Herbs & Vegetables

Herb Lemon Mint

The plant is noted by its citrus scent when broken, and showy purple blooms that attract bees and hummingbirds. Sometimes, particularly late in the summer season, the lemon mint's aroma... Read more

Herb Lemon Verbena

Native to the countries of Chile and Argentina. The lemon verbena herb is an aromatic shrub, its leaves holding their fragrance even after dried for years. The lemon verbena plant... Read more

Herb Lemongrass

Lemongrass is a tall, hardy plant which grows in clumps up to about three feet in height. Generally the plant prefers full sunlight but will grow reasonably well in part... Read more

Herb Lovage

Stout plant with a thick, grayish-brown, fleshy root that grows about six inches into the ground and is shaped like a carrot. The thick, hollow, erect stems grow to about... Read more

Herb Orange Mint

Orange mint has green, branching stems tinged with red that reach 2 feet high. Leaves are round to oval, smooth and dark green with a red edge. White and pink... Read more

Herb Peppermint Mint

Consists of purplish, square stems and oblong purplish leaves with pointed tips, distinct veins, and toothed edges. It produces small pink, white, or purple flowers at the end of each... Read more

Herb Pinapple Sage

Native to Mexico and Guatemala but it does well in most U.S. states. The leaves have the scent of freshly cut pineapples that will attract ruby-throated hummingbirds Read more

Herb Rosemary Arp

'Arp' Rosemary grows as an upright plant that has gray-green needle-like leaves  As this Herb matures, the stems develop into woody limbs 'Arp' makes a terrific informal hedge and will... Read more

Herb Rosemary Trailing

Evergreen shrub for a hot, sunny spot. After a year of regular water, rosemary is extremely drought tolerant, and low-maintenance. The leaves are considered an essential herb for flavoring a... Read more

Herb Rosemary Tuscan Blue

Plant is a pine-scented rosemary with fine leaves and tiny pale blue flowers. Hedges of Tuscan Blue Rosemary can grow to 6 feet tall! It also makes a wonderful container... Read more

Herb Rue

Native to southern Europe and northern Africa and commonly cultivated in Europe and the U.S.. The branched, pale green, stem bears alternate, somewhat fleshy leaves with oblong to leaflets. Small... Read more

Herb Spearmint Mint

Common garden mint widely used for culinary purposes. It has lax, tapering spikes of flowers similar to peppermint flowers and sharply serrated leaves that are used fresh or dried to... Read more

Herb Summer Savory

Tender annual and is considered to be sweeter than Winter Savory. Summer Savory grows up to 18 inches tall, has small bronze-green leaves and very small white or lavender flowers.... Read more

Herb Sweet Majoram

Marjoram is easy to grow. They prefer full sun and a well drained soil. They will do well in average soils, and tolerate dry soil conditions. Being native to arid... Read more

Herb Tarragon

Tender shoots and leaves with peppery, anise-like flavor and a hint of vanilla. A gourmet favorite for seasoning meats, sauces and piquant wine vinegars. Read more

Herb Thyme

Thyme is a highly aromatic herb which grows especially well in somewhat dry, sunny conditions. Plants grow somewhere between 6 and 12 inched tall. While some selections of Thyme are... Read more

Herb Winter Savory

Winter and summer savory both have aromatic gray-green leaves and bear loose spikes of pink, white, or lavender blossoms each summer. Read more


Plant kale as soon as the ground can be worked, very frost tolerant. Kale leaves can be used at any time for salads or as garnishes. Leaves are “cropped”, leaving... Read more


Is a fairly hardy, cool-weather vegetable that thrives when the average daily temperature is between 60 and 70 degrees.Some types and varieties of lettuce withstand heat better than others. Lettuce,... Read more

Pepper Ace

Sweet, crunchy peppers mature from green to deep, luscious red, producing heavy yields of  4" long by 3" wide sweet peppers. Thick-walled fruit perfect for grilling, stuffing, and slicing. Read more