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Arugula / Roquette

$2.99

Herb Description and Taste

Arugula is a member of the Mustard family. It’s has a peppery taste and is often used in raw salads or cooking,

The leaves taste best when young, 6 to 8 weeks after planting. Older leaves can be tougher and will have more of a bite!

Arugula is low maintenance. It enjoys the sun and its soil to be moist not soggy.

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Basil – large leaf Genovese (sweet basil)

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Herb Description and Taste

 

It’s the most common variety of basil with a wonderful spicy aroma.  It is typically used in pesto and tomato-based dishes.

Plant in a sunny area and keep soil moist.  Pruning off the tallest flowers as soon as possible will encourage foliage growth and keep the plant going strong. The leaves should be picked when the plant reaches 6 to 8 inches tall. When harvest early in the morning, the leaves are juicer.

We carry the most common types of basil

Sweet basil

Purple basil (less sweet than common basil)

Lemon basil (lemon flavor)

Thai basil (licorice flavor)

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Basil lemon

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Herb Description and Taste

 

This variety has a strong citrus fragrance.

Plant in a sunny area and keep soil moist.  Pruning off the tallest flowers as soon as possible will encourage foliage growth and keep the plant going strong. The leaves should be picked when the plant reaches 6 to 8 inches tall. When harvest early in the morning, the leaves are juicer because it’s when the concentration of aromatic oils are at their highest.

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Basil purple

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Herb Description and Taste

 

Purple basil offers a slightly spicy flavor, sweet and spicy – like notes reminiscent of cinnamon and licorice. It got its name from its deeply colored leaves. The curled purple large toothed leaves can grow 3 inches in length and have a ruffled appearance.

Plant in a sunny area and keep soil moist.  Pruning off the tallest flowers as soon as possible will encourage foliage growth and keep the plant going strong. The leaves should be picked when the plant reaches 6 to 8 inches tall. When harvest early in the morning, the leaves are juicer because it’s when the concentration of aromatic oils are at their highest.

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Basil small leaf (Greek basil)

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Herb Description and Taste

Fragrant variety with the leaves curved upwards and more elongated.

Plant in a sunny area and keep soil moist.  Pruning off the tallest flowers as soon as possible will encourage foliage growth and keep the plant going strong. The leaves should be picked when the plant reaches 6 to 8 inches tall. When harvest early in the morning, the leaves are juicer because it’s when the concentration of aromatic oils are at their highest.

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Basil Thai

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Herb Description and Taste

 Thai Basil, has a spicy flavor similar to that of licorice. It has tin green leaves and purple flowers on red-purple stems.

 Plant in a sunny area and keep soil moist.  Pruning off the tallest flowers as soon as possible will encourage foliage growth and keep the plant going strong. The leaves should be picked when the plant reaches 6 to 8 inches tall. When harvest early in the morning, the leaves are juicer because it’s when the concentration of aromatic oils are at their highest.

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Celery root

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Herb Description and Taste

 

Celery root also known as celeriac is a root vegetable closely related to celery, parsley and parsnips. When growing, the leaves and stalk of the plant resembles the celery. Its taste has a nutty, earthy, and slightly sweet flavor with notes of celery and parsley.

Monitor the soil regularly to make sure it’s moist. Snap off any lateral leaf shoots to get a smooth crown. Towards the end of July, remove some of the outer leaves to make the root grow larger and smoother, then I cover it with soil or mulch to keep it blanched and tender.

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Chamomile

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Herb Description and Taste

 

Chamomile varieties have an aromatic, sweet, apple-like fragrance. Its flowers (similar in appearance to daisies) have a mild, subtly sweet, herbaceous, and earthy flavor. The leaves are also edible and may contain a slightly bitter and grassy taste.

It grows best in cool conditions and should be planted in part shade but will also grow in full sun. The soil should be dry.

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Chervil

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Herb Description and Taste

 

A member of the carrot family, chervil offers a mild, sweet licorice or anise flavor.

Chervil is one of the four ingredients in ‘fines herbes’, it also includes parsley, chives, and tarragon. To make your own, combine equal amounts, minced.

Moist, fertile soil and high shade suit chervil best

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Chives

$2.99

Herb Description and Taste

 

The two species of chives commonly grown in home gardens are common chives and garlic chives

 Chives are member of the onion family. The edible, flavorful flowers may be white, pink, purple, or red, depending on variety.

  • full sun, though they will tolerate light shade.
  • Soil needs to be moist, fertile, rich, and well-draining
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Chives garlic

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Herb Description and Taste

 

The two species of chives commonly grown in home gardens are common chives and garlic chives

 Chives are member of the onion family. The edible flowers are white, and are larger and less densely-clustered than those of common chives.

  •  full sun, though they will tolerate light shade.
  • Soil needs to be moist, fertile, rich, and well-draining
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Coriander / Cilantro

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Herb Description and Taste

 CILANTRO VS. CORIANDER

Cilantro and coriander are different parts of the same plant.

Cilantro, usually refers to the leaves of the plant, which are used as an herb.

Coriander refers to the seeds, which are typically ground and used as a spice.

This herb is used to flavor many recipes and the entire plant is edible, though the leaves and seeds are used most often.

  • Once the plants are established, they do not need as much water per week. Keep them moist, but be careful not to overwater them.
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Coriander Vietnamese

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Herb Description and Taste

Its taste and fragrance evoke coriander and lemongrass.

Give it full sun and don’t overwater! Also avoid over-fertilizing. Too much fertilizer will result in a lot of growth, but less flavor.

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Dill

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Herb Description and Taste

 Dill is in the celery family. It has a flavor likened to the combination of anise, parsley, and celery with a mild lemon finish.

  • Plant in full sun
  • Water the plants freely during the growing season, ensuring that they don’t dry
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Eucalyptus

$2.99

Herb Description and Taste

Plant in full sun in well drained, moderately rich soil. Not edible.

Here’s how to make full use of eucalyptus

  • Air freshner
  • Linen sachets
  • Homemade potpourri
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Geranium lemon freshum (large leaves)

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Herb Description and Taste

The leaves and flowers of scented geraniums are edible. Thanks to the essential oils in their leaves, they lend not only decorative touches but also a fine aroma to meat dishes, salads and desserts. Varieties with a lemon aroma add zest to salads, sorbets or tea.

Many grow near streams in their native habitats, but generally ‘less is more’ is a good guideline for watering these plants. They do not like to be damp at all.

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Lavender

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Herb Description and Taste

Both the flowers and leaves can be eaten and have a pleasant yet slightly bitter flavor. Lavender is most often used as a condiment, added to dishes to enhance the flavor, just like a spice.

The plant is not picky and will survive in a wide range of soil, even poor soil. Its main requirements are lots of sun and also good drainage.

  • Water once or twice a week after planting until plants are established. Water mature plants every two to three weeks until buds form, then once or twice weekly until harvest.
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Lavender Spanish

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Herb Description and Taste

Spanish lavender is often used in cooking. Its essential oils can also be harvested for soaps, perfumes and lotions, according to the University of Arkansas Division of Agriculture

Your Spanish lavender will not need a lot of water and will tolerate droughts well.

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Lemon balm

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Herb Description and Taste

Lemon balm is in the mint family. Lemon balm is a strong, aromatic herb used commonly to infused oils, teas, syrups and sauces. Fresh leaves reveal a sweet lemon zest taste with a hint of mint

Lemon balm plants will grow in part shade to full sun, but flourish best in full sun. Water deeply enough to saturate the roots, and then allow the top of the soil to dry slightly before watering again, as soggy soil may cause the plant to rot.

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Lemongrass

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Herb Description and Taste

Lemongrass is used fresh or dried to add lemony zing to Thai dishes and hot tea.

 It likes it hot, so grow it in an area with full sun and fertile, well-drained soil

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Marjoram

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Herb Description and Taste

Marjoram is a shrub-like herb that looks very similar to oregano, so similar in fact, that the two are often mistaken for each other. It has a sweet flavor. The sweetness is mixed with hints of pine and citrus.

  • Water regularly, but do not overwater.
  • Keep plants trimmed by cutting the leaves throughout the growing season.
  • When flower buds appear, cut the plants back low to the ground to stimulate new growth.
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Mint peppermint

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Herb Description and Taste

Peppermint is an aromatic plant, created from the blending of watermint and spearmint. It is used to add flavor or fragrance to foods, cosmetics, soaps, toothpastes, mouthwashes, and other products

Mint plants need about 1 to 2 inches of water every week, depending on the conditions.

  • Full sun to part shade
  • moist climate with well-draining
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Mint chocolate

$2.99

Herb Description and Taste

Chocolate mint is a variety of mint that has nuances of chocolate in both fragrance and flavor.

Mint plants need about 1 to 2 inches of water every week, depending on the conditions. This includes both rain and your supplemental watering.

  • Regular pinching and division keeps chocolate mint healthy.
  • Full sun to part shade
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Mint mojito

$2.99

Herb Description and Taste

This mint, rather than spearmint, gives the authentic mojito taste. Mojito Mint has a much milder flavor. While recipes call for any available variety of Spearmint, the real mojito can only be made with the true Mojito Mint.

Mint plants need about 1 to 2 inches of water every week, depending on the conditions. This includes both rain and your supplemental watering.

  • Full sun to part shade

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