Herb Seeds

Growing your own culinary and medicinal herbs is fun and easy and a great way to support your cooking. They often look beautiful and attract pollinators at the same time as being great to eat, or make salves, or tinctures, or teas. Many herbs are also well suited for container growing or indoor / windowsill growing.

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Cilantro Seed, ORGANIC

Coriandrum sativum That delicious, distinctive, and irreplaceable herb. Fresh leaves best harvested before flowering. Leaves are cilantro, seeds are coriander. Suitable for growing in containers. Easy to grow by direct...

Cilantro Seed, Slo-Bolting

Coriandrum sativum Great cilantro flavor, yet slower to bolt. Fresh leaves best harvested before flowering. Leaves are cilantro, seeds are coriander. Suitable for growing in containers. Easy to grow by...

Clary Sage Seed

Expected to be back in stock by early May Salvia sclarea Large herb grows 3-5' with gorgeous purple and white flowers and makes a dramatic backdrop to any garden. Extremely...

Codonopsis Seed

Native to China, this is a fascinating vining perennial with small leaves and bell-shaped blossoms. Also called "Poor Man's Ginseng," roots are harvested after 3 years and used in a...

Culinary Herb Garden Collection Gift Tin

Where would we be without herbs? Our food would be a lot less tasty, that's for sure. You'll be cooking with panache with this collection of our 8 most popular...

Cumin Seed

Cuminum cyminum An important spice internationally. 12-18" tall, this heat loving herb needs about 120 days of growing to obtain mature seeds. The seed has a warm, earthy, slightly bitter...

Dandelion Seed, Common Wild

Expected to be back in stock by early April Taraxacum officinale Young leaves are a good source of many nutrients such as Vitamin A. Leaves are eaten like spinach or...

Dill Seed, Bouquet, ORGANIC

Expected to be back in stock by early May Anethum graveolens Dwarf variety only grows 3' high. Very aromatic and produces lots of flavorful leaves and seeds. Great companion to...

Dill Seed, Dukat

Expected to be back in stock by late February Anethum graveolens High oil content creates a delicate fragrance and fine sweet leaves that hold well. Easy-to-grow dwarf variety grows 12-24"...

Dill Seed, Mammoth Long Island

Anethum graveolens A vigorous variety that seeds readily. Popular for pickling. Plant can grow up to 4' tall if given the chance. One of the best producers of seed heads....

Fennel Seeds - Florence

Foeniculum vulgare Licorice-flavored bulb used as a vegetable with leaves, stalks and seeds as a culinary herb. Moderately frost-tolerant. Full sun. Annual.

Feverfew Seed

Expected to be back in stock by early May Tanacetum parthenium Well known for many, many uses as an herbal remedy. Produces 24" plants with citrus-scented leaves and small daisy-like...