Anise is used in a variety of dishes, including mulled wines and fragrant teas.
Makes a wonderful tea, but also has medicinal uses! Average: 50 days
A gracious host for the Monarch Butterfly caterpillars, the root of this plant has many medicinal purposes!
Famous for its use in Chia Pets, this herb seed also gives many health benefits. The plant, which derives from the mint family, has fuzzy, dark green leaves. Often used by ancient Aztec warriors as a basic survival ration! Average: 110 days
Named after an 18th century doctor who promoted this perennial as a digestive aid, this striking plant will make a beautiful addition to any garden or landscape! Average: Varies
The taste of freshly ground cumin is far superior to store bought. Easy to grow! Average: 110 days
Slow to bolt - excellent flavor! Average: 70 days
Used medicinally by herbalists the world over! Average: 46 days
Leaves may be brewed into a tea with soothing and medicinal properties for colds, flu, sore throat, bruises, and burns! Average: 50 days
A wonderfully scented wildflower that can also brew a refreshing cup of tea! Average: 80 days
Best known for its use in tea. Herbalists claim it as an effective headache remedy, great for insomnia and both calms and strengthens the nervous system! Average: Varies
Oregano is a very popular pizza herb, widely used in Italian, Greek and Mexican cooking! Average: 80 days
Catnip is good for cats and people too! Average: 70 days
Used for a relaxing fine flavored tea and as a gentle sleep aid. Leaves and flowers are antiseptic! Average: 60 days
Popular for use in herbal tea, cooking and potpourri! Average: 85 days
High yielding and slow to bolt! Average: 50 days
Mammoth Dill is a garden favorite for its fresh flavor and health benefits. It may also attract butterflies to your garden!
English Thyme adds flavor and variety to your home cooking. Average: 70 Days
Garlic Chives grow up to 12" tall and produce attractive white flowers, great for your herb garden! Average: 80 days
The fresh flavor of Genovese Basil livens up your food supply. Grow Organic Genovese Basil using 100% heirloom, non-hybrid and non-GMO seeds from Patriot Seeds.
Our Organic Herb Italian Oregano seeds are 100% heirloom, non-GMO, and are friendly to most growing regions.
Among its many uses, Lavender is used for drying for use in sachets and potpourris and is also popular in perfumes! Average: 60 days
Lemon Balm has great uses in medicinal, culinary, teas, and potpourris! Average: 90 days
Rich flavor with Organic, Heirloom Goodness! Average: 60 days
Broadleaf (Common) Sage has been grown for centuries for its medicinal and culinary properties. Average: 75 days
Chives give a fresh, slightly spicy flavor to a variety of dishes. Average: 80 days
Easy to grow with many uses! Average: 65 days
Keep herbs fresher, longer! Allowing you to store one to three bunches of fresh herbs, such as parsley, cilantro, oregano and many more for up to three weeks in the refrigerator.
Red Garnet Amaranth is a versatile and healthy plant that provides edible greens and seeds which can be eaten raw or cooked. Average: 100-150
The Oswego Indians first introduced wild bergamot to American colonists during the time of the Boston Tea Party. Wild bergamot replaced the tea that was thrown into the Atlantic ocean! Average: 45 days