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  • PLANT: Cilantro/Coriander

    $4.42

    The light green, tender leaves are an excellent addition to salads, and sauces. Grow in full sun to part shade, and harvest the leaves after they are about 6 inches tall.  After it bolts, allow it to go to seed for coriander seeds.   Annual

  • PLANT: Sweet Basil

    $4.42

    This basil is the most commonly grown type.  It is excellent in pestos, salads, and sauces- and has even been used to flavour ice cream!

    Grow in full sun in fertile, well drained soil.  Basil is very sensitive to frost and likes warm temperatures, so don’t plant it out too early.

     

  • PLANT: Sorrel

    $4.42

    Here’s a perennial herb that does well in both full sun in partial shade.  It’s leaves are very lemony, and make a flavourful addition to salads.  Also delicious cooked with fish.  Harvest the tender, green leaves before the seed heads develop.  You can also pinch the seed heads for an extended harvest. (4 inch pot)

  • PLANT: German Winter Thyme

    $4.42

    This hardy perennial has strongly flavoured leaves perfect for seasoning meats, soups and sauces.  It’s a good candidate for your kichen herb garden!  And once established, thyme requires little watering and fertilizing.  Plant in full sun.  Grows to 8-12 inches tall. (grown in organic soil from 2 leaf stage (baby plant)-started in non-organic soil)

  • PLANT: Parsley-Dark Green Italian

    $4.42

    This is a biennial herb grown as an annual, although it is quite cold hardy.  It’s large flat leaves are reputed to have a better flavour than many of the curly varieties.  Can be grown in pots on the kitchen windowsill, as well as out in your garden.  Easy to grow from a transplant (but more challenging from seed because of long germination period).

  • PLANT: Basil Blend

    $4.42

    Add colour to your pesto! Choose from purple,or genovese basil for a flavourful mix.The purple basil has a flavour more similar to genovese basil, but with dark purple leaves.  Basil grows well on your windowsill, and in any fertile, well drained garden.  It does like heat though, so make sure to plant it in full sun. (2-3 plants/ pot for 4 inch pots)

  • PLANT: Oregano

    $4.42

    A must have for the kitchen herb garden! Not only is it an essential ingredient in many Greek, Italian, and Spanish dishes, but it’s flowers also attract beneficial insects.   Unlike most other herbs, oregano maintains it’s strong flavour for months after harvest and drying.  Because oregano repels cabbage moths, it’s an excellent companion for your brassicas (kale, cabbage, broccoli, etc).  Grows well in pots. Plant in a sunny, warm area. Perennial hardy to zone 5. (grown in organic soil from 2 leaf stage (baby plant)-started in non-organic soil)

  • PLANT: Summer Savory

    $4.42

    A compact, comparitively fast growing little plant, with a flavour milder than winter savory.  Unlike it’s winter cousin, summer savory is an annual.  Use in bean, pea, or lentil recipes- or in other recipes as a substitute for winter savory.  Some people also use summer savory as a substitute for sage.  Do not feed with liquid fertilizer, and plant in a full sun, well drained area.  Also grows well in containers.  Companion plant with beans and onions.

  • PLANT: Sweet Marjoram

    $4.42

    4 inch pots

  • PLANT: Sage

    $4.42

    4 inch pots

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    PLANT: Dill

    $4.42

    Tasty leaves are excellent for dips or cooking with fish and flower heads can be used for pickling