grows quickly...
Cress, Curled Peppercress or Garden Cress (Lepidium sativum)Add to Wish List
Curly cress also known as cresson, early winter cress, or Upland cress, grows on thin, branching stems with finely divided leaves that resemble parsley or chervil. Curly cress, also known as curled cress, curlicress, fine curled cress, moss curled cress,...
Cilantro, Long Standing (Coriandrum sativum)Add to Wish List
Cilantro, also known as Chinese parsley, has a plethora of culinary applications. 'Long Standing,' in particular, has excellent flavour, improved leafiness, and is slow to bolt, as the name implies. Add chopped leaves to Mexican, Caribbean, or Asian dishes with...
Purple Coneflower (Echinacea purpurea)Add to Wish List
Coneflowers are a well-liked perennial for a reason. They can withstand heat and drought, are simple to grow, bloom for months, make excellent cut flowers, and attract birds and pollinators. Coneflowers are available in a rainbow of colours, including pink,...
Chives, Garlic (Allium tuberosum)Add to Wish List
The flavour of the flat, tender leaves is somewhere between garlic and onion. Salads, spreads, and flavoured vinegars are all delicious. In Zones 3-10, this plant is a perennial. Start early, either indoors or outside after the danger of frost...
Chives, Onion (Common Chives) (Allium schoenoprasum)Add to Wish List
Chives are a cool-weather perennial that is related to onions. Chive leaves' tips have a mild onion flavour. Chives are used in salads and as a garnish for a variety of cooked dishes. Chives have 6" to 10" long slender,...
Chamomile, Roman (Chamaemelum nobile)Add to Wish List
Chamomile flowers are used to make tea with a distinct apple-like flavour and fragrance. Chamomile has long been used to protect gastric mucous membranes as a carminative and anti-inflammatory, anti-ulcer remedy. It also has anti-spasmodic and anti-microbial properties. Sinusitis is...
Chamomile,German (Matricaria recutita)Add to Wish List
Tea is made from chamomile flowers. Chamomile tea has a light, refreshing flavour that is instantly relaxing. The chamomile plant comes in two varieties: Roman chamomile and German chamomile. The scent and flavour of German chamomile are similar to apples....
Chervil, Curled (Anthriscus cerefolium)Add to Wish List
Chervil is a sweet-smelling herb that smells like myrrh. Freshly divided leaves can be used in salads and to add flavour to fish, chicken, and egg dishes. Fines herbes, a French culinary staple that includes chives, parsley, and tarragon, includes...
Caraway (Carum carvi)Add to Wish List
Caraway is commonly grown for its thin, crescent-shaped seeds, but the entire plant—leaves, stems, seeds, and roots—are edible. Caraway is a biennial plant that produces carrot-like leaves one year and flower heads and seeds the next. Caraway leaves and seeds...
Borage (Borago officials)Add to Wish List
Borage is a decorative herb with clusters of intensely blue star-shaped flowers in the summer. Borage's leaves and flowers have a cucumber flavour. Summer drinks can be made with the flowers, and they can also be candied for decoration. Salads,...
Wild Bergamot (Monarda fistulosa)Add to Wish List
A clump-forming perennial with square stems that is heavily branched and scented. Flowers are usually arranged in a single terminal cluster and are surrounded by numerous small leaves, which are frequently rose-purple in colour. Lavender, lilac, or rose floral tubes...