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Catmint, Blue Carpet
Catmint, Blue Carpet
Catmint, Blue Carpet

In late spring, plants produce 6-8 inch flowering spikes with an abundance of 2-lipped, tubular lavender-blue flowers over an extended time making this plant a useful addition to the sunny border. The small crinkly green-grey leaves are short growing, aromatic and lightly toothed.

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Catmint, Cat’s Meow PPAF CPBRAF
Catmint, Cat’s Meow PPAF CPBRAF
Catmint, Cat’s Meow PPAF CPBRAF

Truly the “cat’s meow”, the best Catmint we’ve seen yet! Unlike most Nepetas that have a bit of a wild, unkempt look, this first class selection keeps its tidy, dense, rounded shape all season long.

Its small, grey-green, aromatic leaves are topped with well-branched stems carrying spikes of sky blue flowers with purple calyxes from early summer into early fall.

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Catmint, Cat’s Pajamas USPPAF, PBRAF
Catmint, Cat’s Pajamas USPPAF, PBRAF
Catmint, Cat’s Pajamas USPPAF, PBRAF

A long blooming perennial that’s perfect in small areas of the landscape. Indigo blue flowers are produced all the way from the soil to the tips, providing an intense splash of color when it’s in bloom

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Catmint, Felix
Catmint, Felix
Catmint, Felix

12” tall mounding to 24” wide, compact, highly branched growth…3-4” flower spikes of lavender blue blooms all summer. Shearing after the first bloom speeds the process. Full sun, well drained soils are best, pots, rock garden…deer resistant. Great bee plant!

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Catmint, Pink Cat
Catmint, Pink Cat
Catmint, Pink Cat

Pink Cat is an early blooming and mounding variety of Catmint that is not commonly found.  This type is somewhat shorter and bushier that common Catmint.  It forms fragrant pink spikes that will attract hummingbirds, butterflies and bees.

Pink Cat works well in containers as well as in your perennial border. Compact, heat tolerant, and easy to grow with aromatic leaves.

Use as a great general ground cover, accent plant, pathway edger, or rock garden specimen. (not for foot traffic)

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Catmint, Standard
Catmint, Standard
Catmint, Standard

Profuse lavender blooms on spiky stems.

Soft, crinkled, gray-green leaves on a short, mounding plant.

Good in containers, for borders,  and the perennial herb garden.  Very good choice for a tough, perennial ground cover!

Contains nepetalactone, the active ingredient in catnip that drives cats nuts..

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Catmint, Walker’s Low
Catmint, Walker’s Low
Catmint, Walker’s Low

Deep lavender-blue flowers and it is one of the most vividly colored catmints. Blooms from June to September.

Soft, crinkled, gray-green leaves on a short, mounding plant.

Good in containers, for borders,  and the perennial herb garden.  Very good choice for a tough, perennial ground cover!

Contains nepetalactone, the active ingredient in catnip that drives cats nuts..

Medicinal: In tea for nervous tension, sleeplessness.  Catmint tea will put you to sleep in short order.  Do not take this if operating a car or machinery!

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Catnip-Nepeta cataria
Catnip-Nepeta cataria
Catnip-Nepeta cataria

Catnip has a well earned reputation for sending cats into states euphoria.  Catnip, a member of the mint family, is a harmless “high” for felines. Although many cats will eat it, scientists say they’re reacting to the smell rather than the taste. Felines bite, chew, rub against, and roll in catnip to release the volatile oil trapped in the leaves. About 80% of adult cats react to this irresistible, intoxicating, analgesic soporific. The tendency to like or ignore catnip is inherited, and it’s true that some cats are immune to its influence.

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Chamomile, Roman
Chamomile, Roman
Chamomile, Roman

Chamomile has been taken for centuries as a digestive tonic. It reduces inflammation, stimulates the appetite and aids insomnia. Acts as a diuretic and nerve tonic. Helpful for colitis, diverticulosis, fever, headaches and pain. Good for menstrual cramps. Useful as a mouthwash for minor mouth and gum infections.

This perennial form is also known as Roman chamomile. Excellent groundcover since it grows only 4 to 12 inches in height. The feathery foliage has an apple scent.   Blooms are white, daisy-like flowers with down-turned petals.

Roman chamomile foliage can be chopped and stirred into butter or sour cream that is used to top baked potatoes.

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Chives, Onion and Garlic
Chives, Onion and Garlic
Chives, Onion and Garlic

The subtle and pleasant taste of chives make them an extremely popular food addition!  Fresh chives, finely chopped, are sprinkled over soups, baked potatoes,  stews, and several sauces.  In mid-Summer, they will also put on quite a show with their abundant, fragrant flowers.  Certainly just as well at home in the flower garden as the herb garden.  Perfect year around windowsill plant, too!

In Chinese cooking, the flat leaves of garlic chives are often used the same way as we use regular chives in our cooking:., sprinkled over foods for extra fragrance and decoration. Garlic chives can be substituted by regular chives, but since regular chives have a weaker flavor, it is worthwhile to grow both so you will always have an ample supply of either one for what ever the recipe calls for.

Onion flavor chives have round leaves.  Garlic flavor have flat leaves.

Available separate, or as a collection

Full sun

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Feverfew
Feverfew
Feverfew

Feverfew is an herb. The leaves are used by herbalists to make medicine.  It is also a very ornamental perennial.

Feverfew has many uses, including preventing migraine headaches in some people.
Feverfew is also said to be effective for fever, irregular menstrual periods, arthritis, a skin disorder called psoriasis, allergies, asthma, ringing in the ears (tinnitus), dizziness, and nausea and vomiting.

Some people use feverfew for difficulty getting pregnant or fathering a child (infertility). It is also used for “tired blood” (anemia), cancer, common cold, earache, liver disease, prevention of miscarriage, muscular tension, bone disorders, swollen feet, diarrhea, upset stomach and intestinal gas.  Feverfew is sometimes applied directly to the gums for toothaches or to the skin to kill germs.

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Horehound
Horehound
Horehound

The key ingredient for making old-fashioned Horehound candy.

This tough Perennial herb has attractive, fuzzy gray foliage.   Zones 4-9

Most used for flavoring honey and candy.

Has a rich history in medicine. Horehound candy is also used to  treat coughs, sore throat.

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Horseradish Potted Plants
Horseradish Potted Plants
Horseradish Potted Plants

Horseradish is a perennial vegetable/herb grown for its pungent roots, which are used to spice up a variety of dishes from roast beef to cocktail sauce, and more. The leaves can also be eaten, when young and tender, but should not be eaten by animals. There are also many medicinal uses for horseradish.  While normally available as root pieces to plant, we are offering potted, established plants to get you growing this popular herb quick and easy.

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Lemon Balm
Lemon Balm
Lemon Balm

Sweet lemon-mint scent!  Easy to grow in moist, well-drained fertile soil.  Prefers full sun.  Mature height:  18-26″.  Space 12″.

Perennial herb Zones 4-9.  A protective mulch is suggested where winter temps drop below 0

Use the fresh leaves for tea and salads. 

Traditional medicinal uses: Foliage used for colds, flu, depression, headache, indigestion. Sedative. Antiviral.

15-30 days to harvest from potted plants.

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Mint, Apple
Mint, Apple
Mint, Apple

This hardy perennial is a very robust grower. Apple Mint has interesting light green leaves. They are somewhat hairy on the upper surface and downy underneath, with serrated edges. They can grow up to 3 feet high, but may be kept lower.

Grow Apple Mint in full sun to light shade. Feed them heavily in late summer to guarantee healthy growth the following spring. Apple Mint will survive in dry soil, but will do much better in moist, fertile ground. Cut back or mow down the Mint patch 2 or 3 times a year to encourage fresh growth. Cut the stems even with the ground and throw out the long, woody stems. Strip off and dry whole leaves for potpourris. Save the top 2 to 3 sets of leaves for fresh use and garnishes. Apple Mint’s fragrance may vary in strength; the mild apple flavor doesn’t sustain well in dried leaves.

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Mint, Chocolate
Mint, Chocolate
Mint, Chocolate

Tastes like a Peppermint Patty.  Distinct hint of chocolate flavor and aroma. If you are a coffee lover, place a sprig in the bottom of your mug and pour hot coffee over it and let steep for a few minutes.  Great stuff!  Or try using it finely chopped and added to chocolate sauces, frostings, or ice creams for a refreshing minty flavor.

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Mint, Kentucky Colonel Spearmint
Mint, Kentucky Colonel Spearmint
Mint, Kentucky Colonel Spearmint

THE MOJITO MINT!  Commercially grown for Mint Juleps, Mojitos, and spearmint flavoring.  Large, dark green, slightly crinkly leaves.  Kentucky Colonel is a reliably hardy, strongly flavored spearmint that is favored by many herb growers.   OUR MOST POPULAR MINT!

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Mint, Orange
Mint, Orange
Mint, Orange

Also called Eau de Cologne mint, similar to the bergamot orange used to flavor Earl Grey tea.  It makes a wonderful addition to iced tea, fruit desserts, and pot pourris.

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Mint, Spearmint
Mint, Spearmint
Mint, Spearmint

Classic Spearmint

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Oregano, Greek-Hot & Spicy
Oregano, Greek-Hot & Spicy
Oregano, Greek-Hot & Spicy

Tiny, dark green leaves with white flowers. Spicy-oregano zest!   Reliable perennial herb.

 Immediate use from potted plants.

Best in full sun. mature height: 8-24″. Spacing: 12″. Perennial  Zones 4-9.

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Oregano, Sicilian
Oregano, Sicilian
Oregano, Sicilian

True perennial Italian Sicilian oregano.   Nice oregano aroma; great for pizza and Italian cooking. Dark green leaves with white flowers. Traditional medicinal uses: In tea for indigestion.  Easy to start from seed.  Reliable perennial herb.

80-90 days to harvest when started indoors from seed.  Immediate use from potted plants.

Best in full sun. mature height: 8-24″. Spacing: 12″. Perennial  Zones 4-9.

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Sage, Garden
Sage, Garden
Sage, Garden
Hardy perennial. 
Zones 5-9 
Sun to Part Shade. 
16-30″ height.  Space 12″-18″. 
Edible leaves and flowers: garnish, cook in rice, egg or cheese dishes.   Classic herb for stuffing.
Tough and hardy perennial herb.
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Thyme, English
Thyme, English
Thyme, English
No herb garden is complete without English thyme! One of the hardier Thymes, these highly fragrant plants will produce large quantities of aromatic, tiny leaves that can be used either fresh or dried.
Zones 5-10. Zone 4 with protection. 
Tough and hardy perennial herb.
 
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Thyme, Winter (German)
Thyme, Winter (German)
Thyme, Winter (German)
The standard winter-hardy thyme. Bright green when young maturing to a nice blue-green.  Good flavor and yield. 
One of the hardier Thymes, these highly fragrant plants will produce large quantities of aromatic, tiny leaves that can be used either fresh or dried.
Zones 5-10. Zone 4 with protection. 
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