Lemon Star Marigold
Petite yellow flowers with star shapred maroon center with citrusy flavor.
Orange Gem Marigold
Same as Lemon Gem with orange flowers.
Elegant and versatile culinary herb. Aroma is similar to oregano, but sweeter and more balsam-like. Annual.
Roots were once used in the preparation of first version of marshmallows.
More pungent than the Vicks Plant with smooother leaf edges.
Mexican Mint Marigold
Aromatic leaves are a substitute for French Tarragon. Sweet licorice flavor brightens salads and main dishes. Pretty, golden yellow flowers bloom all summer. Grown in the south where tarragon will not grow well..
Edible flower in red, orange and yellow. Prefers poor soil and no fertilizer. Pickled buds used in place of capers.
Medicinal plant from Africa. Used in the South in the 1800's to repel moths from trunks.Hard to propagate. None this year.
Yellow and green leaves, produces panicles of sweet-scented white flowers. Pillows stuffed with the dried leaves are said to induce prophetic dreams. Good moth repellent.
Our Lady's Bedstraw
Leaves are similar to woodruff but smaller. Delicate spreading plant with panicles of yellow flowers. Legendary bedding for the Christ Child in the manager. Also used to curdle milk in the process of cheese making in Europe. Excellent low growing ground cover, as it creates a straw bed under the foliage that deters weeds.
Dry and grind the peppers to make your own paprika.
Italian Flat Leaf Parsley
Great flavor. Flat glossy dark green leaves have a strong parsley/celery flavor. Stiff upright stems for bunching.
Herb from Mexico used much like Cilantro at the end of cooking. Tolerates heat with the milder flavor of newer leaves preferred..Has an arugula, parsley cilantro flavor.Often reseeds.
Grass like cilantro flavored herb which tolerates hot weather and full sun unlike cilantro. Used before Cilantro was introduced by Chinese miners in Chile. My choice over cilantro since cilantro goes to seed so easily in the heat.Sold out. Unable to find seed anywhere at this time.