Herb seedlings
Herb seedlings
Herb seedlings
Herb seedlings
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Herb seedlings

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Bee Balm: As the name implies, pollinators love this plant. The flavor is something like tarragon, mint and sage all wrapped into one. Use the leaves fresh or dried in fish, poultry and lamb recipes. The flowers are edible as well; use as a garnish or steep for a unique tea. Depending on the planting location and timing, the plant may not bloom in the first year, but the plant is cold hardy and will overwinter with some dieback. Sets seed very well.

Creeping Oregano: this variety will make a great groundcover. It will set by runners and seed, and is cold hardy (though it won't be as flavorful in the winter)

Purslane: This is slightly drought tolerant. The leaves are edible and use in the same manner you would use spinach. The flowers are edible as well. This often becomes weedy, but will make a great edible ground cover. We suggest planting near the edges of the garden so it's easy to mow away the excess and maintain an edge.

Buzz Buttons: this interesting plant has flowers that create a numbing sensation when eaten, hence the other common name, "toothache plant". Try the flowers instead of peppercorns in Szechuan dishes, or simply surprise your friends with the flowers. 

Safflower: also called 'poor man's saffron' the leaves of the flowers can be used to dye foods just as saffron does. Saffron makes a delicate herbal tea.

Shiso: this traditional Japanese herb can be used fresh as an ingredient in fridge pickles, steeped to make a tea, or dried as a seasoning. 

 

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