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Largest Selection of
Culinary & Medicinal Plants
Natural Supplements
for Overall Wellness
• Specialty Teas
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713 Sodom-Hutchings Road SE • Vienna, Ohio
Allheal a
Prunella vulgaris P S F E
As the name suggests, infusion is effective medicine for most internal and external wounds
due to its astringent action. Also as a gargle for
score throat.
Aloe Vera 9 a
Aloe barbadensis P
The famous healing plant. Fresh leaves can be
split and gel applied to treat minor burns, sunburn, wrinkles, insect bites, minor cuts, scratches,
and skin irritations. The juice is also used internally for ulcers. Grow indoors in good light.
Andrographis panicultata A S E
(Kalmegh) In Scandinavia this is now the main
herb used to fight the common cold, flue and
upper respiratory infections. Clinical trials have
shown this herb really works and many believe
that is is better than echinacea. Like echinacea, it
works by boosting the immune system, helping
the body to battle infections and to prevent them
from reoccurring in the future. But it does more:
it has adoptogen-like properties, it has anticancer
activity. It is a bitter tonic, and it is an antioxidant
that has been shown to protect the liver. In China
and India, the plant is commonly used to treat
a wide range of infections such as gastrointestinal complaints, hepatitis, herpes, and throat
infections. In short this is one amazing medicinal
herb! Easy to grow and easy to use.
Anise Verbena 9 w W
Lippia alba P
Slow growing shrub whose leaves possess a
remarkable sweet anise scent.
Aztec Sweet Herb a
Phyla dilcis
(Lippia dulcis) Mexican herb used since at least
the time of the Aztecs for coughs, colds, bronchitis, asthma, and colic. Leaves contain the
intensely sweet compound hernandulcin, but
high camphor content makes them an unsuitable sugar substitute. Low creeper, with small
white flowers; excellent in hanging baskets.
Bacopa monniera A
Improves mental clarity and memory! (Brahimi; Thyme-leaved gratiola) This is the true
medicial bacopa, not be confused with the
ornamental bacopa (Sutera) commonly used in
hanging baskets. The whole plant is medicinal;
a nerve and cardiac tonic with a tranquilizing
action similar to resperine. In India it is a dependable remedy for the treatment of debility,
nervous breakdown, epilepsy, hysteria, and
insanity. The juice of the fresh leaves is given
is given to children for catarrh, bronchitis, and
diarrhea, or in cases of acute bronchitis and
other coughs, a poultice is made of boiled herb
is applied to the chest. Also used as a diuretic
and to treat rheumatism. Bacopa is a fast
growing succulent annual creeping herb found
in wet places throughout the Indian subcontinent. Easy to grow in pots or outdoors as a
summer annual.
Balloon Flower
Platycodon grandiflorus P S F E
Interesting profuse blue flowers resemble
balloons just before opening. Important herb
of the Orient, cough remedy is prepared from
the roots; wholesome young foliage added to
Agasache foeniculum P F E
Attractive honey plant; produces abundant
nectar which yields a light fragrant honey.
Strongly anise-scented; delightful for tea or as a
culinary seasoning. Showy purple flowers.
Arnica, American a
Arnica chamissonis P F E
An analysis performed at the Vienna Pharmacognostic Institute indicates that this plant has
the same medicinal action as the European
variety. Arnica montana, but grows more readily in alkaline soil.
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Withania somnifera A S M
Highly regarded Ayurvedic (Indian) medicine
herb sometimes called “Indian ginseng.” It is
the primary strengthening tonic in Ayurveda;
used for everything from general weakness,
rheumatism, insomnia, infertility, impotence
and “weakness of the mind.”
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poisonous (use with caution)
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Ocimum basilicum ‘Ararat’ A S X E
Striking foliage infused with purple markings.
Strong sweet flavor with a licorice overtone. Perfect
for salads, pestos, tomato dishes, and as a garnish.
Ararat Basil
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Ocimum basilcum ‘Genovese’ A
Standard large-leaf variety.
Thai Basil 9 a w W
Ocimum sp. A S X E
Similar to anise basil, but the flavor and
fragrance is distinctively less licorice-like. This
is the true strain used in Vietnamese and Thai
cooking. Essential fresh cut accopaniment
to many Vietnamese dishes, including pho, a
famous beef or chicken noodle soup. Addictive!
Genovese Basil
9 a wW O
Ocimum basilicum minimum ‘Greek’ A S X E
Improved bush basil variety with smaller leavers, tight compact bushes, and uniform growth.
Excellent as pot plants
Greek Bush Basil
Holy Red and Green Basil
Ocimum sanctum A S X E
(Tulsi, Holy Basil) The true sacred basil grown
in houses, gardens, and near temples all over
India. Mildly intoxicating clove-scented leaves
are used in salads and other cold dishes. Note
that much of what is old as sacred or holy basil
is actually spice basil, listed separately.
Lime Basil
9 wW
Ocimum americanum
Wonderful lime-scented version of lemon basil
from Thailand.
Mrs. Burns Lemon Basil 9 w W
Ocimum basilicum ‘Mrs. Burns’ A S X E
Excellent lemon scent with larger leaves and
more robust growth habit than the standard
lemon basil variety. Up to 3 ft. with pink flowers.
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Ocimum basilicum ‘Osmin’ A S X E
Darkest of the purple basils. Leaves somewhat
smaller than Rubin basil and less prone to lean.
Height 20”.
Osmin Basil
Pistou Basil
9a W
Ocimum basilicum ‘Pistou’ A S X E
Bush type with small leaves and a highly uniform dwarf compact habit. Excellent for pots
and borders. Height 8”
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Ocimum basilicum A S X E
Long time popular variety. Large foliage.
Sweet Basil
Sweet Dani Lemon Basil
Ocimum basilicum ‘Sweet Dani’ A S X E
All-American Winner for 1998. Leaves burst with
lemon scent when touched. Improved lemon
scent, high in essential oil and citral content.
Excellent with fish, in soups, salads, desserts, and
much more. Height 2 ft. Developed by Jim Simon
and Mario Morales at Purdue University.
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Bay Laurel 9 a O
Laurus nobilis
Like wine, thyme and leeks, bay leaf is a foundation flavor of French cuisine. Meat, fish, and
poultry dishes almost always have a touch.
Frost-sensitive small trees; best grown in tubs
that afford easy movement indoors during winter. Note: Bay seeds will not germinate if they
dry out too much in storage.
Beardtongue a
Pensemon barbatus P S F E
Considered a ‘life medicine’ by he Navajo
people who have used it for menstrual pain,
stomach ache, wounds, swellings and coughs.
Brilliant red tubular flowers. Prefers sandy or
gravelly soil on a slope.
Atropa belladonna P S F M
Source of atropine, valuable in treating eye
diseases and spasms. External applications
lessen local inflammation and pain. Do not use
without medical supervision.
Betel 9 a
Piper betle P
(Paan) The betel leaf is a stimulant herb taken
daily by millions of people but is little-known
outside Asia. The leaves are folded into neat
triangular packets, filled with slaked lime, areca
nuts and other spices such as cardamom, cloves
and fennel. The packets are chewed at the end of
a meal to freshen the breath. The packets, called
paan, are made fresh and sold by street vendors
throughout India. In Vietnam, the leaf is a traditional conversation starter and a symbol of love
and marriage. The plant is a small vine, about 3 ft.
long, covered in shiny, heart-shaped, love-inducing, and breath-freshening leaves. Needs part sun
or shade a minimum temperature of 60 degrees F.
Bloody Dock 9 a
Rumex sanguineus P S F E
(Red-veined dock; Boodwort) A British native
with rosettes of striking light green leaves marked
with bright maroon-colored veins. Very interesting new salad green! Young leaves are used like
spinach, fresh in salads or blanched a few seconds in boiling water. Has been used medicinally
for cancer and for various blood diseases.
poisonous (use with caution)
Blue Cohosh
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Caulophyllum thalictroides P F D $
Much esteemed by Amerindians to aid labour,
check excessive menstruation, and treat abdominal and urinary problems. Has potential as a contraceptive on account of its estrogenic properties.
Burnet Salad 9 a w W
Poterium sanguisorba
(Sanguisorba minor) Nut-cucumber flavor
of leaves is welcome in all salads with French
dressing or mayonnaise. Also in soups, casseroles, herb vinegars and cream cheeses.
Improves skin in facial treatments.
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Elettaria cardamomum P X D
Ground seeds are essential in Indian cuisine.
Cardamom’s perfumed flavor is delicious in
lassi, and in Indian spiced tea. Scandinavians
use it liberally in pastries. Leaves are used
in curried in Trinidad. Makes an appealing
houseplant with its perfumed leaves, even if it
is difficult to coax into blooms.
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Nepeta cataria P S F E
Favorite of cat lovers, for cats relish the intoxicating leaves. Tea is popular nightcap, as it induces a
good night’s sleep. Remedy for colds and fevers.
Celandine a
Chelidonium majus P S F E
Latex juice mixed with vinegar is said to remove
warts and corns. Decoctions is useful for stomach
pains and inflammation of the bilary duct. New research indicates it has potent anticancer properties.
German Chamomile a w W O
Matricaria recutitia W S E
(M. Chamomilla) Annual (reseeds itself ). The
most porlific producer of flowers.
Roman Chamomile a w W O
Chamaemelum nobile P S F E
(Anthemis nobilis) Traditional ground cover in
English gardens and pathways, where it is cut
like grass.
Curled Chervil
Anthriscus cerefolium ‘Crispum’ A S F E
Lucious green leaves have special subtle flavor.
Traditionally used in all spring soups and salads. Can improve every dish in which parsley is
used. Curled leaves make a handsome garnish.
Chinese Milkvetch
Astragalus memranaceus P S F E
(Chinese astragalus; Huang qi) One of the most
important Chinese medicinal herbs, especially
for its immune enhancing properties. Tonifies the
spleen, especially in cases of fatigue. Boosts and
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tonifies chi. Cardiotonic, lower blood pressure
and blood sugar; improves circulation. Beneficial
effect on kidneys, liver and endocrine system.
Chinese Privet a
Ligustrum lucidum P S F M
(Nepal privet; Nu-zhen-zi) Chinese medical
herb. Invigorates the liver and kidney; for
tinnitus, blurred vision, dizziness, premature
graying, and helps enhance white cell counts,
especially after radio - or chemotherapy. Bushy,
evergreen shrub hardy to zone 7. Commonly
grown for bonsai.
Garlic Chives 9 a
Allium tuberosum P S F X E
Flat leaved variety from Japan. Irresistible
combination of garlic and chives. Has become
popular wherever regular chives are used.
Showy white flowers.
Grolau Chives 9 a
Allium schoenoprasium ‘Grolau’ P S F X E
(Windowsill chives) Swiss strain developed for
greenhouse forcing. Excellent, strong flavor
and thick, dark green leaves. Suitable for indoor
culture; less susceptible to turn yellow or leggy.
Produces the best when cut continously.
Cilantro 9 a
Coriandrum sativum ‘99057’ A S E
(Chinese parsley) Compact selection for potted
plant production. Sow directly in pots.
Cinnamon Yam 9 a
Dioscorea batatas P X E
(Chinese yam; Shan yao; D. Opposita) Tall
climbing vine from the Philippines with white,
cinnamon-scented flowers and edible tubers
that measure up to 3 ft. Propagated by small
aerial-borne tubers.
Meadow Clary a W
Salvia pratensis P S F E
(Meadow sage) Larger, very showy, bright
blue flowers. Sometimes used like clary sage.
Cnidium A S E
(She chuang) Chinese stimulant and aphrodisiac used to treat impotency. Also used as
a vaginal wash against trichomoniasis and to
treat scabies and fungal diseases.
Comfrey 9 a
Symphytum officinale P S F X E
Variety known and used for centuries. Purple,
rose or white flowers.
poisonous (use with caution)
Yellow Coneflower a
Ratibida columnifera B/P S F E
Native wildflower used by the Navajo and
Cheyenne Indians as an analgesic for chest
pains, wounds and fevers. Also used as a treatment for poison ivy. Yellow, droopy daisy-like
flowers in summer. Height 12-40”
Coreopsis tinctoria
Important dyeplant: flowerheads yield bright
yellow-orange shades for fabrics. Cheery garden plants.
Chrysanthemum balsamita P
(Bible leaf) The sweet-smellng leaves may be used
for tea or in herb pillows. Fresh leaves, picked before
flowering, used in salads, sauces, soups and in cold
drinks where a little goes a long way.
Primula veris P S F E
(P. Officinalis) A most attractive English
wildflower with bright yellow sweet-smelling,
droopy blossoms in early spring. Tea made
from any part of the plant was once a common
remedy for pain and insomnia.
Helichrysum italicum P X M
(H. Angustifolium) Delightfully curry-scented
foliage. The essential oil is used to enhance
fruit flavors in confections and perfumes.
Origanum dictamnus P
(Hop marjoram) Woolly leaved relative of
oregano with similar spicy scent and uses. The
beautiful chartreuse and pink flowers may be
steeped for tea. Excellent for hanging baskets
Dragon’s Blood Clover
Trifolium repens ‘Dragon’s Blood’
Was Godzilla slain on a field of clover? This
striking clover from Japan has green and white
variegated leaves splattered with what looks for
all the world like blood-red droplets on each
leaf. On a less gory note, this species was once
used by the Delaware and Cherokee Indians to
treat colds, fevers and coughs. Excellent ground
cover for sun or partial sun. Height 5”
Dwarf Santolina a O W
Santolina chamaecyparissus P S X M
(Lavender cotton) Attractive low bushy herb
with aromatic grey-green leaves. Traditionally
planted in knot gardens or low hedges. Leaf oils
are used in perfume. Hang dried bunches in
closets to repel moths. Dried flowers are used
in floral arrangements.
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Echinacea purpurea P S F X E
(Coneflower) Standard variety. Rich reddishpurple daisies appears from July - September.
Roots are the most potent part, but leaves and
seeds are also used in herbal medicines.
Fragrant Angel Echinacea a
Echinacea purpurea ‘Fragrant Angel’ P
Hard as it is to imagine improving upon the wonder
herb echinacea, here is a plant that does just that.
Not only is it beautiful, easy to grow, very hardy, and
can be used to make home remedies, this echinacea
cultivar is scented too. Its majestic white flowers are
large layered, overlapping, nearly horizontal petals
and huge yellow cones. And its branching habit
means the blooming season extends right through
to fall. This is the perfect herb, cutflower and garden
plant all in one! Height 30”
Narrowleaf Echinacea
Echinacea angustifolia P S X M
Medicinally more active than the previous species. Slow to germinate, rarely exceeding 50%;
required 30-90 days at 40 degrees F to germinate. Studies suggest that treatment with the
hormone Ethrel quickens germination.
Elecampane 9 a O
Inula helemium P S F E
Dried root preparations quiet coughing, stimulate digestion, and tone the stomach. Flowers
yield yellow and orange dyes.
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Ephedra nevadensis P X E
(Mormon tea; Desert tea; Joint-fir) Unusual native of the southwestern U.S. desert regions. Foliage resembles that of the horsetail plant. Makes
a pleasant refreshing beverage tea, an excellent
substitute for coffee or tea. Contains traces of
ephedrine, a nerve stimulant resembling adrenaline. Has tonic effects, improves kidney action,
and relieves asthma. Prefers dry, alkaline soil.
Dittany of Crete
Eucalyptus Tree a O W
Eucalyptus globulus P X E
Cough drops and sore throat lozengers are
made with the oil. Powerful antiseptic. Helps
deodorize the air when grown indoors.
Apple Eucalyptus a O W
Eucalyptus bridgesiana P X E
Fragrance similar to that of ripe apples.
Lemon Eucalyptus a O W
Eucalyptus citriodora P X E
Crushed leaves emit a delightful lemon scent.
poisonous (use with caution)
Evening Primrose a
Oenothera biennis B S F E
Oil in seeds contains gammalinolenic acid (GLA),
a precursor of prostaglandin E1 that is very active, biologically regulating such functions as the
vessel and immune systems. By supplementing
the diet with GLA, one can bypass a blockage of
prostaglandin E1 production caused by aging,
poor diet, or alcoholism. Chronic complaints
such as PMS disappear. Roots can be eaten as a
vegetable; shoots as a salad.
Bronze Fennel 9 a wW
Foeniculum vulgare duce ‘Rubrum’ P S F E
Highly decorative form of fennel with bronzered, lacy foliage. Leaves can be used like green
Florence Fennel
Foeniculum vulgare azoricum P S F E
(Finocchio) Unlike sweet fennel, this produces
a bulbous base of delicate anise flavor and crisp
texture. Superb sliced raw in green salads, sauteed,
or quartered in chicken casseroles. Does best in cool
weather; sow direct in July to mature by fall or start
early indoors and plant out in spring.
9a O
Trionelaa foenum-graecum A S E
Common ingredient of curry powder. Used in
oriental sauces, soups, stews, and for seasoning
and preserving butter. Enjoys much commercial use for making imitation maple, vanilla,
caramel and butterscotch flavors.
Feverfew a
Tanacetum parthenium P F E
A medical survey in England indicates that 1 to
4 leaves of feverfew infused in a tea or eaten in a
sandwich daily reduce the number and severity
of migraine attacks in some sufferers. It even has
pleasant side effects including a sense of wellbeing, lack of tension and relief from arthritis.
Approx. 0.4% parthenolide.
Fo-Ti a
Polygonum multiflorum
(He-show-wu) Legendary Oriental “Elixir of Life”
said to possess rejuvenating properties. Some believe fo-ti was used by a certain Professor Li Chung
Yun who lived to the ripe old age of 256! So the
story goes, early in life, Li developed the penchant
for taking a daily concoction containing the “elixir
of life.” He is said to have outlived 23 wives, and left
behind 11 generations of descendants when he
died in 1933! Fo-ti is one of the most widely used
tonic herbs in traditional Chinese medicine. Roots
are used to restore blood, liver and kidneys, and
is prescribed for conditions as varied as vertigo,
insomnia, lumbago, and constipation. Recent
evidence shows it to be effective against high blood
pressure and hardening of the veins and arteries.
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Liatris spicata P S F E
Features strong spikes of deep rosy-purple
flowers. Tuberous roots make a soothing tea
valuable in kidney diseases or as a gargle for
sore throat.
Apple Geranium 9 W
Pelargonium odoratissimum P
Charming Victorian favorite. Delightful apple
and cinnamon fragrances.
Attar of Roses Geranium 9 W O
Pelargonium capitatum ‘Attar of Roses’ P
Vigorous growing plant with deeply cut leaves.
Excellent rose scent; useful perfume substitute
for ‘Attar of Roses’
Chocolate Mint Geranium 9 W
Pelargonium quercifolium ‘Chocolate-Mint’ P
Strong minty scent that some noses swear has a
hint of chocolate. Velvety, purple streaked leaves.
Cinnamon Geranium
Pelargonium crispum ‘Cinnamon’ P
Small crisped leaves have a lemon scent with a
hint of cinnamon. Compact growth habit.
Fingerbowl Lemon Geranium
Pelargonium crispum ‘Minor’ P
Strong lemon scent. Tiny crisped leaves. Stiff
upright habit. A fresh sprig added to the after
dinner fingerbowl added an elegant touch to
the Victorian dinner table.
Ginger Geranium
Pelargonium ‘Torento’ P
Faint ginger scent. Showy rose-lavender flowers.
Joy Lucille Geranium
Pelargonium ‘Joy Lucille’ P
Alluring felt-like leaves are fun to touch. Strong
mint scent.
Nutmeg Geranium 9 W
Pelargonium x fragrans P
Small dainty plant with a spicy nutmeg scent.
Pink Austrian Geranium
Pelargonium peltatum
Trailing plants, ideal for hanging baskets and
window boxes.
Red Austrian Geranium
Pelargonium peltatum
Trailing plants, ideal for hanging baskets and
window boxes.
poisonous (use with caution)
Strawberry Geranium 9 W
Pelargonium x scarboroviae P
(Countess of Scarborough geranium) Small
crisped leaves are pleasantly strawberry-scented.
Tend to stay compact in size.
Good King Henry
Chenopodium bonus-henricus P S F E
(Mercury; Wild spinach) Wholesome potherb
rich in iron and vitamin C. In use since Neolithic times. Shoots gathered when 5” high are
peeled, boiled and eaten like asparagus. Young
tender leaves are eaten cooked or in salads like
spinach. Flower spikes can be steamed and
buttered like broccoli. Remedy for indigestion,
constipation. Thrives in partial sun. Height 2 ft.
Gotu Kola 9 a
Hydrocotyle asiatica P X M
(Centella asiatica) Small creeping tropical plant
used for centuries in India. Believed to have
remarkable rejuvenating properties. One or two
freshly chopped leaves daily in salads or liquefied in juice are said to retard the aging process.
Research shows that it is valuable for treatment
of burns, wounds, scars and varicose veins
because it stimulates the development of connective tissue. Of easy culture humus-rich soil
where humidity is high. May be necessary to
enclose plants in plastic bags during dry winter
months. Avoid direct sunlight.
Heartsease 9 a
Viola tricolor B S F E
(Johnny jump up) Old English favorite with
charming small purple, lavender and yellow
flowers. Was once a potent symbol of romance
for courting couples. Used for dropsy, respiratory
catarrh and skin eruptions. Flowers are edible.
Heliotrope a W O
Heliotropium arborescens P SX E
Sweet scented violet-blue flowers are favorites as
pot plants or outdoor bedding plants. Cultivated
for perfumery and for scenting bath waters. Has
been used for “clergyman’s sore throat.”
Horehound a
Marrubium vulgare P S F E
Horehound candies were once the standard
remedy for coughs in Europe and North America.
An infusion of the herb is good for weak stomach,
lack of appetite and persistent bronchitis.
Dwarf Hyssop
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Hyssopus officinalis P S F E
Decorative Plant with refreshing aromatic
scent. Slightly bitter leaves are finely chopped
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on salad, game meats, soups and stews. Helps
digestion. Essential oil used in perfumery.
Showy spikes of blue flowers.
Jacob’s Ladder
Polemonium caeruleum P S F E
Leaflets are assemble in ladder form. Showy
bright blue flowers. Remedy for nervous complaints, headaches and palpitations of the heart.
Jasmine a W O
Jasmimum officinale affine P
The incomparable fragrance of jasmine has been
an inspiration for poets throughout the ages. Its
white flower petals are a mainstay of the perfume
industry. Normally vines, they can be kept bushy
by pruning. Suited for window or greenhouse.
Arabian Jasmine a W O
Jasminum sambac P
(Nyctandthes sambac) Few flowers capture the
heart and soul of Asia as Jasminum sambac
does. This species is the national flower of
Indonesia and the Philippines, and is a symbol
of purity, beauty, and eternal love. It is used in
religious offerings, to adorn altars, and to make
welcome garlands for guests. People wear corsages or crowns made with flowers strung together,
and wear perfumes made from the distilled oil.
In China the flowers are used in jasmine tea. The
origin is thought to be India, not Arabia, but now
it is cultivated widely throughout southern Asia.
The white flowers borne in clusters of 3-12 together open at night to emit an intoxicating sweet
scent that few people can resist. In the tropics
the plant grows as a small sprawling shrub, 10 ft.
high, but in pots it can easily be kept to a more
manageable 2-3 ft. with regular pruning. Requires
moist soil and full or part sun.
Joe-Pye Weed a
Eupatorium purpureum P S F E
(Gravelroot) Tall graceful native of eastern U.S.
Leaves emit a vanilla-scent when crushed;
flowers rosy-purple. Indians and pioneers used
it to induce sweating to break fevers. Valuable
remedy for kidney problems.
La Lot
Piper Iolot
(Lolot pepper) Vietnamese herb related to black
pepper. The glossy, heart shaped leaves are
blanched briefly in boiling water and then used
as a flavoring wrap for beef. Typically, wrapped
beef pieces are skewered and then grilled.
Alternatively, beef rolls made with ground beef
and pork are wrapped in la lot leaves, then fried
and served with rice. The leaves can also be used
fresh chopped in, for example, Vietnamese beef
omelette, and on roast beef. Recently a traditional
use of la lot in treatment of inflammation received scientific validation when compounds in
the leaves were found to have the ability to inhibit
platelet aggregation, as essential step in reducing
inflammation. Excellent house plant.
poisonous (use with caution)
Labrador Tea w 9 a
Ledum groenlandicum P
Aromatic shrub found in damp areas throughout
northern North America. Narrow leathery leaves
are aromatic when crushed. Showy white scented
flowers cover the plants in spring. Spicy leaves can
substitute for bay leaf and are terrific on meats and
in marinades. The fragrant tea made from dried
leaves was popular during the American Revolution
when British tea was boycotted by the colonists. The
tea is stilled enjoyed today. The tea is also useful for
headaches, asthma, colds, and stomach problems.
Requires moist, acidic soil rich in organic matter in
shade or partial shade. Height 20”
Chinese Lantern 9 a
Physalis alkekengi P S F E
French Lavender 9 a W
Lavandula stoechas P S X E
(Spanish lavender) The standard L. Stoechas
from with narrow grey downy leaves and dark
violet flowers. Camphor-rosemary scent.
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Lavandula dentata ‘Goodwin Creek Grey’ P
Outstanding hybrid discovered by lavender
specialist Jim Becker. It has attractive silvery
toothed leaves and long spikes of deep purpleblue flowers, reaching up to 28”. Excellent for
landscape use, and in containers, and is even
suitable for use as topiaries. Withstands heat
and humidity better than most varieties, flowering throughout the summer.
Hidcote Lavender 9 a W O
Lavandula angustifolia ‘Hidcote’ P S F E
Compact silver-grey; flowers deep purple.
Height 12”
Lady Lavender
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Lavandula angustifolia ‘Lady’ P S F E
A very nice improvement on English lavender.
This is the first strain to flower consistently
in the first year from seed. Uniform, compact
branching habit; 8-10” tall. Lavender-blue flowers. All-American selection 1994.
Munstead Lavender 9 a W
Lavandula angustifolia ‘Mustead’ P S F M
Flowers lavender-blue, bluer and earlier than
most. Compact narrow green foliage. Height 18”
9a WO
Lavandula x intermedia P
(Dutch lavender; Lavandin; L hortensis) Hybrid
between L. Angustifolia and L. Latifolia. Prew beverage plant
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Melidda officinalis P S F X E
Standard variety.
Lemongrass 9 a w W O
Cymbopogon citratus
(West Indian lemongrass) Delightful lemonscented grass grown throughout the tropics and
in greenhouses. Tangy enlarged leaf bases are essential in Thai and Vietnamese dishes. Leaves are
used to flavor fish, soups, curries and sauces, and
to make a pleasant tea, consumed hot or cold.
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Aloysia triphylla
This plant is a “must!” its sweet, strongly lemon-flavored leaves blend well with most other
tea herbs. Leaves enhance all drinks, salads,
jellies, sauces, soups, fish or meat dishes and
desserts which call for lemon as an ingredient
or as a garnish.
Lemon Verbena
Goodwin Creek Lavender
Spanish Lavender 9 a W
Lavandula dentata
(French lavender) Indented leaves are strongly
resinous in odor. Light purple flowers and light
purple bracts near top of inflorescence. Ideal
for indoor culture.
Lemon Balm
Edible berries are borne inside fascinating
orange chinese lantern-lie calyces. Berries are
eaten raw, or in preserves and pies. Recommended for fevers and gout.
Provence Lavender
ferred by commercial growers in the Provence
region of France. High oil content and easier to
harvest by machinery.
Licorice Flag 9 a W
Acorus gramineus ‘Licorice’ P
All parts of the plant burst with an absolutely
stunning licorice scent when squeezed. Used
in Thai cooking, and deserving of experimentation whenever a new flavor twist is desired.
Important Chinese medicinal herb used to
treat lack of appetite, gastritis, and depression.
Prefers full or partial sun in wet soil or in water
garden. Grows 12”, grass-like foliage.
Licorice 9 a O
Glycyrrhiza glabra P S F M
The source of most commercial licorice used in
the making of candy, liquor, and as a sweetener
for herb tea. Extracts flavor tobacco, beer, soft
drinks and pharmaceutical products. Powerful anti-inflammatory properties effective for
arthritis, gastritis, canker sores. Also a mild
laxative. 3 year old roots are harvested in the
Lime Balm 9 a w W
Melissa officinalis ‘Lime’ P
Very similar to lemon balm in appearance and
growth but the scent is closer to lime. A new twist!
Uses for tea and medicine are much the same.
poisonous (use with caution)
Lion’s Tail
Leonotis leonurus P
(Lion’s ear; Wild dagga) The botanical species
name means lion’s ear’ but the impressive orange
flower spikes look more like a lion’s tail than an
ear! It is a tall native of southern Africa where it is
used for epilepsy, headache, hypertension, and
for stomach and bronchial problems. It is used
like marijuana by Hottento tribesmen as the resinous tops and leaves have an euphoriant effect.
‘Dagga’ is a local name for marijuana in southern
Africa, hence the name ‘wild dagga.’ Height 3-6 ft.
Liverwort a
Hepatica acutiloba P
Small woodland native of eastern North America. Tea made from the leaves and flowers treats
problems of the liver, gallbladder, kidneys, and
bladder. Stops gastric bleeding. Lavender, blue,
pink or white flowers appear in early spring
before the leaves emerge.
Great Lobelia
Lobelia siphilitica P S F E
Showy U.S. native with large blue flower spikes.
Employed by Indians along with mayapple
(Podophyllum peltatum) to treat venereal
Lungwort a
Pulmonaria officinalis
(Jerusalem cowslip) Attractive low-growing perennial with white spotted leaves and pink/blue
flowers. Flowering tops are astringent; useful for
coughs, bronchitis, excess mucus, hemorrhoids
and diarrhea. Young leaves used in salads and
soups. Prefers moist, shady locations.
Tangerine Marigold 9
Tagetes tennufolia A S E
Similar in habit to lemon marigold but with
bright tangerine-orange flowers. You can
brush your hands thru the flowers & enjoy the
tangerine fragrance! It can also be used in herb
flower salads.
Meadowsweet a
Melilotus officinalis P S F E
Attractive European wildflower with sweet
almond-scented yellow-white or reddish flowers. Contains salicylic acid, chemically similar
to ASA. Useful for flue, gout, rheumatism,
arthritis, fever, etc. Once added to herbal beers
and wine.
Mini Curryplant 9 W
Helichrysum italicum microphyllum P
Smaller version of the curryplant. Lovely compact busy growth habit, reaching only 12” high.
Scent is stronger than the regular curryplant.
Mini Silver Licorice
Helichrysum petilatum P
Excellent hanging basket plant with small
rounded woolly leaves. This is not the source of
licorice flavor; used mainly for dried arrangements.
Lemon Gem Marigold
Tagetes tenuifolia A S E
Lemon yellow single flowers; free-blooming.
Fine lacy foliage.
Mexican Mint Marigold
Tagetes minuta A S E
Orange Gem Marigold
Tagetes tenuifolia A S E
Similar to other citrus marigolds; bright orange
Red Gem Marigold 9
Tagetes tenuifolia A S E
Like other citrus marigolds; with bright red
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Mentha suaveolens P
Soft gray-green round leaves have an applementhol fragrance. Delightful for tea.
‘Weedkiller’ plants. It destroys noxious weeds,
including ground elder, bindweed, couch
grass and ground ivy. Also effective mosquito
control. Dried leaves flavor soups, meats and
vegetables. Recent research suggests it has
powerful anti-viral properties. Tall (up to 6 ft.)
erect habit; rarely flowers in temperate zones.
Mentha avensis ‘Banana’ P
This mint from France really smells of bananas!
The unexpected fruitiness inspires a creative
gastronomic tangent. Dazzle friends and family
with banana mint recipes.
Banana Mint
Menta ‘Berries & Cream’ P
Sweet and fruity, like a bowl of fresh berries and
cream. Mint breeder and innkeeper Jim Westerfield continues to delight with his mint creations
and this is another winner. Leaves are tasty
chopped fresh for wonderful added as a garnish.
Berries & Cream™ Mint
poisonous (use with caution)
Mentha ‘Candied Fruit’ P
“In my early years, I worked in a small grocery
store. One day I was given the job of stocking a
small seasoning rack. Along the way, I couldn’t
resist sneaking a whiff of a small container
marked ‘Candied Fruit.’ It seems that I NEVER
forgot that delicious aroma.” And so years later
that memory lives on as Candied Fruit mint.
Candied Fruit™ Mint
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Mentha x piperita piperita
For years we were convinced the ‘chocolateness’ was a figment of someone’s imagination.
Peppermint is overlaid by something that adds
up to a striking ‘peppermint patty’ scent. A real
treat for discriminating noses.
Chocolate Mint
Mentha ‘Utility Citrus Kitchen’ P
“Marilyn states outright that is her favorite of
all the hybrids I’ve produced. She uses it in,
of all things, her early morning orange juice.
We both predict it will, in time, become one of
the most used utility mints in the professional
kitchens of the world.”
Citrus Kitchen™ Mint
Corsican Mint 9 a W
Mentha requienii P
Low carpet-forming mint with tiny leaves.
Strongly scented like pennyroyal. Not quite
hardy in our area.
Mentha ‘Cotton Candy’ P
“The first time I smelled this hybrid a voice in
my head said ‘Cotton Candy’. It had a certain
soft, sweet aroma, combined with, of all things,
pink flowers! What’s interesting is that there exists not one bottle of flavoring ANYWHERE on
any shelf in the world, whose label read ‘Cotton
Candy’. Nope, such a seasoning has simply
NEVER existed.”
English Mint 9 a w W O
Mentha spicata cv. P
Traditional favorite for mint jelly, peas, carrots,
potatoes, mint julep, lamb sauce. Won’t grow in
the tropics.
Mentha ‘Fruit Sensations’ P
“All of our gourmet food customers invariably
raved about the delicious aroma and flavor of
this beautiful mint hybrid.”
Mentha ‘Fruitasia’ P
“This is one beautiful mint. It actually makes
for one hell of a border plant. For sure, it is
excellent fruit dish mint. I call it a ‘must have
Fruitasia™ Mint
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Metha ‘Hillary’s Sweet Lemon’ P
Developed from apple and lime mint, it has
the sweet, fruity aroma of applemint lined with
a citrus edge. An aggressive female mint with
lavender flower spikes. Named after Hillary
Hillary’s Sweet Lemon Mint
Italian Spice™ Mint
Mentha ‘Italian Spice’ P
“We have served this neat hybrid in our gourmet restaurant as a side dish. We combined it
with garlic chives and fresh parmesan cheese.
This was combined with angel hair pasta.
And then to this was added lots of butter and
maybe, just a touch of fresh garlic. Mmmmm!
Mentha ‘Jim’s Fruit’ P
“Of all my hybrids, this might just be my
favorite. Its leaves are deep green with a truly
delicious, fruity aroma. It becomes a huge,
robust mint, seemingly very proud of itself. And
it should be - it’s gorgeous!”
Jim’s Fruit™ Mint
Menta ‘Julia’s Sweet Citrus’ P
‘Julia’s Sweet Citrus’ has bright green leaves,
roundish and slightly crinkly. The scent is a
wonderful melange of citrus. Great for teas and
punch, and for any dish calling for mint. Suited
for a sunny garden, and makes a great hanging
basket planted as it trails over. Flowers are
white tinged with a touch of purple.
Julia’s Sweet Citrus™ Mint
Cotton Candy™ Mint
Fruit Sensations™ Mint
Grapefruit Mint 9 a w W O
Menta x piperita ‘Grapefruit’
This beguiling mint has a spearmint flavor
with a strong grapefruit overtone. Hybrid of M.
suaveolens and M. X piperita.
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Mentha ‘Margarita’ P
Here’s to you! A big bold lime-scented mint for
your next margarita. This hybrid is a beauty,
with “lots of physical definition” as a breeder
Jim Westerfield puts it. And so it does, with perfectly shaped, groovy leaves, and a hint of dark
bronze at the tips at times. This mint means
fun. Does not spread by underground rhizomes
like most mints, but it still gets around by
aboveground runners.
Margarita™ Mint
Marshmallow™ Mint
Menta ‘Marshmallow’ P
The scent is a swirl of different notes but
marshmallow always seems to rise to the top.
But perception can vary, perhaps dependent on
your mood. But whatever your nose makes of
this mint, you will likely find yourself reminiscing of the past, of happy summers, and of roasting marshmallows around the campfire!
poisonous (use with caution)
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Menta x villosa P
(M. Nemorosa) Cuba’s famed mojito cocktail,
once a daily favorite of Ernest Hemingway, has
enjoyed a meteoric resurgence in popularity
since James Bond once drank one in the movie
‘Die Another Day’ The mojito, made with rum,
sugar, lime juice and Cuba’s unique mojito
mint, is now as essential staple of cocktail
lounges everywhere. Like all mints, it’s easy
to grow and will happily provide more than
enough sprigs for your mojitos. Salud!
Mojito Mint
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Mentha aquatica ‘Citrata’
(Eau de cologne mint; Bergamont mint; M. X
piperita citrata) Treasured for its very special
fragrance. Its hint of citrus is tantalizing in fruit
punches, teas and potpourris. The oil is an
ingredient in chartreuse and perfumes.
Mentha ‘Sister Julie’s Wintergreen’ P
“Four years ago my crossbreeding programs produced what seems to be the first true wintergreen
mint. Although just about EVERYONE connects
the wintergreen flavor and aroma to the mint
world, the real wintergreen aroma is actually
produced by the Gaultheria genus of plants.
What’s exciting is that the aroma of this new mint
is exactly that of the wintergreen mint candy. All
of the above equals one hell of a tea mint.”
Wintergreen™ Mint
Orange Mint
Verbascum thapsus B S F E
Striking yellow flower stalks rise from a woolly
leaf base in the second year. Good remedy for
coughs, hoarseness and bronchitis. All plant
parts can be used to produce yellow, bronze
and grey dyes.
Oregano-Thyme™ Mint 9
Mentha ‘Oregano-Thyme’ P
Yes, this does have oregano and thyme in it, but it
is not simply the sum total of those two herbs - it’s
something more. Breeder Jim Westerfield says
that this mint has so much culinary potential “it’s
actually scary!” In fact, he is already featuring it
in dishes created at his award-winning inn, The
Westerfield House near St. Louis.
German Myrtle 9 a W
Myrtus communis ‘Microphylla’ P
Dainty, small-leaved version of myrrh. Traditionally used in wedding bouquets. Lovely for
corsages and arrangements.
Peppermint 9 a w W O
Mentha x piperita piperita P
(Candymint) Peppermint tea is an old favorite - a
refreshing alternative to coffee and regular tea.
Excellent for stomach indigestion. Lends its spiciness to many dishes. Don’t be fooled by seeds labeled as ‘peppermint.’ peppermint can’t produce
seeds because its flowers are sterile.
Greek Myrtle 9 a W
Myrtus communis P X M
Classic evergreen shrub from the Mediterranean. Fragrant white flowers and leaves are
used in potpourri. Spicy leaves can be used in
cooking like bay leaf. Essential oil is used for
fragrance. Lovely house plant.
Pineapple Mint 9 a w W
Menta suaveolens ‘Variegata’ P
Similar to applemint with a sweeter, fruity
scent. White streaks vary with the season.
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Menta x gracilis
(American apple mint; Red mint) this mint is one
of the back bones of American mint oil industry.
It is the source of spearmint oil used mainly to
flavor chewing gum. Has characteristic dark red
or reddish purple stems and dark green leaves.
Excellent sweet scent and flavor. Ht. 12- 18”
Scotch Spearmint
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Mentha spicata
Best cooking mint. Excellent with carrots, peas
and potatoes, and for making mint sauces for
roast lamb.
Stinging Nettle 9 O
Urtica dioica P S F E
Drying or cooking removes stinging effect of
the leaves. Use in salt-reduced diets. Cooked
young shoots are rich in iron. Important biodynamic herb; increasing the potency of neighboring herbs, stimulating humus formation.
Fresh whole leaves produce green, gold and
chartreuse tones. Fresh nettles keep a larder
free of files and discourage frogs when planted
near beehives.
Compact Oregano 9 a
Origanum vulgare ‘Compactum’ P
Not especially strong, but nice dense compact
habit; fine subject for rockeries. Ht. 10”
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Mentha x piperita ‘Swiss’ P
This peppermint has a lighter, refreshing scent
and flavor. Used in the manufacture of a Swiss
brand of herbal candies.
Swiss Mint
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poisonous (use with caution)
Gold Crisp Oregano
Origanum vulgare ‘Aureum Crispum’ P
Attractive variety with roundish, crinkled leaves.
Gold crisp has a more delicate, ascendant habit;
very nice in window boxes, hanging baskets and
strawberry jars. Needs winter mulching to colder
climates or more suited as a pot plant.
Greek Oregano 9 a
Origanum vulgare hirtum P S X E
(O. Heracleoticum) This is the true oregano collected wild in the mountains of Greece. White
flowers; very hardy. Excellent flavor.
Italian Oregano 9 a W
Origanum sp.
Strong flavor. Similar to sweet marjoram.
Kent Beauty Oregano 9 a W
Origanum ‘Kent Beauty’ P
Round leaves on almost trailing branches and
attractive pink or purple flowers. Good aroma
and sharp bitter oregano flavor. A hybrid between O. Rotundifolium and O. Scabrum.
Zorba Red Oregano
Origanum vulgare ‘Zorba Red’ P
An entirely different oregano! Has enormous
ornamental possibilities for gardens, hanging
baskets, and container gardens. Spectacular
red-purple sprays dotted with pure white flowers
appear in early summer and keep on coming
well into the autumn. Its compact low spreading growth habit, dark green aromatic foliage
and waves of cascading lateral branches of rich
red-purple inflorescence create an impressive
floral display. And to think, this is a herb! Ht. 12”,
spread 28” Unauthorized propagation prohibited. Protected by US patent (USPPP#13,841)
Orris Root
Iris x germanica florentina P
Produces nearly white flowers with traces of blue
or purple. Dried powdered rhizome is the major
source of orrice, used in perfumery and potpourris.
Papalo 9 a W
Porophyllum ruderale ssp. Macrocephalum A S E
(Papaloquelite) Fabulous herb from Mexico.
This is really a type of strong coriander. The flavor gets stronger the older the leaves get. Grows
up to 8 ft. high, but can be harvested at a much
smaller stage when the flavor is milder. Used
for soups, stews, grilled meats, beans and salad,
much like cilantro. Papalo is only added at the
last moment to cooked dishes or used fresh.
in the home. Leaves are extra tightly curled with
deep green color. Strong stems; vigorous growth.
Medium early.
Italian Parsley 9
Petroselinum crispum neapolitanum B S E
Dark green, glossy leaves, strong flavor. Taller,
has larger leaves than the standard strain. Very
Mosscurled Parsley 9
Petroselinum crispum crispum B S E
Standard curled variety. Bright green, deeply
cut and finely divided leaves.
Mitchella repens P
(Squaw vine; Checkerberry) Attractive low growing evergreen herb common in forests throughout eastern throughout North America. Tea taken
in the last few weeks of pregnancy promotes
easier childbirth, according to native American
practice. Tea used as a wash for sore nipples.
Passion Flower O
Passiflora x alatocaerulea cv.
Prodigious climber with striking 4” white,
pink and purple flowers. The odd flowers are a
religious symbol, said to suggest the Crucifixion
scene, but to some the enlarged erect reproductive organs are a visual aphrodisiac! Good plant
for bright window or greenhouse. Nearly always
in bloom.
Passion Fruit 9 a
Passiflora edulis P X M
Unusual vine bearing spectacular star-like
lavender flowers. Edible purple fruits possess
pleasant flavor. Used as table fruit and in sherbet, jam and beverages. Grow in the sunniest
window or greenhouse and provide support of
trellis. Slow to germinate.
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Pogostemon patchouli P X M
One of the definitive perfumes of the Orient
and of India in particular. Widely used in perfumes and soaps, and even to perfume India
Ink. Leaves are excellent in potpourris and
sachets. Easy to grow.
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Metha pulegium P S F E
Used in earlier times to flavor pudding and
sauces. Tea is still used today to ease headache.
Strong minty aroma. Has insect repelling properties. Oil is an abortifacient. Not to be used by
pregnant women.
Afrodite Parsley 9
Petroselinum crispum crispum A S E
Leaves are so finely curled they look like lush
moss! Excellent for commercial pot plant
production and for decorative and kitchen use
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poisonous (use with caution)
Green Perilla
Perilla frutescens A S E
Great flavor - preferred variety for sushi.
Periwinkle a B
Vina minor P
Excellent ground cover for shaded areas. Dark
green, evergreen leaves; violet-blue flowers.
Astringent and sedative properties. Formerly
used for diarrhea and hemorrhages. Known
as Violet of the Sorcerers in France where it
was once hung at entrances to ward off evil
spirits and witches.
Pig’s Ears a
Cotyledon orbiculata P X E
(Plakkies) Excellent wart remedy, widely
recommended even by medical doctors,
in South Africa. Works on pets too. Thick,
fleshy, grey-green leaves are sliced lengthwise and placed cut side down on the wart
for 8-12 hours daily. Succulent shrub with
showy coral flowers on a stem up to 2 ft.
Very easy to grow.
Pink Cloves 9 W O
Dianthus caryophyllus ‘Grenadin’ P S F E
(Carnation) Clove-scented flowers were once
used to flavor ales and wines, especially celebration cups at coronations, hence it’s name ‘carnation.’ Fragrance is valuable in potpourris and
herb sachets. Clove-pink syrup, made by infusing
the petals in a hot sugar syrup, is delectable on
fruit salads or stewed fruits. ‘Grenadin’ is a mixture of pink, red and white double flowers.
Piss-Off Plant W a
Plectranthus ‘Sumcol 01’ P
Cats and dogs won’t go near it! Dogs and cats (and
rabbits too) stay away if a Piss-Off Plant is nearby.
For some reason, not yet understood, furry critters
absolutely detest the odor of this plant and won’t go
near it. When planted three feet apart, the Piss-Off
Plant can protect
a whole garden. Surprisingly, the plant is not particularly offensive to humans, and it does not harm
children or pets. And it has succulent leaves and
attractive lavender flowers. In fact, originally, it was
bred in Europe as an ornamental, and only later was
its unique animal-repelling feature discovered.
Unauthorized propagation is prohibited. Protected
by US patent (USPP# 13,843)
Plantago lanceolata
Recent studies of Plantain’s medicinal properties have supported its long traditional use
in the treatment of sores, cuts, insect bites &
stings. Apply crushed leaves directly to the bite
or cut for treatment. This herb has the ability
to destroy a wide range of micro-organisms &
stimulate the healing process. An infusion of
the leaves is good for all respiratory problems,
especially those involving mucous congestion.
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Pleurisy Root a
Asclepias tuberosa P S F E(Butterfly weed)
Bright orange-red flowers are worthy of attentions as an ornamental. Roots act specifically
on the lungs as an expectorant and anti-inflammatory. Valuable for all chest complaints,
including pleurisy.
Dwarf Pomegranate 9 a
Punica granatum ‘Nana’ P X M
Showy orange-red fuchsia-like flowers; miniature fruits. Considered an excellent remedy for
tapeworms since the time of the Greeks. A red
dye is produced from the fruit skins and flowers. Needs occasional pruning.
Certified Pyrethrum O
Tanacetum cinerariifolium P S F E
(Chrysanthemum cinerariifolium) Source of
one of the safest of all insecticides. White daisy
flowers contain pyrethrins which act directly on
the nervous systems of aphids, mites, leafhoppers, cabbageworms or other insects. This
is a high potency strain grown for the world
pyrethrum market.
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Rosmarinus officinalis P S X M
Regular variety. Upright bush habit.
Arp Rosemary 9 a w W O
Rosmarinus officinalis ‘Arp’
This is the hardiest variety. Interestingly, it not
only takes the cold well, it thrives better in
the U.S. South where summer heat can be a
problem. Foliage is grey-green with good flavor
and aroma.
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Rosmarinus officinalis ‘Blue Boy’ P
Diminutive, compact size and free flowering
habit makes it ideal for indoor pot culture.
Excellent flavor. Ht. 24”
Blue Boy Rosemary
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Rosemarinus officinalis ‘Joyce Debaggio’ P
Very fine strain. New growth develops with attractive golden streaks.
Golden Rain Rosemary
Pink Majorca Rosemary 9 a w W
Rosmarinus officinalis ‘Pink Majorca’ P
Lovely pink-flowered version of ‘Majorca.’
Upright growth habit; prolific bloomer.
poisonous (use with caution)
Roseroot a
Rhodiola rosea P S F M
(Golden root; Sedum rosea) A medicinal herb first
studied by the Russians decades ago. Roseroot
is only the second North American herb after
ginseng to be recognized as an ‘adaptogen,’ an
herb with the ability to restore the body and
mind after physical and mental exertion and
stress. Its rose-scented roots contain unique
compounds that are thought to account for the
adaptogenic properties. Research also shows
the roots improve learning and memory, and
act as a tonic. In folkloric medicine, the leaves
were used like aloe to treat cuts and burns, and
the Eskimos used a decoction of the flowers for
the stomach and intestinal discomfort, and for
tuberculosis. The color of the flowers is indistinct,
with greenish yellow, reddish and purplish tones
competing for attention. Roseroot is one of the
hardiest medicinal plants known; it survives in
Arctic areas without difficulty. Perennial growing
to 2 - 16 in. high.
Rue 9 a
Ruta graveolens P S F E
Pungent bitter leaves used sparingly in stews,
salads, sandwiches and vegetable juice. Two
chewed will quickly relieve nervous headache.
In early times, judges relied on fresh sprigs of
rue to repel fleas brought into court by prisoners. Roots produce rose colored dye.
Rupturewort a
Herniaris glabra P S F E
Low creeper, ideal for rock gardens or between
paving stones. Valuable for urinary problems as
it increase sodium and urea emissions without
increasing urine flow. Helps to relieve kidney
and bladder pains.
Fruit Sage 9 a w W
Salvia dorisiana P
The strong aroma of mixed fruits makes this
plant an ideal ingredient for potpourri and
other fragrant concoctions. Its large velvety
leaves and shocking pink flowers make it an
attractive houseplant. Needs good light. Pinch
to keep bushy.
Garden Sage 9 a w W
Salvia officinalis P SFX E
(Dalmatian sage) The main culinary varieties
popular for poultry stuffing and for flavoring
rich meats like pork or duck. Also in homemade
sausage, omelettes, cheese and bean dishes.
Sage tea gargle is valuable for sore throat. Greygreen pebbly leaves, pale blue flowers. The
most common culinary variety.
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Salvia officinalis ‘Holt’s Mammoth’ P
Similar to the standard variety, but leaves are larger.
Holt’s Mammoth Sage
Honey Melon Sage
Salvia elegans ‘Honey Melon’ P
Looks and grows much like pineapple sage but
has a stunning honeydew melon scent. There
is nothing else like it in the world of herbs! Red
flowers are edible, and they are favorite haunts
of hummingbirds. Prefers filtered light but can
tolerate full sun. Reaches 40-50”, but can be
grown in hanging baskets.
Hummingbird Sage
Cardinal Sage
Salvia fulgens P
(Mexican red sage) Showy scarlet flowers;
pungent scent. Height 2-3 ft. Infusion of leaves
is used for colic in Mexico.
Cherry Chief Sage
Salvai greggii ‘Cherry Chief’ P
Many scarlet flowers, 1” Does better than most
during hot summer months.
Clary Sage
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Salvia pratensis P SFE
(Meadow Sage) Large, very showy, bright
blue flowers. Sometimes used like clary sage.
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Salvia guaranitica ‘Black and Blue’ P
(Anise-scented sage; Guarani sage) This is the
best of the sages for attracting hummingbirds.
Praised for its brilliant deep blue and black
flowers on 15” spikes appearing from early
summer until frost. Ht. 3.5-4.5 ft.
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Artemesia ludoviciana P
Also known as ‘Estafiate’ or ‘Western Mugwort’, this bitter, sharp flavored herb is used in
Southwestern recipes & to make smudge sticks
used in ceremony for purification. Attractive
ornamental with silver-green foliage excellent
for wreaths.
Mountain White Sage
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Salvia elegans P
(S. Rutilans) Fabulous pineapple scent. Brilliant
red flowers. Use for drinks, chicken, cheese and
in jams and jellies. Grow indoors in good light.
Pinch to keep busy.
Pineapple Sage
Dwarf Sage 9 a w W
Salvia officinalis ‘Dwarf’ P
Dwarf version of the standard variety. Excellent
for small areas, rockeries, borders.
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Salvia officianlis ‘Extracta’ P SFX E
Improved strain for commercial production.
Contains up to 2.5% essential oil; yields up to
1.2 ton/acre
Extrakta Sage
poisonous (use with caution)
Russian Sage
Perovskia atriplicifolia P SFM
Not exactly sage nor Russian, this hardy native of Crimea, Afghanistan and Pakistan was
named Perennial Plant of the Year for 1995.
Has beautiful purple-blue flowers that dry well
for dried arrangements. Leaves are pleasantly
aromatic with a strong camphor scent works
well in potpourris. Excellent beeplant.
Tangerine Sage 9 w W
Salvia elegans cv. P
Similar to pineapple sage in growth and appearance but with slightly rounded leaves. Light scent
has citrusy overtones. Scarlet flowers.
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Salvia officinalis ‘Tricolor’ P
Aromatic foliage with white and pink streaks.
Grow in/outdoors in full sun. Winter mulch.
Tricolor Sage
Scutellaria lateriflora P SFE
Effective, reliable remedy for headache and
neuralgia. Good sedative for insomnia, restlessness, hysteria and convulsions.
Baikal Scullcap a
Scuterllaria baicalensis P SE
(Huang-gin) Important Chinese medicinal
herb: prescribed for fevers, colds, hypertension, insomnia, headaches, hepatitis,
shingles, and other ailments. Many of its
traditional uses are supported by clinical
studies. Very showy blue flowers. Ht. 15” Must
have good drainage and does not transplant
well: otherwise easy to grow and very hardy.
White Sage 9 a W
Salvia apiana P SM
Important ceremonial herb among the California Indians, used for purification much like
wormwood (Artemisia ludoviciana.) Roots
were used for afterbirth to heal and to clean the
womb. Leaves were smoked, taken as a tea, or
used in sweat lodges to cure colds.
Oriental Blue Scullcap a
Scutellaria baicalensis ‘Oriental Blue’ P SE
(Baikal scullcap; Huang gin) One of Chinese
medicine’s most important herbs is now all
dressed up for the flower garden! English
breeders managed to coax the hardy perennial
to throw up bigger purple-blue flowers and
more of them. The result is a beautiful new
ornamental herb for sunny borders or mass
plantings. Ht. 15”
Silver Tansy
Lemon Savory 9 a W
Micromeria biflora P
(Satureja biflora) A sensational savory from
Africa remarkable for its intense lemon scent
and flavor. Totally unlike other savories! Try
it in teas, baked fish, etc. Easy to grow: needs
well-drained soil and occasional trimming to
keep going. Rare!
Summer Savory 9 a w W
Satureja hortensis A SX E
Most preferred, having the most delicate
flavor. Easiest to grow.
Winter Savory 9 a W
Satureja montana P SFXE
Strong, pungent flavor. Attractive low bush
for borders and edgings.
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Tanacetum niveum ‘Jackpot’ P SFE
(Jackpot tansy) Sensational variety from England. Soft downy woolly-grey leaves are soon
overwhelmed by a shroud of white flowers
- so much so that you almost cannot see the
leaves. Has the same insect-repelling properties as other tansies. Not invasive.
Garden Sorrel 9 a
Rumex acetosa ‘Blonde de Lyon’ P SFXE
Most famous for sorrel soup. Large succulent,
slightly acid-tasting leaves give zest to salads
and any dish which is insipid in itself. Remove
flowering tops as they appear to keep leaves
tender. Whole plant produces blue and green
Sheep Sorrel 9 a
Rumex acetosella P SFE
Traditionally used for fevers, inflammation,
diarrhea, excessive menstruation and cancer.
One of the four ingredients of the Essiac®
anti-cancer remedy. Although leaves are
small and time-consuming to gather, they are
most delicious to eat.
poisonous (use with caution)
Southernwood Citrus 9 a W
Artemisia abrotanum cv. P
Some people say the scent of the delicate
foliage is tangerine and others say it’s more
like lemon. We can’t decide which, but is does
have a lovely fresh citrusy scent with a dash
of pin. Taller and more feathery than standard southernwood. Ht. 4-6 ft.
St. John’s Wort
Hypericum perforatum P SFE
Old remedy for insomnia, depression and
bed-wetting, now touted as a natural alternative to antidepressant drugs. Recent clinical
evidence suggest that the flowering tops
are effective in controlling mood and mild
depression. Liniment made with the tops in
vegetable oil is soothing and healing when
rubbed on painful joints and muscles. Standard variety.
Stevia rebaudiana P XM
Hot crop! Remarkable sugar substitute containing
steviosides hundreds of times sweeter than sugar
but without the calories. Leaf powder can be used
in place of sugar in drinks, baked goods, desserts,
preserves, etc. Has a pleasant flavor of its own that
never dominates or overwhelms. A very hot crop
for commercial growers. The market is expanding
Crazy Sweet™ Stevia 9 a
Stevia rebaudiana ‘AC™GIIA11’ P
Super sweet! No bitter aftertaste! This is the
best stevia variety on the market. If you tried
stevia before and disliked the taste, you will
love this new variety. When you try the leaves,
you will notice the taste is very clean and incredibly sweet; there is no bitterness and none
of the licorice aftertaste typical of other stevias.
Its magic is in the mix of compounds that are
responsible for the sweet taste. Unlike regular
stevia, Crazy Sweet™ is high in rebaudioside A,
the sweetest and least bitter of the steviosides
found in stevia. It is the result of a successful
Canadian breeding program to make stevia a
better alternative to sugar.
Strawberry Guava
Psidium littorale longipes P XM
Yields sweet, tart strawberry-flavored fruits
eaten fresh or in preserves. Excellent container
plant for a sunny window or greenhouse.
Sushni 9 a
Marsilea minuta P
Brain food! (Waterclover; Fern Clover; Sak) Gotu
kola, bacopa, and sushni make a trinity of top South
Asian herbs used to enhance brain function. In
Bangladesh and West Bengal sushni is commonly
sold in vegetable markets as a medicinal leafy green,
mainly to help overcome insomnia. It is cheaper
and more readily available than prescription drugs.
The fresh leaves are ground into a paste and eaten
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as chutney, or the whole leaves are eaten in salads or
cooked like spinach. The plant contains marsiline, a
substance with sedative and anticonvulsant properties. In clinical trails, sushni was shown to reduce
the incidence of epileptic seizures and increased the
durations of sleep, with no withdrawal symptoms.
Sushni has a powerful anti-cholesterol effect also:
in one study it reduces blood cholesterol by 31%
and liver cholesterol by 71% when fed to animals.
The plant looks like clover, and forms beautiful mats
like clover, but is actually a type of miniature fern. Like
mimosa, the leaves fold up at night. Prefers full sun.
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Hierochloe odorata P
Traditional Amerindian ceremonial grass used
in peace and healing rituals.
Sweet Marjoram 9 a W O
Origanum majorana P SXE
Leaves add strong, spicy flavor to soups, sauces,
stuffings, stew. Rubbing with fresh leaves before
roasting improves all strong meats. Adds special
flavor to sausages and meatloaf. A must in German potato soup. Use plant tops to dye wool in
shades of yellow, orange, brown and grey.
French Tarragon 9 a
Artemisia dracunculus sativa P
The true tarragon which does not propagate
by seeds. Dark green, shiny leaves possess
distinctive flavor. Grows to 36” Require light,
well-drained soil in a sunny location.
Broadleaf Thyme 9 a W
Coleus amboinicus P
Quite unlike other thymes, this favorite of
tropical America has large fleshy leaves. A keynote flavor in Jamaican cuisine.
Creeping Thyme a W
Thymus praecox P
Low mat-forming thyme splashed with either
white or rose flowers in July. Perfect complement to wooly thyme.
English Thyme 9 a W O
Thymus vulgaris P SFXE
(German thyme; Winter thyme) Most popular variety. Broad dark green leaves. Robust growth habit.
French Thyme 9 a W O
Thymus vulgaris P SFXE
(Summer Thyme) Narrow leaves, distinctly
greyer and sweeter than English. Preferred by
the French. Need some winter protection.
poisonous (use with caution)
Highland Cream Lemon Thyme
virtues are mainly visual and tactile. Superb
contrast plant for greener herbs.
Lavender Thyme
Toothache Plant 9 a
Spilanthes acmella A SE
(Spilanthes, Australian cress) Leaves have a
mild anesthetizing effect and are useful for
toothaches. Also used as an antibiotic against
candida. The fresh leaves are edible and are
eaten like cress.
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Thymus ‘Highland Cream’ P
Low mat-forming lemon-scented variety with
delicate dark green leaves edged with cream.
Excellent between paving stones in pathways,
along borders and in rock gardens. Ht. 1”
Thymus thracicus P
Strong lavender scent. Creeper forming dense furry
mats; lavender-purple flowers. Very attractive.
Lemon Thyme 9 a W
Thymus x citriodorus
Small upright bushy habit; dark green leaves.
Mint Thyme
Curcuma longa P
(Curcuma domestica) Familiar spice; essential
in south Asian cuisine, especially curry powders. Give yellow color to prepared mustards.
Recent evidence suggests turmeric possesses
potent anti-cancer properties.
Thymus sp. P
Forms nice dense mats with slightly hairy
leaves that are soft to the touch. Excellent
ground cover. Discernable mint scent with a
citrus overtone.
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Thymus ‘Orange Balsam’ P
Sensational orange scent and flavor. Deserving
of experimentation in tea, cooking, and as a
garnish. A favorite among West Indians.
Orange Balsam Thyme
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Thymus ‘TM95’ P
Wonderful orange and spice scent, a rare combination in the world of herbs. The remarkable
strong clear orange flavor lingers in the mouth,
pleasingly without the harsh aftertaste of other
thymes. This has all manner of possibilities
in the kitchen and tea. Forms dense groundhugging mats.
Orange Spice™ Thyme
Rose Petal™ Thyme
Thymus ‘TM122’ P
A beautiful creeping thyme that comes up
smelling like roses! Forms dense mats that
emit a scent very similar to the scent of rose
geranium when stepped upon. Excellent for
walkways and rockeries.
Silver Thyme 9 a W O
Thymus vulgaris ‘Argenteus’ P
Same flavor and fragrance as English thyme.
Lovely accent plant for hanging baskets and as
garden edging.
Wild Thyme 9 a W O
Thymus pulegiodes P SXE
(Mother-of-thyme; T. Serpyllum) A creeper, well
suited as ground cover. Perfumes the air when
trodden upon. Helps to clear mucous congestion.
Used in cooking.
Thymus pseudolanuginosus P
Lovely low carpets of grey, woolly leaves and
pale pink flowers. Lacking scent or flavor, its
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Arctostaphylos uva-ursi P
(Bearberry) Used for kidney and bladder infections on account of its diuretic and antiseptic
properties. Likes damp, acidic soil. Attractive
glossy green leaves and pink bell-shaped flowers.
Valerian a O
Valeriana officinalis P SFE
Valerian roots have excellent sedative actions that is
non- addictive. Widely used to allay pain, nervous
unrest, migraine, and insomnia. Valerian roots harvested in the second or third year can be made into
tinctures, teas, or extracts. Standard variety.
Vanilla Grass a W
Anthoxanthum odoratum P SFE
(Sweet vernal grass) European grass with a
sweet vanilla aroma, similar to woodruff. Pollen
causes hay fever, but interestingly, a tincture
of its flowers in wine is said to give immediate
relief from hay fever.
Woolly Thyme
Uva Ursi
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Verbena officinalis P SXE
Aphrodisiac, said to “secure the flavor of the
ladies.” Historically associated with sorcerers and witches, bestowing magical powers to
those who use it. Slightly bitter tisane is of very
old usage as a digestive and sedative nightcap.
Also used in Chinese medicine.
Blue Vervain
Verbena hastata P SFM $
Native North American wildflower growing in
damp areas. Has a tranquilizing effect; useful for
insomnia and other nervous conditions. Needs
cold period (40 degrees F; 4-8 weeks) followed by
warm (70 degrees F) and exposure to light (do not
bury seeds) for successful germination.
poisonous (use with caution)
Vick’s Plant
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Plectranthus purpuratus P
An apt name, as the odor of the fleshy leaves
closely resembles that of the chest cold remedy,
and is used for the purpose. Easy houseplant.
Vitex negundo P SFE
Among the very best of honey plants, blooming
profusely from midsummer until frost. Normally
attains a height of 13 ft., but in our area stems are
often winter-killed while roots survive to bear
lavender-blue blossoms annually. Used for headache, dizziness, coughs, and mental unrest.
Wild Ginger a
Asarum canadense P F$ D
North American woodland native with aromatic roots like true ginger. Important Amerindian
remedy for indigestion, coughs, colds, fever,
sore throat, flatulence, and nervous conditions.
Seeds are best sown fresh outdoors in fall.
Wild Quinine a
Parthenium integrifolium P SFM $
American prairie native used medically by
Indians. Diuretic for kidney and bladder complaints, and for gonorrhea. There is evidence
that it may have immune-enhancing properties
like echinacea.
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Achillea P
Impressive all-around natural remedies. Owing to
their bitter principles, they have the reputation as
the general fortifiers, helping to build the body’s
natural resistance. They improve digestion, circulation and the functions of the liver, gall bladder
and kidneys. They are valuable wound healers
for cuts and make excellent cosmetic lotions for
cleansing and beautifying the skin.
Moonshine Yarrow a w W
Achillea taygetea ‘Moonshine’ P
Choice variety for everlastings. Leaves silver-white,
flowers soft lemon-yellow, large. Up to 24” high.
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Achillea decolorans P
Leaves can be used in soups & salads. The
aroma is reminiscent of true mace sun. It is a
tender perennial.
Mace Yarrow
Wintergreen 9 a W
Gaultheria procumbens P SFD $
Aromatic low shrub used for headaches and
other aches and pains, inflammations and rheumatism. Common flavoring for chewing gum,
toothpaste, mouthwash. Needs cold 60 days at 40
degrees F followed by warmth to germinate.
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poisonous (use with caution)
Specialty Teas
Anti-Inflammatory Tea
Congestion Tea
Headache Tea
High Calcium Tea
Kidney/Bladder Tonic Tea
Lung Tonic Tea
Memory Tea
Night time Tea
Respiratory Tonic Tea
These are just a few of the
speciality tea mixtures which
are made by our herbalist,
Jennifer. They are available for
purchase in our store.
We also have a large
selection of single dried
medicinal herbs which you may
purchase to make your own mixtures for what ails you.
If you’re suffering from a specific ailment, you
can discuss it with Jennifer. She will try to make a
special tea to suit your needs.
Jennifer can be reached at the store 330.856.6567.
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Fo-Ti____________________________ 7
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Allheal___________________________ 3
Aloe Vera________________________ 3
Andrographis____________________ 3
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Anise-Hyssop____________________ 3
Arnica, American_________________ 3
Ashwagandha____________________ 3
Aztec Sweet Herb_ _______________ 3
Bacopa_ _________________________ 3
Balloon Flower___________________ 3
Apple Geranium__________________ 7
Attar of Roses Geranium__________ 7
Chocolate Mint Geranium_________ 7
Cinnamon Geranium_ ____________ 7
Fingerbowl Lemon Geranium_________ 7
Ginger Geranium_________________ 7
Joy Lucille Geranium______________ 7
Nutmet Geranium________________ 7
Pink Austrian Geranium_ _________ 7
Red Austrian Geranium___________ 7
Strawberry Geranium_____________ 8
Ararat Basil______________________ 4
Genovese Basil___________________ 4
Greek Bush Basil_________________ 4
Holy Red Basil____________________ 4
Holy Green Basil__________________ 4
Lime Basil________________________ 4
Mrs. Burns Lemon Basil___________ 4
Osmin Basil______________________ 4
Pistou Basil______________________ 4
Sweet Basil_______________________ 4
Sweet Dani Lemon Basil_ _________ 4
Thai Basil________________________ 4
Good King Henry_________________ 8
Gotu Kola________________________ 8
Heartsease_______________________ 8
Heliotrope_______________________ 8
Horehound_ _____________________ 8
Dwarf Hyssop____________________ 8
Jacob’s Ladder___________________ 8
Jasmine__________________________ 8
Arabian Jasmine__________________ 8
Joe-Pye Weed____________________ 8
La Lot_ __________________________ 8
Labrador Tea_____________________ 9
Chinese Lantern__________________ 9
Bay Laurel_ ______________________ 4
Beardtongue_____________________ 4
Belladonna_______________________ 4
Betel_____________________________ 4
Bloody Dock_____________________ 4
Blue Cohosh_____________________ 5
Burnet Salad_____________________ 5
Cardamom_______________________ 5
Catnip___________________________ 5
Celandine________________________ 5
German Chamomile______________ 5
Roman Chamomile_______________ 5
Curled Chervil____________________ 5
Chinese Milkvetch________________ 5
Chinese Privet____________________ 5
Garlic Chives_____________________ 5
Grolau Chives____________________ 5
Cilantro__________________________ 5
Cinnamom Yam__________________ 5
Meadow Clary____________________ 5
Cnidium_________________________ 5
Comfrey_________________________ 5
Yellow Coneflower_ ______________ 6
Coreopsis________________________ 6
Costmary________________________ 6
Cowslip__________________________ 6
Curryplant_______________________ 6
Dittany of Crete__________________ 6
Dragon’s Blood Clover____________ 6
Dwarf Santolina__________________ 6
Echinacea________________________ 6
Fragrant Angel Echinacea_________ 6
Narrow Leaf Echinacea___________ 6
Elecampane______________________ 6
Ephedra_ ________________________ 6
Eucalyptus Tree__________________ 6
Apple Eucalyptus_________________ 6
Lemon Eucalyptus________________ 6
Evening Primrose_________________ 7
Bronze Fennel____________________ 7
Florence Fennel__________________ 7
Fenugreek_______________________ 7
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French Lavender_ ________________ 9
Goodwin Creek Lavender_________ 9
Hidcote Lavender_ _______________ 9
Lady Lavender_ __________________ 9
Munstead Lavender_ _____________ 9
Provence Lavender_______________ 9
Spanish Lavender_ _______________ 9
Lemon Balm_ ____________________ 9
Lemongrass______________________ 9
Lemon Verbena__________________ 9
Licorice Flag_____________________ 9
Licorice__________________________ 9
Lime Balm_______________________ 9
Lion’s Tail_ ______________________ 10
Liverwort________________________ 10
Great Lobelia____________________ 10
Lungwort________________________ 10
Lemon Gem Marigold_____________ 10
Mexican Mint Marigold___________ 10
Orange Gem Marigold____________ 10
Red Gem Marigold_ ______________ 10
Tangerine Marigold_ _____________ 10
Meadowsweet____________________ 10
Mini Curryplant__________________ 10
Mini Silver Licorice_______________ 10
Applemint_______________________ 10
Banana Mint_ ____________________ 10
Berries & Cream™ Mint___________ 10
Candies Fruit™ Mint______________ 11
Chocolate Mint___________________ 11
Citrus Kitchen™ Mint_____________ 11
Corsican Mint____________________ 11
poisonous (use with caution)
Cotton Candy™ Mint______________ 11
English Mint______________________ 11
Fruit Sensations™ Mint___________ 11
Fruitasia™ Mint___________________ 11
Grapefruit Mint___________________ 11
Hillary’s Sweet Lemon Mint 11
Italian Spice™ Mint_ ______________ 11
Jim’s Fruit™ Mint_________________ 11
Julia’s Sweet Citrus™ Mint 11
Margarita™ Mint__________________ 11
Marshmellow™ Mint______________ 11
Mojito Mint_ _____________________ 12
Orange Mint_____________________ 12
Oregano-Thyme™ Mint___________ 12
Peppermint_ _____________________ 12
Pineapple Mint___________________ 12
Scotch Spearmint_________________ 12
Spearmint________________________ 12
Swiss Mint_ ______________________ 12
Wintergreen Mint_________________ 12
Mullein_ _________________________ 12
German Myrtle___________________ 12
Greek Myrtle_____________________ 12
Stinging Nettle___________________ 12
Compact Oregano________________ 12
Gold Crisp Oregano_ _____________ 13
Oregano_ _______________ 13
Italian Oregano___________________ 13
Kent Beauty Oregano_____________ 13
Zorba Red Oregano_______________ 13
Orris Root________________________ 13
Papalo___________________________ 13
Afrodite Parsley__________________ 13
Italian Parsley____________________ 13
Mosscurled Parsley_______________ 13
Partidgeberry_ ___________________ 13
Passion Flower___________________ 13
Passion Fruit_____________________ 13
Patchouli_________________________ 13
Pennyroyal_______________________ 13
Green Perilla_____________________ 14
Periwinkle________________________ 14
Pig’s Ear_________________________ 14
Pink Cloves_ _____________________ 14
Piss-Off Plant____________________ 14
Plantain__________________________ 14
Pleurisy Root_____________________ 14
Dwarf Pomegranate_ _____________ 14
Certified Pyrethrum_______________ 14
Rosemary________________________ 14
Arp Rosemary____________________ 14
Blue Boy Rosemary_______________ 14
Golden Rain Rosemary____________ 14
Pink Majorca Rosemary___________ 14
Roseroot_________________________ 15
Rue______________________________ 15
Rupturewort_ ____________________ 15
Cardinal Sage____________________ 15
Cherry Chief Sage________________ 15
Dwarf Sage_______________________ 15
Extraka Sage_____________________ 15
Fruit Sage________________________ 15
Garden Sage_ ____________________ 15
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Holt’s Mammoth Sage____________ 15
Honey Melon Sage________________ 15
Hummingbird Sage_______________ 15
Mountain White Sage_____________ 15
Pineapple Sage___________________ 15
Russian Sage_____________________ 16
Tangerine Sage___________________ 16
Tricolor Sage_____________________ 16
White Sage_______________________ 16
Lemon Savory____________________ 16
Summer Savory___________________ 16
Winter Savory_ ___________________ 16
Scullcap__________________________ 16
Baikal Scullcap___________________ 16
Oriental Blue Scullcap_____________ 16
Silver Tansy______________________ 16
Garden Sorrel____________________ 16
Sheep Sorrel_ ____________________ 16
Southernwood Citrus_____________ 17
St. John’s Wort___________________ 17
Stevia____________________________ 17
Crazy Sweet™ Stevia______________ 17
Strawberry Guava_________________ 17
Sushni___________________________ 17
Sweetgrass_______________________ 17
Sweet Marjoram__________________ 17
French Tarragon__________________ 17
Broadleaf Thyme_________________ 17
Creeping Thyme__________________ 17
English Thyme_ __________________ 17
French Thyme____________________ 17
Highland Cream Lemon Thyme____ 18
Lavender Thyme__________________ 18
Lemon Thyme____________________ 18
Mint Thyme______________________ 18
Orange Balsam Thyme____________ 18
Orange Spice™ Thyme____________ 18
Rose Petal™ Thyme_______________ 18
Silver Thyme_____________________ 18
Wild Thyme______________________ 18
Woolly Thyme____________________ 18
Toothache Plant__________________ 18
Turmeric_________________________ 18
Uva Ursi__________________________ 18
Valerian__________________________ 18
Vanilla Grass_____________________ 18
Vervain__________________________ 18
Blue Vervain______________________ 18
Vick’s Plant_ _____________________ 19
Vitex_____________________________ 19
Wild Ginger______________________ 19
Wild Quinine_____________________ 19
Wintergreen______________________ 19
Yarrow___________________________ 19
Moonshine Yarrow_______________ 19
Mace Yarrow_____________________ 19
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