As ornamental as it is edible and flavored with the perfect taste of garlic Geisha is a beauty to the garden and the palette. After a seasons worth of uses including salads soups stir-fries and compound butters
Italian oregano is one of the quintessential herbs for sauce and soup making. Having larger leaves than Greek oregano it dries down easily but leaves retain a large surface area. Italian oregano also stays sweet and hearty through prolonged cooking
Cook’s Garden Favorite. One of the tallest rosemary available at 60″ in height it also boasts unique bright glossy leaves and blue flowers.
You can never have too many herbs and this kit helps with harvesting storing and saving all types of herbs. Includes: Herb Scissors: Specially designed for snipping and mincing herbs scallions and other delicate foods. Blades never need sharpening! Herb
Cook’s Garden Favorite. Maxing out at 12″ tall this tiny beauty is perfect in containers or as a boarder plant in herb gardens.
Cook’s Garden Favorite. One of the most startlingly-brilliant herbs to grow ‘Pineapple Sage’ is 60″ of chartreuse green leaves glowing with lipstick red spikes of flower late in the season. The sweet elixir if pineapple perfume that rolls off of
Cook’s Garden Favorite. This non-edible foliage plant is a beautiful addition to the garden. Since curry is a spice blend rather than a specific plant variety the aromatic herb is a great way to reminisce of the strong and earthy
Eat drink and grow berries. Wintergreen’s fruit can be eaten fresh while the evergreens leaves make for a flavorful tea. In the spring the native ground-cover produces white lily of the valley type flowers to be followed by red berries
Cook’s Garden Favorite. 30-60 days. Culantro has the same earthy fragarnace and flavor of cilantro but with a great pungency. Can be used in marinades soups stews atop salads and in any other way cilantro would commonly be used.
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
Cilantro adds the spark to salsas burritos gazpacho seafood and herb butter. Gourmet variety of this favorite herb (also known as coriander) has subtle flavor.
This is the best selection of late-flowering dill for longer season leaf cutting. Mid to dark green lush leaves. Late to bolt for extended harvest.
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
Cook’s Garden Favorite. This giant flat leaf parsley has a refined clean aroma and taste useful in a wide range of dishes. Chemical analysis reveals high concentrations of the essential oil ‘apiol’ especially apparent when making a batch of Persillade
Aside from the lemony delight of growing this verbena it is a plant for every garden space. Give this herb soil with good drainage and watch it take off. Whether in a container or in the back border the fragrant
Peppermint iced tea hot tea on lamb-just to name a few common uses of peppermint. Lesser known ones include calming the digestion or relieving minor sinus discomfort with a strong concentration of peppermint oils. As a general rule mint family
Fresh herbs from your garden will bring to every meal new dimensions of culinary pleasure. Summerlong Basil Greek Oregano Sage Thyme Sweet Marjoram and Rosemary.