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Dianthus SWEETIE PIE / 1 gallon

$13.99

Semi-double true pink flowers with a darker pink centre are abundantly produced on the top of a low mound of silvery blue-green foliage. Blooms early summer. Mounded habit. 10″ tall x 12-14″ spread. Full Sun. Zone 4

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Coreopsis Red Elf (lil’ Bang) / 1 gallon

$12.49

Deep red, bright yellow center, green foliage, moderate growth rate, blooms early to late summer, .75-1 feet tall x 1-1.5 feet wide, full sun. Zone 5

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Parsley curly

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Herb Description and Taste

Parsley is in the dill family

It has ruffled leaves and Italian parsley has flat leaves. In general, flat-leaf parsley has a more robust flavor, while the curly variety is associated with decoration.

  • full-sun and part-sun
  • Although parsley grows its best in moist soil, it is relatively drought-tolerant.
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Mint mojito

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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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Rudbeckia x. AMERICAN GOLD RUSH / 1 gallon

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A massive show of golden yellow blooms wit black centres are produced from July to September. Compact habit. 18-24″ tall x 18-24″ spread. Full sun. Zone 4

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Hosta tokudama FLAVOCIRCINALIS / 1gallon

$18.49

Blue green, cream yellow margin, dull cupped corrugated leaves with wide irregular margin, moderate growth rate, near white funnel blooms, blooms mid to late summer, 1.5 feet tall x 4 feet wide, full sun to full shade. Zone 3

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Coreopsis JETHRO TULL / 1 gallon

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(Tickseed)
Gold, deep green foliage, moderate growth rate, blooms early to late summer, 1-1.5 feet tall x 1-1.5 feet wide, full sun. Zone 4

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Thyme English

$2.99

Herb Description and Taste

Thyme is a member of the mint family. Fresh thyme has a pronounced, concentrated herbal flavor with sharp grass, wood, and floral notes (like lavender and rosemary).

It comes in over fifty varieties with different fragrances and flavors. Fresh or English thyme are used most often in cooking.

  • Plant thyme in well-drained soil
  • growing area with plenty of sunlight. …
  • Most varieties of thyme are drought-resistant, so only give a thorough watering, when the soil is completely dry.
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Sage

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Herb Description and Taste

Sage is part of the mint family. Sage has a pronounced herbal flavor that is earthy, slightly peppery taste with hints of mint, eucalyptus, and lemon.

Water plants regularly, especially during dry spells, but avoid overwatering as sage hates wet roots. Pruning plants after flowering helps to maintain an attractive shape and encourages lots of new growth.

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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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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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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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