Arugula (Eruca Sativa) - Grow Arugula seeds for a rich, peppery tasting leafy green that makes excellent salads. The Arugula herb is also known as rocket, salad rocket, roquette, rugula, and rucola. Roquette Arugula is generally used raw in salads, but also cooked as a vegetable with pastas or meats for a delicious taste like spinach.
Blessed Thistle (Cnicus Benedictus) - Blessed Thistle seeds are grown as a medicinal herb. The herb is native to the Mediterranean area and has been used for centuries as a cure-all herb. The Blessed Thistle plant is an attractive annual that is freely branching with toothed leaves that have spines.
Catnip (Nepeta Cataria) - Catnip seeds produce both attractive and beneficial plants for the garden. The Catnip herb attracts the good animals into the garden and keeps the pests away! Irresistible to cats and bees, it is a spreading, carefree joy in the bed or herb garden, blooming all summer with fragrant flowers and foliage.
Cilantro (Coriandrum Sativum Santo) - Grow Cilantro seeds for this annual herb with an unmistakable strong scent and taste that has become the staple ingredient in salsa and other Mexican dishes. A member of the carrot family, Coriandrum Sativum Cilantro, grows easily from herb seeds, and it produces a flat, parsley-like leaf, and round herb seeds.
Germander (Teucrium Chamaedris) - The woody perennial can be grown from Germander seeds! It's a wonderful addition for the herb garden, making the perfect border plant. It can be trimmed like a hedge. Germander, or also called Wall Germander, has a history of medicinal uses and is used in the manufacture of liqueurs, vermouths, and tonic wines.
Lemon Balm (Melissa Odorata) - Start Lemon Balm seeds and grow the soothing, aromatic herb right on the windowsill! Lemon Balm's most popular use is in soothing herbal teas, where its lemon-scented volatile oils are released. Chopped fresh leaves are also good in salads, soups and stews.
Peppermint (Mentha Piperita) - Peppermint seeds are easy to grow and the mature herb plant is pretty easy to identify by its dark green to purplish leaves. This herb typically grows around 24 inches tall or more, and consists of purplish, square stems and oblong purplish leaves with pointed tips, distinct veins, and toothed edges.
Rosemary (Rosemarinus Officinalis) - An easy to grow perennial herb that enhances many foods including breads, vegetables and meats. It is also attractive and great to use for landscaping. Grow Rosemary from herb seeds to create a lovely garden or container herb plant that is highly resistant to deer, drought and pests.
Sage (Salvia Officinalis) - The Sage herb is an excellent ground cover for edging sidewalks or garden pathways where its attractive foliage and flowers can be appreciated. Many people also dry sage for creating aromatic wreaths and dried flower arrangements. It's such a versatile plant, growing in a rock garden or bordering an herb garden and so easy to start from Sage seeds.
Spearmint (Mentha Spicata) - Sweetly aromatic, Spearmint, can be used in both cooking and in potpourri and other fragrant decorative items. Spearmint herb is used to make mint jellies and sauces and of course, tea! Spearmint also has medicinal benefits as well. It is a wonderful addition for the garden that can easily be started with Spearmint herb seeds.
Thyme (Thymus Vulgaris) - Grown from Thyme seeds, this plant produces small gray-green leaves and tiny summer blooms. It is not only attractive in the perennial border or herb garden, but it also attracts birds, bees and butterflies to the garden as well. It is also commonly referred to as Garden Thyme or English Thyme.
- • Artemisia Seeds
- • Basil Seeds
- • Borage Seeds
- • Chamomile Seeds
- • Chives Seeds
- • Cumin Seeds
- • Gentian Seeds
- • Lavender Seeds
- • Mustard Seeds
- • Oregano Seeds
- • Plantain Seeds
- • Purslane Seeds
- • Savory Seeds
- • Stevia Seeds
- • Swiss Chard Seeds
- • Vaccinium Seeds
- • Woodruff Seeds