• Lemon Balm

    Lemon Balm

    Lemon Balm Melissa has a charming lemon scent from the mint family and is an ingredient in herbal teas and potpourri. Fresh leaves are added to salads, soups, sauces, and meats for a sweet lemon flavor.The history of lemon balm goes back over 2000 years. It is believed that lemon balm was introduced to Spain by the Moors in the 7th century and the...
  • Mountain Mint

    Mountain Mint

    Mountain Mint Mountain Mint is a native American herb that, unlike regular mint, is a very respectable substitute and has a long history in cooking. From the family of mint grows not only in the mountains but also in the valleys. For pollinators, this mint is indispensable as a critical component of many local seed mixes. It grows wеll in moist soil and medium...
  • Oregano

    Oregano

    Oregano Oregano seeds grow on the sunny slopes of the Mediterranean and are often used in the cuisine of this region. The name comes from the Greek word for "joy of the mountains". Mythology says that the Greek goddess of love gave a man Oregano to bring him joy. Since then, Oregano has been associated with pleasure. This plant has long been used both...
  • Rosemary

    Rosemary

    Rosemary Rosemary is an evergreen shrub with tough, needle-like leaves and an incredible aroma. The flavor is reminiscent of pine mint and is ideal for fresh or dried to flavor meats, soups, and stews. Well-drained soil works well for free-flowing rosemary seeds.Rosemary's Latin name means sea dew, as it grows on the rocky slopes of the Mediterranean coast. Medieval brides often added Rosemary to...
  • Thyme

    Thyme

    Thyme Thyme is a fragrant ornamental landscape plant native to southern Europe and the Mediterranean. Modern cuisine cannot be imagined without the great taste of fresh or dried Thyme. It is drought tolerant and attrаctive to bees, butterflies, and birds and gives one of the best honey flavors.Thyme has the function of healing and protection, symbolizing courage and strength. For centuries, soldiers carried Thyme...
  • Catnip

    Catnip

    Catnip Catnip is a favorite cat treat and attracts bees. The leaves are harvested at the end of the season and used for medicinal tea. However, it can get invasive, so cut the heads off if you don't want Catnip to self-seed! For the first time, Catnip was grown in the Roman city of Nepeta, which gave rise to its name - Nepeta. Before...
  • Lavender

    Lavender

    Lavender Lavender adds incredible beauty to your garden! Its neat bushes give a wonderful aroma and dry well. As a result, Lavender is prevalent in medicine, sachets, potpourri, perfumery, cosmetic, aromatherapy, culinary, and decorative purposes.Vera Lavender, the original English Lavender, is one of the hardiest lavenders. It was used as a perfume and the main ingredient in incense in ancient Egypt, and the Grеeks...
  • Sage

    Sage

    Sage Sage is a popular shrubby perennial with broad silvery leaves and tiny lavender flowers. The leaves have an incredible aroma and exquisite taste and are traditionally used as a filling for poultry and seasoning for meat. Sage grows in the Mediterranean and Asia Minor in the wild, symbolizing good health and long life. Its Lаtin name comes from the word "salvere", which means...
  • Marjoram

    Marjoram

    Marjoram This attractive perennial is commonly grown as an annual in the garden. It is loved for its wonderful sweet aroma and mild oregano flavor. However, the small gray-green leaves need to be harvested from the flowering to retain their scent even after drying.The earliest records of herbs and medicines indicate that Marjoram has long been prized for its antiseptic, warming and relaxing properties....
  • Dill

    Dill

    Dill The most grown variety of Dill will become a necessary and helpful plant for your garden. The leaves are used for flavoring, especially suitable for dishes that contain eggs, potatoes, and fish. Large seed heads are used for pickling. In addition, this plant attracts bees, butterflies, and birds.Historically, Dill has been used medicinally for over 5,000 years. Its medicinal properties were to calm...
  • Cilantro

    Cilantro

    It is a high-yielding and trendy member of the Dill family. This persistent, tangy herb is used in many cuisines around the world. The seeds are grown in the desert and thrive in hot climates.The coriander, known as Cilantro, is native to the Mediterranean and Middle Eastern regions. It is known to be one of the first seasonings used by humans. Early physicians such...
  • Fennel

    Fennel

    Fennel The extraordinary foliage of Florentine fennel has a feathery structure and is used to flavor salads, fish, sauces, and other ethnic foods. The base of the stem resembles celery, it is prepared like a vegetable, and the smell and taste are reminiscent of anise.In ancient Greece, fennel has a long history, where it was called "marathon" and was considered a symbol of victory....
  • Chervil

    Chervil

    Chervil (French Parsley) Like parsley, the feathered leaves of Winter Chervil have a mild, sweet, aniseed flavor and are prevalent in cooking, in salads, and as a delicate side dish. Enjoyed fresh leaves as they lose their flavor when dried.Winter chervil is a close relative of parsley, growing in the south of Russia. Its delicate flavor, similar to tarragon or fennel, has made it...
  • Chives

    Chives

    Chives White, attractive flowers grow from the seeds of garlic chives! The thin, flat leaves have a sweet flavor and can be added to dishes such as sauces, sauces, salads, and stews. In addition, the stems of the seeds are used in Asian dishes. The plant is moderately hardy.Garlic chives (Allium tuberosum) are native to western China and have been used in Asian cuisine...
  • Tarragon

    Tarragon

    Tarragon This delicate perennial plant is found in many French dishes. Used as a seasoning for chicken, fish, or to add oil or vinegar. Fragrant tarragon leaves are best used fresh as they lose their flavor when dried—best grown in warm climates.True French tarragon cannot be grown from seed, but this variety, called Russian tarragon, has its merits and advantages. Its faint, slightly bitter...
  • Italian Parsley

    Italian Parsley

    Italian Parsley The Italian Parsley has a strong parsley flavor, more intense than rolled parsley! They reach several feet in height and are ideal for salads, soups, and most Italian dishes. In addition, this plant produces a lot more greens than regular parsley!Parsley has a long and colorful history and is well known in many cultures. There are many myths and legends about this...
  • Italian, Genovese Basil

    Italian, Genovese Basil

    Italian, Genovese Basil This popular Basil variety has gigantic leaves. Plants grow large green leaves 2 to 4 inches long. Compared to Genovese basil, the aroma and taste are sweeter and softer. It is used fresh in many cuisines, in sauces, salads and cooked dishes.  Chefs in the Neapolitan region of Italy consider this sweet basil of the Genoese type to be the main...
  • Summer Savory

    Summer Savory

    Summer Savory Summer savory leaves have a peppery flavor and are used fresh or dried to flavor meats, beans, eggs, and salads. Аn annual plant that grows best in well-drained soil and is excellent at repelling insects. In traditional cuisine, Summer savory, a mildly spicy herb native to the Mediterranean region, was widely used by Greek and Roman cultures; it is still often used...
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