Use as a flavoring with tomatoes and with mild-flavored vegetables such as squash. Excellent for flavoring veal and lamb too. We searched the world to find the best organic seed-Burpee fully guarantees that not a drop of synthetic chemicals was
Pesto Perpetuo means never having to beat flower buds to harvest! This green-white variegated sport is a natural selection from a columnar basil variety. No flowers means numerous and plentiful harvests the whole summer through. Tastes of basil with just
Flat-leaved variety used in salad dressings poultry soups and as an ingredient of pesto. Flavor is much more pronounced than that of the more familiar curled type. Certified Organic Seed.
The stems are sturdy enough to be used as skewers for shish kabob and while cooking your grilled items are infused with the particularly appealing rosemary flavor of this variety. Rosemary Barbeque quickly grows to form an upright evergreen plant
Sage is one of the essential herbs and can be used to enhance virtually any dish. Start early indoors or outdoors after danger of frost. We searched the world to find the best organic seed – Burpee fully guarantees that
This beautiful annual ornamental herb is perfect for seasoning filet beans and squash. Dried plants make great fall decoration; cut whole plants off at ground level after flowering and hang in a dark airy place to dry. Grows 18″ tall
Because of its strong aroma and flavor Large Leaf basil is a good choice for fresh pesto. Plants are slow to bolt with large 3″ dark shiny leaves. Grow in well-drained soil in full sun. We searched the world to
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
Household pet friends will relish the homegrown flavor of Burpees Oatgrass and Wheatgrass and note your thoughtfulness. A flavorful safe alternative to outdoor grasses and houseplants.
This Italian variety has extremely tender fragrant extra-large dark green leaves and is superb for pesto. Start early indoors or outside after all danger of frost. We searched the world to find the best organic seed-Burpee fully guarantees that not
With it’s blue star-shaped flowers borage makes a lovely ornamental. Its young leaves have a refreshing mild cucumber-like fragrance and traditionally been used in salads and lemonade. The flowers can be candied.
The flat tender leaves have a flavor midway between garlic and onion. Delicious in salads spreads and flavored vinegars. Grows best in full sun. Perennial in Zones 3-10. Start early indoors or outdoors after danger of frost. We searched the
Cats go crazy for this easy-to-grow plant. Start early indoors or outdoors after danger of frost. Certified Organic.
Flavor and fragrance impart accents of sultry mulled wine scent with a hint of pine. Create a savory pesto without pine nuts. Cold-tolerant plants fragrantly carry on until seasons end.
Native to Southeast Asia basil has been used in cooking and for fragrances for centuries. Brought to Europe in the Middle Ages it thrived in the Mediterranean region as well as around the Caspian and Black Seas. Burpee first offered