Most herbs are grown in 4″ Pots.
Our plants and products are delivered throughout the season and are subject to availability.
Uses, facts, and a little bit of folklore and fiction
Herbs make a great fragrant addition to the garden whether planted in the ground or potted or potted for use in the kitchen. Herbs can be used for cooking, sachets, gifts or for the herbalist, medicinal uses. Their colorful fragrent flowers and foliage appeal to the senses. They attract beneficial insects and act as hosts for butterflies. Herbs love lots of sun and can tolerate most soil types.
Basil – Ocimum Basilicum (All basils are annual) Culinary and Medicinal. Warm spicy tasting leaves on square stems. The leaves are used in many different cusines. They also repel mosquitoes, expel worms, treat ringworm, snakebite, insect bites and acne. Basil is a Hindu’s passport to paradise. Basil is native to India, and was held in great reverence. Indians used basil to swear their oaths upon in court. In Italy, basil symbolises love. In Mexico it is carried around in the hope of returning a lover’s roving eye.
Bouquet Mix Basil – Culinary and ornamental – Height 8-30″
Cinnamon Basil – Culinary and Ornamental – Sweet cinnamon aroma. Tall, fast-growing plants with 2″ long leaves. 26–30″ x 12-18″
Emerald Towers Basil – Culinary – Columnar habit. A Genovese basil that flowers up to 8 weeks later than standard varieties. A fast-growing, tidy, well-branched columnar plant with delicious, robust flavor. Resistance to downy mildew and Fusarium. 2-3′ x 10-12″
Genovese – Dolce Fresca Sweet Basil – AAS Winner. Sweet tender leaves with an attractive, compact shape that’s both versatile and beautiful. Use the leaves as you would any Genovese basil. Height – 13-14″
Newton Basil – Culinary – Fusarium-resistant Italian large-leaf with improved flavor. Classic basil flavor (without the strong notes of anise typically found in basil of this type). Huge 4″ leaves.
Pesto Perpetuo Basil – Culinary – Tricolor foliage has deep green strokes across the lime center with a creamy white edge around each leaf. The taste is pure sweet basil, making a superb pesto or an impressive garnish. 4′ tall
Rutgers Devotion Basil – Culinary – Genovese type from the Rutgers breeding program with a compact, highly productive plant habit. Downy mildew-resistant basil with large leaves. Height up to 26″
Rutgers Obsession Basil – Culinary – Compact, downy mildew-resistant variety with dark green glossy leaves. Italian aroma and flavor. Height 16–18″ Height 16–18″
Sweet Mammoth Basil – Culinary – Huge yellow-green “lettuce leaf” variety. Leaves with slight puckering and the most heavenly aroma 12-18″
Sweet Thai Basil – Culinary – Authentic Thai basil flavor. Green, 2″ long leaves have a spicy, anise/clove flavor. Attractive purple stems and blooms. Height – 16-20″
Borage – Borago officinalis (Annual) Culinary and medicinal uses. Borage has edible blue flowers with a sweet cucumber taste. It is used in soups, salads and drinks. A leaf tea is taken for stress, fevers and coughs. Fun and easy to grow. Gives strength to heart, courage and joyfulness. Height – 1.5 – 3′
Catnip – (Zone 3-9) Cats love it! Aromatic. 18-36″ x 12-18″
Cat Grass – (Annual) Aids digestion for cats. Vitamin rich for humans.
Chives – Allium schoenoprasum (Perennial) Culinary, ornamental and medicinal uses. Narrow leaves with edible lavender flower heads. Use in salads, cheese and egg dishes, gravies and soups for a mild onion flavor. Chives are mildly laxative and aids digestion. Said to be an antidote for poison and a remedy for bleeding. Romanian Gypsies have used chives in fortune telling. It was believed that bunches of dried chives hung around a house would ward off disease and evil. The early Dutch settlers in this country intentionally planted chives in the meadows so cows would give chive-flavored milk! Height 12- 24
Chives – Chinese Broadleaf Culinary. used extensively in Asian salads and stir-fries. Its flat, wide, dark green leaves are more strongly flavored than regular Chives, with a mild taste of Garlic and Onions-perfect when the use of raw Garlic would be overwhelming. Its foliage develops charming green mounds with attractive white blossoms from June to August. 12-18″ tall
Chives – Garlic (Perennial) – Culinary. Flat leaves, white flowers. Mild garlic flavor. 1′
Onion Chives – (Perennial) – Culinary and Ornamental Easy to grow, onion chives pack a lot of flavor for their compact size. The plants form neat grass-like clumps of tubular leaves that contribute an onion flavor to salads, creamy soups, potatoes, egg dishes, and others. A wonderful addition to an herb garden. Great for containers, and also makes a neat border. Enjoy the light purple blooms in the spring–they are edible as well. Height 12″
Cilantro Santo – Coriander (Annual) Culinary – Santo is fast growing with broad, celery-like stems that are perfect for bunching. Its unmistakable sharp scent and taste have made it the staple herb in Mexican and Vietnamese dishes. Height – 12-24″
Cilantro Delfino – (2006 AAS Edible – Vegetable Winner.) aromatic, edible herb, and unlike other coriander has unique, fine fern-like foliage. 18-20″
Cilantro Lemon Coriander – This dwarf cilantro has a subtle citrus flavor.
Dill – Anethum graveolens (Annual) Culinary. Dill is one of the easiest herbs to grow and would make a great first herb for someone who has never grown herbs before. You’ll find lots of uses for both the fronds and the seeds in the kitchen. A sprig of dill will perk up almost any soup, salad, or main dish. A must for fish! The plant has a long and ancient history in many countries as a culinary and medicinal herb. The earliest known record of dill as a medicinal herb was found in Egypt 5,000 years ago when the plant was referred to as a “soothing medicine.” The folklore that surrounds dill includes the protective properties it holds. It was placed in the baby’s cradle and over door jams for this protection it serves. Dill was believed to provide protection from witchcraft, most likely because of its strong smell. Charms were often made from sprigs of dill to provide protection from witchcraft; they were hung around the house or worn on the clothing. Dill was often added to love potions and aphrodisiacs to make them more effective. The herb was also believed to have an effect on marriages bringing happiness and good fortune. In Germany and Belgium, brides would attach a sprig of dill to their wedding gowns or they would carry it in their bouquets in the hopes that happiness would bless their marriages. Height – 24″ and taller
Eucalyptus – Silver Dollar – (Annual) Grown for their strong fragrance and use in the following oils: Medicinal, Industrial and Aromatic.
Fennel – Florence (Annual) Culinary. Distinctive anise flavor from Asian and Middle Eastern cuisine. With a bulbous, edible base and celerylike stalks, fennel infuses dishes with enticing licorice-like aroma. 30″ x 16-24″
Lavender Lavendula (Many lavenders are considered Tender Perennials. We carry mostly zone 5, cold hardy varieties, unless noted.) Lavender is used for cooking as well as for its medicinal properties. The flowers are used to flavor jams, stews, pastries, creams and vinegars. Dried flowers are used in sachets and potpourris. The flower water is an antiseptic that treats acne and a skin toner for speeding cell renewal. Flower tea treats anxiety, headaches, nausea and dizziness. The essential oil is highly valued as perfume and is also antiseptic, mildly sedative and pain killing. It will relieve the itching of insect bites and the pain of burns, headaches and sore throats. Adding the oil to bath water is very relaxing and induces sleep. Lavender is “The herb of fidelity.” Traditionally used to revive people from faints or swoons.
Lavender Ellagance Pink – (Zone 5-9) English Lavender adds glamour to the garden with graceful sprays of soft pink flowers amid fragrant silver-green foliage. An exceptionally compact selection with dense branching yielding exquisite form and abundant blooms.
Lavender French Perfume – (Zone 5-9) English Lavender. The grey-green foliage forms a compact, uniform, rounded mound topped with deep purple flowers beginning in midsummer. The flowers are intensely fragrant, carrying an unusually sweet, clean lavender perfume scent.
Lavender Goodwin Creek – (Zone 7-9) Hybrid Lavender. (Tender Perennial) Heat tolerant. 2-4′ x 2-4′
Lavender Grosso – (Zone 5-9) Hybrid Lavender. The most fragrant of all the lavender plants. Exceptional abundance of long spikes of deep violet flowers that stand well above the gray/green compact foliage. The most cold hardy of the French Hybrid Lavenders. Plant in full sun in well drained soil. Works great in Xeriscaping, edging, rock gardens, on hillsides or berms. 30-32″ x 36-78″
Lavender Hidcote – (Zone 4-9) English Lavender A free flowering dwarf variety that produces deep purple flower spikes.Great for a dwarf hedge, edging, or for massing.12-24″ x 12-24″
Lavender Melissa Lilac – (Zone 5-9) English Lavender. A gorgeous, lilac-flowered lavender, with fragrant, lilac flower spikes and silvery-grey leaves. Grow it towards the front of a mixed herbaceous border, use it to line paths or clip it into an informal hedge. 18-24″ x 22-36″
Lavender Munstead – (Zone 4-9) English Lavender. Very fragrant and compact. Early blooming. 12-18″ x 12-18″
Lavender Phenomenal – (Zone 5-9) French Hybrid. A tough lavender that is fragrant, tolerats heat and humidity, is resistant to root and foliar diseases, deerproof, and, survives our winters. Height 24”30-32″ x 24-32″
Lavender Provence – (Zone 5-9) Lavendula x intermedia Silvery, wide long leaves. tolerant of poor soils and tolerates heat and humidity. One of the tallest and most fragrant varieties. Height 30-36″”
Lavender Super Blue – (Zone 4-9) English Lavender Fragrant wands of rich lavender-blue flowers. Perfect for borders or containers. Neat, compact foliage has good rain and weather tolerance. The large, full blooms are excellent for cutting and drying. Height 10-12″ x 10-12″
Lemon Balm – (Perennial) Culinary and Ornamental. Pleasent lemon flavor and fragrence makes it pleasant in tea, punches and in fruit salad. Good for potpourri. Known in European history as the “Elixor of Life.” It is believed to renew youth and add longevity. Said to dispel melancholy. 1′ tall
Lemon Grass East India – (Annual) Culinary, Medicinal, and Ornamental. The leaves and stems of Lemon Grass can be used fresh or dried to impart a distinct lemon flavor that adds a lot of zest to hot teas. As a culinary herb Lemon Grass adds delicate flavor to soups, curries, and sauces, as well as fish and chicken dishes. 3-5′ x 2′
Marjoram Sweet – (Tender Perennial) Culinary and Medicinal. Marjoram is a perennial in the mint family that grows wild in the Mediterranean region, with 90% of the world’s supply coming from Egypt. Note that the genera names Origanum and Marjorana are used interchangeably by some. Marjoram is also called wild marjoram, as well as joy of the mountains and wintersweet. The ancients believed that if marjoram grew on a grave it was a sign of the happiness of the departed spirit. Sometimes it was planted at gravesites to comfort the departed and ensure their eternal peace and happiness. In the Middle Ages, bridal couples wore wreaths of marjoram to symbolise love, honour and happiness.Height 12-24″
Marigold – Citrus Tangerine Gem – Culinary. Hundreds of petite flowers cover neat, low mounds of lacy foliage with a citrusy scent. Long-blooming for beds, borders and containers where it attracts beneficial insects, such as ladybugs, hoverflies, butterflies, predatory bugs, and parasitic wasps. Leaves and flower petals are edible and are used as flavorful salad greens and garnish. Flavor is floral with hints of citrus and spice, and slightly bitter.
Mints mentha – (Perennial unless noted) Culinary & Medicinal. Mint flavors drinks, candy, cigarettes, toothpaste and medicine. Mint aids digestion and treats stomach complaints. Peppermint in particular has additional antiseptic, antiviral and sweat inducing properties. Old herbalists recommended it for bites of dogs. Mint has long been regarded as a symbol of hospitality, the Romans would strew it around at feasts and banquets as a welcoming sign to guest. Legend has it that Pluto’s wife Proserpina cast a spell on a lovely young lady who had turned Pluto’s eye and turned her into a mint plant.
Mint Chocolate – (Perennial) Culinary Chocolate mint leaves have a delightful minty chocolate flavor. Use fresh leaves in water, tea or coffee for a refreshing beverage. Dry leaves for flavoring desserts, like ice cream, meringues, quick breads, or cakes. Pick leaves frequently. 24″ x 18-24″
Hillarys Sweet Lemon Mint – (Perennial) Culinary. A hybrid of apple mint and lime mint. The crisp flavor and vigorous growth of apple and the lovely leaf and citrus undertones of lime. Very unusual and delicious. Great for tea and bar drinks. Grows 18-24″ x 18-24”
Kentucky Colonel Mint – (Perennial) Culinary. Kentucky Colonel is a spearmint has a large leaves on robust plants. This mint plant can be used in any recipe calling for spearmint, including mint sauce and mint jelly and Mint Juleps. This mint plant can be grown in a pot and will do very well. It tends to spread easily.– Height 24″
Mojito Mint – (Tender Perennial) Culinary – Sweet flavor and vigorous, fragrant foliage. Mojita Mint is clearly different from other mints. Scent and flavor are considerably more mild and warm. White blooms are a colorful addition to this sense evoking herb. Very desirable herb garden addition also looks great in any bed, border or in a container. An essential ingredient of the Mojito Cocktail. Height: 12 – 36″
Orange Mint – (Perennial) Culinary and Medicinal – Perfect for fruit salads, fish, poultry and summer drinks. The citrus flavor is a bright alternative to regular mints. Like the rest of the Mint family, Orange Mint can be used to brew tea that aides in digestion. Height: 24″
Peppermint – (Perennial) Culinary and Medicinal – The name is derived from the name Mintha, a Greek mythological nymph who transformed herself into the plant, and from the Latin piper meaning “pepper.” Peppermint is widely used in food, cosmetics and medicines. Peppermint tea is proven helpful in treating the common cold, coughs and bronchitis as well as a variety of digestive issues.It is used topically as an analgesic and to treat headaches. It is on the FDA’s GRAS (generally recognized as safe) list. It is one of the world’s oldest medicinal herbs, and is used in both Eastern and Western traditions. Peppermint leaf and oil are used for folk medicine, as flavoring agents, and in cosmetic and pharmaceutical products throughout the world. Height 12-18″
Spearmint – (Perennial) Culinary and Medicinal. The colonists brought mint with them to America. They used mints for teas, headaches, indigestion and to help them sleep. Mint is also an excellent culinary addition. Use to flavor tea, sauces, vegetables and lamb. Height: 18-24”
Nasturium – Alaska Mix (Annual) Culinary and Ornamental. 2″ flowers in yellow, crimson, orange, salmon and cherry and green and white variegated foliage. Height 10-12″
Nasturium – Night & Day (Annual) Culinary and Ornamental. Pale ivory-yellow and mahogany flowers. The flowers make a lightly spicy edible garnish. Compact, 12″ plants.
Nasturtium – Jewel Mix (Annual) Culinary and Ornamental. A mis of double and single red, pink, orange, and yellow flowers on light green foliage. Edible flowers on mounded plant habit. Height 16″
Nasturtium – Empress of India (Annual) Culinary and Ornamental. Deep blue-green leaves and 2 1/2″ scarlet blooms. Compact plants grow 10-12″ x 8-10″
Oregano – Origanum vulgare (Perennial unless noted) Culinary, Ornamental and Medicinal. It is used in Italian and Mediterranean cooking and Mexican chili powders. Use in tomato sauce, fish, salad dressings, pizza. A tea made from the leaves soothes coughs, muscle spasms and headaches. The word oregano means “joy of the mountain” from the Greek oros, meaning mountain and ganos meaning joy.Bees love oregano!
Oregano Compactum – Culinary. This dwarf oregano has strongly scented leaves and bears small white, pink or purple flowers. The leaves are commonly used in Greek and Italian dishes. Height 6″
Oregano Golden – (Tender Perennial) Ornamental. This creeping oregano will grow to 6″ with white flowers. Use as ornamental groundcover.
Oregano Greek – Origanum heracleoticum (Perennial) – Culinary. Sweet, spicy, aromatic leaves. Purple flowers. Height: 12″
Oregano Hot & Spicy – (Perennial) Culinary. Highly aromatic herb offers a spicy flavor in the kitchen and looks great in the herb garden or mixed border. Rich green rounded foliage and pink summer flowers. An intense, strong flavor; use sparingly at first, in spicy salsa and chili dishes. 18-24″ x 18-24″
Oregano Italian – (Tender Perennial) Culinary – This variety is a cross of oregano and marjoram with strong flavor and fragrance. Used in Italian tomato sauces, salad dressings, and soups. Height 24″
Parsley Petroselinium crispum (Biennial) Culinary and Medicinal Parsley is an all time favorite herb used for seasoning and garnishes in almost all types of cuisines. The fresh leaves are a rich source of Manganese, Chlorophyll, Vitamins and Calcium. The leaves, roots and seeds are diuretic, reduce the release of histamines and scavenge skin aging free radicals. Grown near roses, parsley improves their health and scent. Worn in garlands to protect from drunkeness. The Ancient Greeks crowned winners of sporting events with wreaths of parsley. One rumour had it that you could bring about the demise of an enemy by plucking a sprig of parsley while speaking his name. In the Hebrew celebration of the Passover, parsley is used as a symbol of rebirth.
Parsley Giant of Italy – Culinary – Giant of Italy Flat Leaf Parsley. Beautiful, bushy plant, with strong, upright stems and oversized dark green leaves The leaf size makes for easy chopping. Used widely in Mediterranean and Middle Eastern cuisine. Height 18-20″
Italian Flat Leaf Parsley – Culinary – Very flavorful leaves that are preferred by cooks. Height: 12″
Rosemary – Rosmarinum officinalus (All Rosemaries are tender perennials). It is an ancient, savory herb, especially popular in Italian dishes. Rosemary has dense, aromatic, needle-like leaves with woody stems. Rosemary has a plethera of medicinal uses. The leaves are antiseptic, anti-oxidant and aid in digestion. It is recommended for flatulence and heartburn. It improves food absorption by stimulating digestion and the liver, intestinal tract and gallbladder. The essential oil is antibacterial, antifungal and invigorating. It relieves muscular pain and stimulates circulation. The herb of memory, said to quicken the mind and prevent forgetfulness. Rosemary was burnt at shrines in Ancient Greece to drive away evil spirits and illnesses
Rosemary Arp – Culinary – A very hardy variety with an upright habit and gray/green leaves. Height: 12″
Rosemary Barbeque – Culinary – Grows tall upright stems that can be used for roasting hot dogs. 4-6′ x 2-3′
Rosemary Prostrate – Culinary and Ornamental. This intensely aromatic herb, is a creeping rosemary and is perfect for ground-cover, pots and containers. It is beautiful spilling out of baskets or over a stone wall. It has light blue blooms in the summer. Bring the whole pot in during the winter to enjoy this herb year round! Will grow 18” tall with a 36” spread.
Rosemary Salem – Ornamental – Rosemary ‘Salem’ is an upright growing shrub with a slightly rounded habit, supported by the compact but even branches. It has distinctive grey-green foliage. The lanceolate leaves are quite thin and small, with the strong pine like fragrance typical of rosemary, but in a milder form. The dense bunches of flowers are a rich blue color. Height 18-36”
Rosemary Speedy – Culinary and Ornamental. Fast growing upright variety. Height 3-4′ x 1.5-2′
Rosemary Tuscan Blue – Culinary and Ornamental – This is a tall-growing upright rosemary. Used for hedges to border small fields in Tuscany, This Rosemary is a handsome plant with exceptionally dark blue flower spikes and highly aromatic pale green leaves that lend themselves to cooking and drying. Along with the other tall Rosemarie’s, it is more suitable for growing in warmer climates, but it can also be grown in short-season regions. Can grow 24-36” x 24” spread. 24-36” x 24”
Rosemary Upright – (Tender Perennial) Culinary and Ornamental – Narrow grayish needle-like foliage and pretty lavender-blue flowers in spring on an upright form; leaves are a mainstay for cooking and as garnish. Great container plant. Height: to 4′
Sages – Salvia Medicinal and culinary. All sages are members of the Salvia family. They are mostly known for their culinary uses.Used with poultry, pork, sausage, in dressings, pickles and cheese. Some are considered to be strictly medicinal. Others are grown to attract hummingbirds and bees. Prevents the onslaught of old age, memory enhancement, reducing hot flashes in menopause and boosting natural estrogen production, as well as reducing breast milk when weaning a baby. To the ancients, sage symbolised wisdom, skill, esteem, long life, good health, domestic virtue, mitigation of grief, and increased psychic powers.
Sage Berggarten – (Tender Perennial) Culinary – Large round gray/green leaves with a very spicy scent. 10-16″ x 24″
Sage Common – (Perennial ) Medicinal and Culinary. Woody square stems with hairy leaves and blue flowers. The leaves have a strong taste that increases as it dries. Height: 12 – 36″
Sage Golden – (Tender Perennial) Culinary and Medicinal. Short compact growth habit with yellow and green leaves.– Height: 18″
Sage Mexican Bush – (Tender Perennial) Ornamental. Grown for its good looks! Silvery green foliage and deep purple flowers in late summer. 4-5′ tall
Sage Pineapple – (Tender Perennial) Culinary, Ornamental and Medicinal. Beautiful red flowers in the fall. – 36″ x 36″
Sage Purple – (Tender Perennial) Culinary and Ornamental. Short compact Sage with purple/red leaves. Height: 18′
Sage Tricolor – (Perennial) Culinary and Ornamental – Ornamental herb with colorful grayish green leaves marbled with white, pink and purple. Lavender blue flower spikes appear in summer. Strongly aromatic foliage may be used fresh or dried in cooking. Attractive to bees and butterflies. Ideal for herb gardens, mixed borders and containers. Will grow 18″ tall.
Sorrel – (Perennial) Culinary. Tangy flavor and rich source of nutrients like vitamin C, manganese, and iron. 18-24″. To eat, harvest around 8″.
Stevia – (Annual) Culinary and Medicinal. Stevia produces an extract 400 times sweeter than white sugar. Height 36″
French Tarragon – Artemisia dracunculus (Perennial) Culinary and Medicinal. French Tarragon is a hardy perennial with greenish flowers and narrow gray/green leaves. It has a bittersweet peppery taste with anise undertones. Leaves are good in salads, egg and cheese dishes and vinegar. Tarragon tea stimulates the appetite, aids digestion and is a general tonic. Name comes from the French word for little dragon. 2′. 2014 Herb of the Year.– Height 24″
Thyme Elfin – (Perennial) Ornamental. ornamental herb with purple blooms and tiny evergreen leaves. Great for filling between stepping stones as it will tolerate light foot traffic and dry conditions. Works well in mixed beds or in pots when allowed to trail over the edges. Showy flowers and aromatic foliage. 1-2″ x 4-8″
Thyme English – (Perennial) Culinary and Ornamental – A fragrant low-growing plant. Use fresh or dried by itself or to blend with other herbs. Great in soups, sauces, beans, meat dishes, and more. Can be used in potpourris or adding to homemade soap. It makes a fragrant ground cover or border. Height 12-15″
Thyme Faustinioi – (Perennial) Culinary – This “Summer Thyme” is one of the most flavorful of all the thyme varieties. Its is noticeably sweeter and spicier than English types and is the preferred variety used in authentic French cuisine. Used in all types of cooking and grows well in pots or in the garden. Needs some winter protection. Compact, upright plant with tiny, deep green, aromatic leaves that have dainty, pale pink flowers. Attracts bees to the garden. Makes a wonderfully fragrant groundcover or container plant. Dried leaves may be used to flavor poultry, fish, meat and vegetables. Height 8″
Thyme French – (Perennial) Culinary – Sometimes called Summer Thyme, this herb has an upright habit and small, narrow gray leaves with a sweet taste. Height: 12″
Thyme Lemon – (Perennial) Culinary – The bright, green and yellow foliage has a fresh citrus flavor. This upright variety is attractive in the garden and in the kitchen. The fragrant, foliage tends to stay flavorful even when baked. Great in fish and chicken dishes. Height: 12″
Thyme Lemon Variegated – (Perennial) Culinary and Ornamental. This is a durable, lemon-scented variety that once planted, requires minimal maintenance. Lemon thyme is attractive in a herb garden, a rock garden, bordering a walkway or flower bed, or in a container. This low growing plant makes an effective, non-aggressive ground cover in small areas. It will grow only 6-10” x 8 -12”
Thyme Moter of Thyme – (Perennial) Ornamental – Its dense, spreading habit makes it the ideal for groundcovers. Planting between paving stones, edging the flower or vegetable garden, or for trailing over rocks. groundcover, while its rich fragrance and bright blooms add immeasurably to the appeal of any landscape. It is adaptable and tough and lush. It attract butterflies and bees, while it does not appeal to rabbits and deer. Grows to 3″
Thyme Silver Edge – (Perennial) Culinary, Ornamental and Medicinal. Argenteus has a delicious thyme scent that is great fresh or dry. It makes a versatile seasoning for different dishes. Argenteus has a nice spreading mounded habit. It works well in containers and window boxes or in the garden. The foliage is green with silver edges. Use Argenteus fresh or dry and is versatile for seasoning different dishes including teas. Use in aromatherapy, potpourris and more. This is an easy to grow plant. Will grow 8-10” tall with an 18-24” spread.
Verbena – Lemon – (Annual) Culinary – Use to flavor fish, poultry, salads, and salad dressings. This tall herb will grow 36-72″ x 36-72″