Organic wheat berries are rich in insoluble fiber. By consuming organic wheat berries, you get a large amount of necessary vitamins and minerals. The content of vitamin E in the berries has a positive effect on the musculoskeletal system and the heart.
Improved digestion. Eating milled or ground flaxseed regularly will also help you lose weight. You can also sprout them, but sprouting flax seeds is difficult and requires a specialized vermiculite medium.
Chinese medicinal herb that looks and grows like a tall grass but isn't. Used in China for 2000 years. It spreads by underground rhizome like grasses, but unlike grasses it has fragrant yellow-white or light purple flowers that open in the evening late...
Try adding chopped young leaves and flowers to salads or summer drinks. Known as the Herb of Gladness for its exhilarating effect. On those sweltering summer days, cool off with iced borage tea, adding honey and lemon juice to taste.
Add flavor to any dish. Cook like a chef with the Organic Culinary Herb collection. Contains 1-pack each of Slow Bolt Cilantro, Genovese Basil, Dill, Italian Flat Leaf Parsley, Thai Basil and Summer Thyme.
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Excellent for seasoning, and for basil vinegar which turns a beautiful red colour. Dark purplish-bronze foliage. Former All-American award winner, famous for its pure dark purple foliage, but in recent years it has become about 25% green.
But when picked green just before frost, the fruits keep for up to 4 months, and the flavour improves with storage. Small round fruited heirloom tomato, yellow with a blush of pink, and a slight peach-like fuzz.
Includes several different varieties of frilly green and red leaf varieties, romaine's and oak-leaf types. A diverse mix of lettuces with contrasting colors and textures for tender, tasty salads fresh from your garden.
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Trellising is optional, and yields up to 50 tomatoes per plant. This semi-determinate Seeds of Change original yields impressive, scarlet red beefsteak tomatoes with rich, perfectly balanced sweet/acid flavor.
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A tall annual or biennial, easy to grow from seeds. It is also considered the number one herb in Chinese medicine for the treatment of infertility. (Yi mu cao) One of the 50 fundamental herbs in Chinese medicine.
An heirloom Italian cultivar with sweet flavour, bright red nicely rounded shape. Very mellow flavour when cooked with mild tasting bright green tops. The interior flesh, when sliced, is beautifully marked in alternating rings of cherry red and creamy...
This ingredient possesses strong anti-bacterial properties that help fight minor infections and inflammation. NOTE that all cruciferous vegetables contain glucoraphanin. They have recently become the object of many studies and scientists determined that...
Tomatillo is the main ingredient of salsa verde. This traditional variety is a mixture of two distinct forms: an upright branching form and a lower, more compact form. For salsas, tomatillos are often used to tone down the hotness of chillies.
The seeds too are edible; when green and immature they have a nice nutty taste and can be cooked or eaten raw though they are a bit of a chore to harvest. (Ye kui) Edible plant with traditional use as a medicinal herb.
Useful for palpitations, irritability and insomnia. (Tan shen; Chinese sage; Red-rooted sage) A most important herb in Chinese medicine. Traditionally used to stabilize the heart and calm the nerves, and to lighten or to remove stagnant blood.
Familiar large yellow sunflowers are a favourite of children. Source of an excellent quality cooking oil. Valued for its highly nutritious seeds eaten roasted or raw. Large seeded variety well filled with meat.
Ht. 75-90cm/30-36". We love it in Elizabeth Hodges´ recipe . We cannot confirm any connection to the island of Corsica, but we like its look anyway. The aroma and flavour are maybe a bit too mild for purists, but for folks unafraid to try something different...