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  1. Summer Savory - Packet

    Summer Savory is the secret ingredient for this summer herb blend known as Herbs de Provence, a classic French blend of six or more herbs. Finely chop into sweet butter to season sum...

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    Summer Savory - Packet Satureja hortensis
    $2.50
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    Summer Savory is the secret ingredient for this summer herb blend known as Herbs de Provence, a classic French blend of six or more herbs. Finely chop into sweet butter to season summer squash or add a knob to steamed green beans. Seeds produce a frothy green hedge that doubles as a natural deer repellent. Left to flower, the bees and pollinators will thank you.
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  2. Sage - Packet

    Silvery gray foliage of Sage makes a fine plant in the herb garden. Add a pinch to season an omelet, flavor homemade sausage or stuff a goose, a little bit goes a long way. If kept u...

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    Sage - Packet Salvia officinalis
    $2.50
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    Silvery gray foliage of Sage makes a fine plant in the herb garden. Add a pinch to season an omelet, flavor homemade sausage or stuff a goose, a little bit goes a long way. If kept unclipped, striking purple blossoms will appear. In the fall, harvest the bounty, to weave into an aromatic wreath to hang above the winter hearth.
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  3. Rosemary - Packet

    Season a roast or baste a stew, Rosemary is the classic aromatic herb for slow simmering meats. The aromatic leaves resemble pine needles, chopped fine into a mince to tame the asser...

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    Rosemary - Packet Rosmarinus officinalis
    $2.50
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    Season a roast or baste a stew, Rosemary is the classic aromatic herb for slow simmering meats. The aromatic leaves resemble pine needles, chopped fine into a mince to tame the assertive flavor. Plants can grow to two feet high, becoming the centerpiece to an herb garden design. Seeds are slow to germinate, so be patient.
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  4. Lavender - Packet

    Close your eyes and you picture a sea of Lavender with a gentle floral fragrance wafting. If you have a patch of sun, you can grow this n your garden, decorate a tub or fill a nearby...

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    Lavender - Packet Lavandula angustifolia
    $2.50
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    Close your eyes and you picture a sea of Lavender with a gentle floral fragrance wafting. If you have a patch of sun, you can grow this n your garden, decorate a tub or fill a nearby meadow. Sweeten cakes, custards or sorbet with tiny Lavender blossoms. Sow the seed in a pot, rather than direct in the garden, then be patient. The rewards are great, knowing that you can do it!
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  5. Fennel - Packet

    Sauté garlic and onions, then turn the heat down low to dash to the garden to pick your fresh fennel. Both the ferny leaf and the bulb of fennel are primo when cooking like an Itali...

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    Fennel - Packet Foeniculum vulgare
    $2.50
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    Sauté garlic and onions, then turn the heat down low to dash to the garden to pick your fresh fennel. Both the ferny leaf and the bulb of fennel are primo when cooking like an Italian. The light licorice flavor complements other summer vegetables, too, roasted or sliced raw into salad.
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  6. Coriander - Cilantro - Packet

    Our Cilantro is a premiere strain, boasting an abundance of fine, leafy foliage ready for topping a quesadilla or garnishing salsa. Try growing your own to taste the difference, it...

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    Coriander - Cilantro - Packet Coriandrum sativum
    $2.50
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    Our Cilantro is a premiere strain, boasting an abundance of fine, leafy foliage ready for topping a quesadilla or garnishing salsa. Try growing your own to taste the difference, it’s easy to grow. Sow a row of seeds every few weeks for a summer of good eating. If you don’t pick the leaves, your cilantro leaves will ultimately turn into coriander seed.
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  7. Caraway - Packet

    Ever think about growing your own Caraway? You can do this. Bake a loaf of Rye and serve it to friends, sprinkle with your own homegrown Caraway seeds and announce, “I grew this!...

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    Caraway - Packet Carum carvi
    $2.50
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    Ever think about growing your own Caraway? You can do this. Bake a loaf of Rye and serve it to friends, sprinkle with your own homegrown Caraway seeds and announce, “I grew this!” Caraway is a delicate plant with tiny white umbels that ultimately turn into seeds. Along the way, you’ll find that the pollinators enjoy it, too. Give it a try and find the confidence to brag about your green thumb.
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  8. Sweet Basil - Packet

    Basil is the queen of the herb garden. Be sure to plant enough for pesto, sauce or layered between sun kissed tomatoes in a sandwich. Our sweet basil is a valuable ornamental as well...

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    Sweet Basil - Packet Ocimum basilicum
    $2.50
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    Basil is the queen of the herb garden. Be sure to plant enough for pesto, sauce or layered between sun kissed tomatoes in a sandwich. Our sweet basil is a valuable ornamental as well as kitchen staple, lush green fragrant leaves, give it a place in the sun, and watch it take off. All basils are frost sensitive and plants and seeds should wait until well after the frost.
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  9. Sweet Anise

    Since the Victorian era, Anise has infused summer drinks with a hint of Licorice. Any extra was tied together into a tussie-mussie bouquet; Anise was prized for its lacy fronds. A f...

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    Anise - Packet Pimpinella anisum
    $2.50
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    Since the Victorian era, Anise has infused summer drinks with a hint of Licorice. Any extra was tied together into a tussie-mussie bouquet; Anise was prized for its lacy fronds. A fine foliage plant in the garden, an aromatic essential in the kitchen, Anise is also a magnet for bees and butterflies. Sow seeds direct in the garden and keep a succession growing all summer long.
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