(English Lavender) Lavender most known for it’s relaxing scent can be used in baking in home-made butter and soaps for herb sachets and many more home-made goodies. The silvery-grey leaves and brilliantly subtle flowers also emanate tranquility into the sitting
Plants creep along the ground forming a low mat of furry green fragrant foliage. The dainty double white flowers are terrific dried for teas or used in potpourris.
Cook’s Garden Favorite. Most often found in Asian cuisine Vietnamese Cilantro goes by many other names such as ‘Hot Mint’ and ‘Rau Ram’ (Vietnamese). Excellent culinary addition fresh in salads and spring rolls or cooked along with seasoned vegetables and
You have to be an outstanding and bodacious basil to be named a 2015 All America Selections winner. Delectable basil gets high marks on several scores: fresh flavor large leaves ornamental habit and lateness to flower. Of course with basil
In addition to the herbal mix of scents present in Za’atar fuzzy green leaves add interest and texture to the garden. Use this wild marjoram in fresh salad recipes and Mediterranean dishes. With hints of marjoram oregano and thyme Za’atar
The lovely rosemary plant is a sensory delight-a welcome feature for the holidays and the long winter months. Potted live herb plant brings fragrance gourmet flavor and decorative flair to your kitchen or holiday display. Grow and harvest all winter
Cleopatra is a prized oregano being an All-America Winner for 2015. What sets Cleopatra apart from the Italian and Greek oreganos we all know so well is the mild spicy flavor tinged with a peppermint coolness a perfectly tuned counterpoint
(species heterophylla) This beautiful green-leaved variety boasts long stalks of beautiful purple flowers. Lavender has many uses to the crafty home gardener- sachets potpourri and soap just to name a few. If looking for a cooking lavender however use ‘Munstead’
Cook’s Garden Favorite. This non-edible herb is best known for its earthy and relaxing scent. To release the essential oils steam or dry and rub the leaves. A mellow addition to sachets and potpourri.
A distinct spicy note perfect for Asian dishes. Remains bushy and productive late into the season. Bright green saber-like ornamental leaves.
Continuously flowering basil beauty lets go with sense-reeling masses of fragrant 10-12 white spikes with complementary glowing green foliage. Non-culinary basil varietys sterile nonseeding plants put full energy into flower power. Low-water heat-tolerant landscape plant Snow White excels massed
Wonderful flavor and an excellent source of vitamins. This variety has finely cut curly leaves on very compact plants. Start early indoors or outdoors after danger of frost.
Plenty is an extra vigorous grower with resistance to Fusarium wilt. You’ll have healthier and more leaves to harvest all season. Grows well indoors or outside.
Similar to common English Thyme ‘Lemon’ smells and tastes as if the citrusy fruit were fresh zested under your nose. For recipes calling for a last minute squeeze of lemon just before serving try dressing with finely-chopped leaves of this
Cook’s Garden Favorite. Savory known is ‘umami’ in taste bud-terms delivers the flavor that you unknowingly crave in the minutes before you sear up a portabella burger and fresh piece of sirloin. By growing savory you can deliver that warm
The combination of orange and mint calls you to refreshment and arouses the thought of bright clean flavors on the pallet. Best used fresh try as a substitute in any favorite recipe calling for mint. As a general rule mint
Unlike the usually upright habit of most rosemary Prostrate has a beautiful draping vining habit that turns your favorite patio planter hanging basket or window box into an instant herb garden. Also grand as a groundcover in the culinary or
Cook’s Garden Favorite. If you’re looking for full-bodied intense and aromatic rosemary this is the variety for you. Legend has it that this variety was named by none other than the ‘Spice Island’ herb company for it’s superior culinary use.
Cook’s Garden Favorite. Transform everyday cooking into an adventure in dining with this wonderful collection of culinary seasonings. Each plant will provide ample yields for fresh use all summer and for drying in winter. Pungent Serrata Basil is a Southeast
Cook’s Garden Favorite. Similar to the green-leaved peppermint but this variety stands out in the garden for its beautiful green and white variegated leaves. Peppermint iced tea hot tea on lamb just to name a few. Lesser known uses include