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Basil Genovese$2.75 Add to cart
This classic Italian basil is most often used for making pesto. It has a sweet fragrance and is slow to bolt. Its large, green leaves average 2″ long.
Basil Sweet$2.75 Add to cart
This slow-bolting variety makes a wonderful pesto, and is a great choice for taking to market. Its broad leaves are dark-green.
Chives Common$2.75 Add to cart
The thin, round leaves of chives are commonly used in soups and sauces. The plant grows in clumps up to 12″ high and produces lavender flowers in midsummer. Chives are useful as a companion plant throughout the garden to help reduce the insect population.
Cilantro$2.75 Add to cart
Similar in appearance to parsley, cilantro is a staple in Mexican, Indian, and Asian cuisines. This bolt-resistant variety produces lush growth. The seeds of the plant can be harvested and are called coriander.
Dill Bouquet$2.75 Add to cart
Earlier blooming than Mammoth dill, Bouquet dill has large seed umbels and dark-green foliage. Dill provides a great beneficial-insect habitat in the garden and can reseed prolifically. Dill is used in many pickling recipes as well as in seafood, soups, sauces, and potatoes.
Parsley Italian$2.75 Add to cart
Italian parsley is a glossy flat-leaf variety that is called for in many gourmet recipes. It’s excellent for seasoning, with a stronger flavor than many curly types. It turns bitter when it bolts.
Thyme English$2.75 Add to cart
A short, compact, aromatic herb, thyme is a classic in any garden. It forms attractive, tiny lavender flowers which attract bees, and is known to deter cabbage worms. Thyme adds interest to soups, casseroles, pizzas, and breads, and also has many medicinal uses.