Classic Genovese Italian type basil, perfect for pesto, drying, and caprese salads.
Subtly sweet citrus flavor. Used often in Southeast Asian cuisine. This annual will be a great addition to your herbal toolbox.
Widely used throughout Southeast Asia, its flavor, described as anise- and licorice-like and slightly spicy, is more stable under high or extended cooking temperatures than that of sweet basil.
More spicy and peppery than Thai Basil, but often used in Southeast Asia as well. Holy Basil is also used for medicinal purposes.
Sweet lemon flavor that can be used in desserts, teas, and cocktails. Lemon Verbena likes warm weather and will not live year round unless brought indoors, so ideal for containers.
Used in so many cultures, but certaintly a must for salsa. We recomend planting in a large pot that can be kept inside as cilantro will quickly bolt (go to flower) in the heat.
Nothing beats the smell of fresh dill! Use in a myriad of dishes from fish to eggs and of course pickles!
Native to the Mediterrainian, rosemary will overwinter and come back season after season.
Oh if we only had more thyme! Also from the Mediterranian, thyme is part of the mint family and will return season after season.
Flat leaf parsley or Italian parsley. This herb is more flavor packed than its curly garnish cousin.
Cousin to garlic and onion, this perennial herb will continue to come back and spread. Continually snip on its leaves to encourage new growth. And don't forget the flowers are edible too!
French tarragon is a highly aromatic culinary herb with a slight licorice flavor. Dubbed the "King of Herbs" in France for its ability to elevate any dish. Perennial plant, so will survive winter.
Also part of the mint family, oregano is a classic meditteranian herb used in a variety of dishes. This is also a perennial and will return each year.
The wisest of the herbs. Hardy perennial that will return each year and perfect addition to beans!
This hardy Dutch varitey is suited for best for our climate. However lavender likes to be dry, so don't overwater and make sure your soil is well draining.
Nature's natural sweetener. Make your own tincture or dry and powder for baking. This grows as an annual in our climate.
Traditionally grown for culinary and medicinal purposes, this aromatic plant has ornamental value in a wild or meadow garden setting. It's known for being attractive to pollinators like bees and butterflies.
Great for attraction pollinators, but can be used in a culinary sense. Drought tolerant and resistant to deer. This perennial prefers a bit of shade as well.