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Hemerocallis ELEGANT CANDY / 1 gallon

$10.49

Pink, red eye, green throat, 63 cm flowerscapes, 10 cm blooms, fragrant, blooms mid summer, full sun to partial shade, tetraploid, dormant. SMALL. Zone 3

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Hemerocallis DON STEVENS / 1 gallon

$10.49

Yellow, dark red eye, yellow green throat, 80 cm flowerscapes, 14 cm blooms, extended bloom time, blooms mid to late summer, full sun to partial shade, tetraploid, dormant. LARGE. Zone 3

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Hemerocallis DARLING DECEPTION / 1 gallon

$10.49

Lavender pink blend, dark purple eye and edge, green throat, 60 cm flowerscapes, 12 cm blooms, blooms mid summer, full sun to partial shade, tetraploid. LARGE. Zone 3

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Dianthus PASSION / 1 gallon

$13.99

Cherry red, double, grey blue foliage, fragrant, moderate growth rate, blooms late spring to early summer, .50-1 feet tall x 1 feet wide, full sun. Zone 5

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Clemtais paniculata / 2 gallons

$21.99

(Sweet Autumn Clematis)
Pure-white flowers, silvery fluffy seed heads in the fall, vigorous growth, blooms late summer to fall, 20 feet tall, full sun to part shade. Zone 4

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Tarragon French

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Herb Description and Taste

When cooking, use French tarragon. Russian tarragon can easily be mistaken for French, but Russian tarragon is coarser and less flavorful than French tarragon.

  • well-drained soil,
  • grows particularly well in light, sandy soils that are low in nutrients.
  • hates wet conditions
  • prune the plant regularly to prevent flowering
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Swiss chard

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Herb Description and Taste

Swiss chard is a member of the beet family and both its stems and leaves can be eaten cooked or raw. Its leafy green leaves are tender with a bitter taste when eaten raw. Once cooked, the bitterness dissipates, turning into a mild, sweet taste similar to spinach.

  • Chard will tolerate partial sun, but grows best in full sun.
  • Ensure that your soil is well-draining and rich by mixing in compost before planting.
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Stevia

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Herb Description and Taste

Stevia tastes sweet. The sweet taste comes from naturally occurring compounds within the stevia plant, called steviol glycosides. Stevia is an all-natural alternative to processed sugar with little to no calories.

Use fresh or dried stevia leaves to sweeten tea. Add one small bit of leaf to hot water in combination with your other tea herbs to add a natural, earthy sweetness. Stevia will not steep in cold water so the water must be warm in order to release the sweetness.

  • Grow this sun-loving plantin an area that gets plenty of light and has rich, well-drained soil
  • Water once the top inch of soil becomes dry, but don’t let the soil become soggy.
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Savory summer

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Herb Description and Taste

Summer savory is among the best known of the savory genus. It is an annual, but otherwise is similar in use and flavor to the perennial winter savory. It is used more often than winter savory, which has a slightly more bitter flavor.

Savory belongs to the mint family. Summer savory has a hot, peppery flavor, while winter savory is earthier and more subdued. Both have notes of marjoram, thyme, and mint.

  • full sun
  • well-drained
  • Pick leaves as needed, and cut back if the plants begin to appear leggy.
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Savory perennial

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Herb Description and Taste

Summer savory is among the best known of the savory genus. It is an annual, but otherwise is similar in use and flavor to the perennial winter savory. It is used more often than winter savory, which has a slightly more bitter flavor.

Savory belongs to the mint family. Summer savory has a hot, peppery flavor, while winter savory is earthier and more subdued. Both have notes of marjoram, thyme, and mint.

  • full sun
  • well-drained
  • Pick leaves as needed, and cut back if the plants begin to appear leggy.
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Sage purple

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Herb Description and Taste

A member of the mint family. Purple sage offers the same complex aroma and flavor as common sage, a taste reminiscent of rosemary and pine with a bit of citrus.

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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Oregano Greek

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Herb Description and Taste

Oregano, a plant from the mint family

Greek oregano tends to be the most savory and earthy, while Italian is milder

Despite the shared name and similar flavors, these are two completely different species. … Oregano from these areas is robust in flavor, though different varieties may be more bitter, sweet, or peppery than others. Full sun

 Do not overwater oregano. Water thoroughly only after the soil is dry to the touch.

  • Allow oregano plants to grow to about 4 inches tall and then pinch or trim lightly to encourage a denser and bushier plant.
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