Essential Herb Garden Collection will give you the ultimate chef’s herb garden at your very own fingertips. Readily available herbs to enhance all your dishes and salads.
– Non GMO
Planting instructions are on each packet.
Kit includes 1 packet of each:
A popular and easy to grow annual herb that is used in many dishes around the world. Eat the leaves fresh and the seeds are known as the herb coriander and are warmly aromatic and richly flavored. Germination temperature: 80-85 deg. in 15-18 days.
Thai basil is a beautiful, highly ornamental basil with 3 inch leaves, purple stems and purple blossoms. Its distinctive flavor combines the clove-mint of basil with sweet aromatics of the East. Germination temperature 70-85 deg. in 7-14 days.
Garlic Chives is an heirloom perennial that can overwinter in mild climates and the star-shaped white flowers will be a delight in the garden. The heavy cluster of leaves have a distinct but mild, garlic flavor. The dark, green, 16 in. leaves are flatter and slightly larger than common chives. They multiply rapidly and are hardy, but must be protected during severe winters. Use like common chives, fresh from the garden for garnish or flavor, or chop and dry for later use. Germ: 14 days
Italian Giant Parsley is an heirloom with a deep rich flavor that has made it a prized ingredient in a wide variety of dishes. The large, flat, dark green, serrated leaves are more flavorful and sweeter than the curly types. This grows quickly and can stand to be picked often. So flavorful that it is much more than a garnish, use it as a major ingredient in all of your hot dishes, salads and sauces.Germ: 12-28 days
Sweet Basil, an attractive, bushy plant originated in tropical Asia and has been cultivated for thousands of years. This warm-weather annual has a refreshing, aromatic flavor that make it a classic ingredient of many Italian and S.E. Asian dishes. This variety grows well in containers and makes a good addition to flower borders. Plant in shallow saucers for winter microgreens and harvest by snipping off tender young shoots with scissors. The young shoots have a more subtle flavor than the mature leaves. Germ: 6-10 days
Oregano is prized for its flavorful leaves, and has been widely used in several Mediterranean cuisines for hundreds of years as well as many Mexican dishes. This herb is a perennial and will grow about 10″ tall. Plant in shallow saucers for winter microgreens and harvest by snipping off tender young shoots with scissors. The young shoots have a more subtle flavor than the mature leaves. Germ: 15-20 days
A popular herb is a very easy-to-grow, tall, attractive annual. The delicate, sweet taste of the fern-like leaves will enhance many culinary dishes and are great in salads.
Fennel has a crispy, mildly sweet, anise-like flavor, grown by the ancient Greeks, will brighten salads and sandwiches or used to flavor meat dishes and soups.
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