(Egyptian privet) The world's most popular dye plant for thousands of years. It does not damage hair even when used for years, and covers white and grey hair. A shrubby desert plant native to North Africa and the Middle East, henna has naturalized to...
Growing Licorice is very beneficial to your garden. Its use is associated with longevity, mainly helping to relieve chronic gastric issues and respiratory symptoms. Chinese Licorice produces long pinnate branches, broad leaves, and clusters of lupin-like...
Bears sweet; juicy, highly flavoured fruits, in a fine balance between acid, sugar and pectin. Eaten fresh, or in jellies, preserves and pastes. Shrub or small tree. A sunny window suits this plant well.
One of four herbs in the Essiac anti-cancer formula. Useful for skin diseases, including eczema. Recent medical evidence supports folkloric use for tumours. Roots of this common wildplant are said to have “blood-purifying” properties.
Old timers still call it "squaw corn" and remember making a porridge out of it during the cold winter months. This corn can be roasted and then added to salads, and young ears can be roasted or boiled.
Good spicy flavour. A spectacular refinement of bush basil from Italy where the variety is known as (“very fine green, like a ball or globe”). Forms dense globular little bushes 50-70cm/20-28” across so perfectly uniform they look pruned.
The same studies showed that testosterone levels rise significantly with treatment. The leaves produce a tingling sensation when eaten fresh like cress. Recent animal studies have confirmed that improves penile erection and sexual desire, and that the...
The red colour, crisp, crunchy texture, and slightly bitter taste add distinction to any green salad. (Red endive) Grows like Belgian endive. Rootstocks produce compact rounded heads of purplish red foliage when being forced after fall harvest of roots.
Important medicinally for its calming effect. Tall growing vine, ideal for covering antenna towers. Only seeds may be imported into the U.S. (plants not permitted). Seeds will yield a mixture of male and female plants.
Ease of Germination: Difficult/Special Treatment Required
Under study as a potential booster of the immune system. Showy American native with blue-violet flower spikes and majestic, upright growth habit. Used by Amerindians as a purgative, emetic, and anti-inflammatory.
Gaining a well-deserved reputation as a highly effective remedy for colds and flus. Very similar to American elder in appearance and used in the same ways. (Common Elderberry) Source of fruit for elderberry wine, pie and jelly, possesses extraordinary...
Experiment inside as well as outside. Start your own herb garden, indoors, outdoors, on your kitchen counter top or on your window sill. Quality and quantity guarantee: Each Packet comes with lots of seed, grow herbs indoors and outdoors.
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Thought to have a carminative and anti-spasmodic effect, ajmud is traditionally used against intestinal upset, asthma and bronchitis. Native to India and cultivated extensively in southeast Asia as well, the seeds are similar to caraway.
Ht. 1-1.5m/3-5ft. This is the true that is cultivated and used in India, and is completely different from what is commonly sold in America incorrectly under the same name. Commercial source of camphor.