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Eleonora Basil Organic
Prices start at : 21.45 USD / Sold Out

Germinates at temperatures between 60-75°F. Plant well after frost when weather has stabilized. A rapid-growing variety, we found that planting a new crop every few weeks will give you continual harvests.
  • Annual: Yes
  • Soil Temp. for Trans.: 60-80°F
  • Seeds per gram: ≈ 750-900
  • Min. Germ.: 75%
  • Seed Depth: 1/4"
  • Soil Temp for Germ.: 70-85°F
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Missouri
Chives Conventional & Organic
Prices start at : 2.65 USD / 1/2 gram

Small seeds (thyme, savory, marjoram, oregano) can be gently pressed onto surface of the soil—don't cover or bury seed. Harvest when blooms are just beginning to appear; at this point the leaves contain the highest level of essential oils.
  •  Culinary
  •  Perennial
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Hops
Prices start at : 4.25 USD / Seeds / pkt

Important medicinally for its calming effect. Only seeds may be imported into the U.S. (plants not permitted). Seeds will yield a mixture of male and female plants. Well known flavouring for beer.
  • Ease of Germination: Difficult/Special Treatment Required
  • Uses: Medicinal/Beverage/Industrial
  • Duration: Perennial
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Lycium barbarum
Prices start at : 52.95 USD / 1 Ounce Package

Extra sweet and super nutritious, Goji berry plants produce a valuable harvest you can freeze, dry, juiceand of course, eat raw like a blueberry or cranberry. With its purple flowers, attractive foliage and bright berries, Goji berry plants make a wonderful...
  •  USDA Zones 3-9.
  •  Perennial; Grows up to 10 Ft Tall.
  •  Uses: Culinary, Medicinal, Tea, Ornamental.
  • Name: Goji
  • Life Cycle: Perennial
  • Uses: Culinary / Medicinal
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Moringa
Prices start at : 4.25 USD / Seeds / pkt

It helps to protect the brain, the liver and the cardiovascular system. (Horseradish tree; Drumstick tree) Small tree native to India and Arabia and widely cultivated throughout the tropics.
  • Uses: Culinary/Medicinal
  • Botanical Name: Moringa oleifera
  • Ease of Germination: Moderate
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Missouri
New Zealand Spinach
Prices start at : 2.75 USD / Seeds / pkt

In fact, the more they are picked, the more they produce. Unlike ordinary spinach, its spreading branches produce succulent leaves and stemtips of very fine flavour throughout the season, long after all other varieties finish.
  • Botanical Name: Tetragonia tetragonioides
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Missouri
Waterpepper
Prices start at : 3.75 USD / Seeds / pkt

Served on sashimi (sliced raw fish), tempura, and sushi. This herb has lots of potential for experimentation! (Azabu-tade; Cultivated smartweed) Popular Japanese herb used for sushi.
  • Uses: Culinary
  • Botanical Name: Polygonum hydropiper 'Fastigiatum'
  • Ease of Germination: Easy
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Missouri
White Prairie-Clover
Prices start at : 3.25 USD / Seeds / pkt

The leaves were used for teas. The roots were regarded by the Navajo and Pawnee Indians as a ‘life medicine' and a panacea. Navajo remedy for stomachache, abdominal pain, diarrhea and fever.
  • Uses: Medicinal
  • Duration: Perennial
  • Botanical Name: Dalea candida
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Missouri
Mimosa Tree
Prices start at : 3.75 USD / Seeds / pkt

It is gaining a reputation among western herbalists as a fast and highly effective treatment for depression, anxiety, insomnia, poor memory and irritability. Prefers full sun and is drought tolerant.
  • Uses: Medicinal
  • Ease of Germination: Easy
  • Botanical Name: Albizia julibrissin
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Missouri
Finissimo Verde A Palla Basil
Prices start at : 2.75 USD / 1/4 gram

Perfect for culinary purposes, in window boxes, beds and borders. Best results are obtained when the seeds are kept warm and moist for 2 weeks followed by temperatures of 33-35°F for 4-6 weeks or until germination starts.
  •  Culinary
  •  Annual
  • Min. Germ.: 75%
  • Seed Life: 3 years
  • Seeds per gram: ≈ 750-900
  • Soil Temp for Germ.: 70-85°F
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Missouri
Henna
Prices start at : 2.75 USD / Seeds / pkt

The white and pink flowers are very fragrant, and are used in the production of perfumes. A shrubby desert plant native to North Africa and the Middle East, henna has naturalized to areas of similar climate, including Australia and the West Indies.
  • When to Sow: Spring/Anytime
  • Ease of Germination: Moderate
  • Uses: Medicinal/Aromatic
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Missouri
Mu Zei Ma Huang
Prices start at : 7.25 USD / Seeds / pkt

Has higher total saponins, including the various forms of ephedrine. Requires full sun and well drained, sandy loam. (Chinese ephedra) In Chinese medicine this species is considered equivalent to and is used for the same purposes.
  • When to Sow: Spring/Late Summer/Early Fall
  • Botanical Name: Ephedra equisetina
  • Duration: Perennial
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Love-Lies-Bleeding
Prices start at : 2.75 USD / Seeds / pkt

Spectacular drooping pink-rose flower spikes.
  • Botanical Name: Amaranthus caudatus
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Missouri
Oxlip
Prices start at : 4.25 USD / Seeds / pkt

Attracts butterflies. Excellent for colds and coughs. Charming European yellow wildflower similar to cowslip but larger. Root tea stops catarrh and acts to expel phlegm.
  • Uses: Medicinal
  • Ease of Germination: Easy
  • Duration: Perennial
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Missouri
Pascal Celery
Prices start at : 2.75 USD / Seeds / pkt

Named after Henri Pascal who discovered the first plants in his celery field in 1884, the variety was improved upon by Vilmorin, the French seed company. Added at the last minute, the fresh-chopped leaves add a seductive nutty flavour to soups, stews,...
  • Uses: Culinary/Medicinal
  • When to Sow: Spring
  • Ease of Germination: Easy
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Missouri
Dark Opal, Basil Seeds
Prices start at : 2.25 USD / Packet

An great purple basil for micro greens! Mostly purple plants, with 20% variegated or green plants make a great color combo. 1 1/2-3″ at full size.
  • Weight: N/A
  • Seeds Per Gram: 779
  • Sow Method: TransplantDirect Sow
  • Size: Packet
  • Sow Depth: 1/4"
  • Seeds Per Pound: 348,800
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Missouri
Siberian Cocklebur
Prices start at : 3.75 USD / Seeds / pkt

Also used for pain of the extremities, sciatic neuralgia, ezcema and itching. Thorn-covered berries harvested in autumn all over China. Chinese herb used traditionally to treat headache and to nasal congestion.
  • Botanical Name: Xanthium sibiricum
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Missouri
Lemon Bergamot
Prices start at : 4.25 USD / Seeds / pkt

Young foliage is strongly lemon-scented and excellent in tea. Attractive native of the American southwest with pink-purple flowers. Leaves used by Hopi Indians to flavour wild game.
  • Botanical Name: Monarda citriodora
  • When to Sow: Spring
  • Duration: Annual
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Missouri
Tronchuda Kale
Prices start at : 3.25 USD / Seeds / pkt

(Couve tronchuda; Portuguese kale)
  • Botanical Name: Brassica oleracea 'Tronchuda'
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Missouri
Cruiser Coriander/ Cilantro
Prices start at : 2.95 USD / 1 gram

Small seeds (thyme, savory, marjoram, oregano) can be gently pressed onto surface of the soil—don't cover or bury seed. Harvest when blooms are just beginning to appear; at this point the leaves contain the highest level of essential oils.
  •  Culinary
  •  Annual
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Missouri
Anise Basil
Prices start at : 3.25 USD / Seeds / pkt

(Licorice basil) Originally from Persia, this gem has an endearing sweet anise fragrance and flavour. Purplish foliage.
  • When to Sow: Spring/Anytime
  • Uses: Culinary/Medicinal/Beverage/Aromatic/Industrial
  • Ease of Germination: Easy
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Missouri
Long Island Mammoth Dill
Prices start at : 2.25 USD / 2 grams

Herbs feed the palate and the soul! They add color and contrast to the landscape, perfume our homes, heal our wounds, and tantalize our taste buds. Harvest at peak maturity, hang small bunches from ceiling in a dry, warm (80-90°F), dark location with...
  •  Culinary
  •  Annual
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Missouri
De Arbol Chile Pepper
Prices start at : 2.50 USD / Seeds / pkt

Use powdered for sauces, soups, stews. Cayenne type, 5-7cm/2-3” long, 5-7mm across. Heat: 15,000-30,000 Scoville units.
  • Duration: Annual
  • When to Sow: Spring
  • Uses: Culinary/Medicinal
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Missouri
Geisha Garlic Chives Conventional & Organic
Prices start at : 2.95 USD / 1/2 gram

Small seeds (thyme, savory, marjoram, oregano) can be gently pressed onto surface of the soil—don't cover or bury seed. Harvest when blooms are just beginning to appear; at this point the leaves contain the highest level of essential oils.
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Missouri
Red Lobelia
Prices start at : 4.25 USD / Seeds / pkt

(Cardinal flower) One of our favourite wildflowers which provides a briliant splash of red color in damp, partially shaded locations. Said to be anthelminthic, nervine and antispasmodic.
  • When to Sow: Spring/Late Summer/Early Fall
  • Uses: Medicinal
  • Botanical Name: Lobelia cardinalis
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Missouri
Chinese Cabbage
Prices start at : 2.50 USD / Seeds / pkt

Tender, crisp leaves are sweet and spicy. Best sown out at mid-summer as heads bolt during hot weather. Tall cylindrical heads are pure white inside. Delicious cooked or served raw.
  • Botanical Name: Brassica rapa (Pekinensis) 'Michihli'
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Missouri
Kagraner Lettuce
Prices start at : 2.50 USD / Seeds / pkt

Butterhead type with loosely folded, succulent, dark green leaves. Our favourite because it is slow to bolt in summer.
  • Botanical Name: Lactuca sativa 'Kagraner'
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Missouri
Monksfruit
Prices start at : 3.75 USD / Seeds / pkt

It is believed to be the reason why an unusual number of people in areas where the herb is grown live to be 100 years. The fruits contain mogrosides, intensely sweet compounds that are as many as 300 times as sweet as sugar.
  • Uses: Medicinal/Culinary/Industrial
  • Ease of Germination: Moderate
  • Duration: Perennial
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Missouri
Cancer Tree
Prices start at : 5.25 USD / Seeds / pkt

It was introduced to America in 1930s and is growing in Florida and Georgia. (Xi Shu, Happy Tree, Tree of Life) Chinese tree with proven anti-cancer properties. Drugs derived from the tree are ringing up sales in excess of $1 billion.
  • Duration: Perennial
  • Uses: Medicinal
  • Botanical Name: Camptotheca acuminata
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Missouri