A popular herb since Middle Ages in Europe. Flat, no end bulbs leaves contans high amount of sulfur compounds. Besides many medicinal uses, chives are used as culinary herbs and repel insects. Chives is great in Asian cuisines: Banh Nhan He, stir fry, por
A nutritious specialty biannual root herb that cooks like normal carrot in soups, stews. Flavor: similar to carrot but with distinct earthy taste. Besides, Japanese herbalists claims burdock to have various medicinal properties. Root can also be used dry.
Widely adaptable but it prefers moist, well drained soil. Native to Iran, India and Europe, Dill is a common annual herb with outstanding flavor to go with pea, salad, potato, cream, cucumber and in asian fish soup.
A specialty salad mix herb very popular in French cuisines. Sweet anise mild flavour annual herb with dark green foliage. Plant height about 60cm. Perfect in salad, steam vegetable, root like carrot,... seafood, egg,... This is biennial grown as annual.
Edible tropical hibiscus from southeast Asia with dark red calyces. Dried seed pods used to flavor fruit drinks. Flowers are citrus like in deserts. Both flowers are calyces are widely dried to make tea. Heat and humid tolerant.
Perennial classic herb native to the Mediterranean, Rosemary produces wonderfully spicy flavor leaves to season meat, poultry, and vegetables or potpourris. Leaves can be picked anytime. Beside culinary uses, rosemary leaves have other medicinal purposes
Grown for both ornamental purpose and medicinal properties. 50 cm tall mound-shape perennial plant has bright yellow crimson eyed flower. Leaves and flowers have properties similar to Echinacea to enhance immune system, digestion, nausea, produce numbing
Strong flavor and aromatic like rosemary and lavender. Green top of hyssop is to make delicious tea excellent for chesty coughs. Chopped young leaves to scatter on for signature salad; also in soup, stews and fruit deserts. Older leaves are crushed and ap
Perennial spreading herb. Highly scented and very effective againt bad insects like mosquitoes, ant, mice,... Use pennyroyal like peppermint and note its distilled oil is toxic but the tea rinse is safe for outside skin use. Prenant women should not use.
Less agressive flavour than peppermint; spearmint has hint of fruit. Bright green, serrated leaves; lilac flowers. Spearmint is used to make nice tea, drinks,.. just like peppermint depending on the intensity of mint you prefer.
Vigorous mosquito repellent perennial herb; & cat magnet for its nepetalactone compound, well known for is recreational + behavioral effects on cats. Studies show that at least 70% of cats reacts to catnip. A popular retail plant sales.
Grown for highly condensed nutrition quality seeds: very high in fibre, omega 3 acids, protein, vitamin, antioxidants and minerals.. Used by Aztec warriors during war time, Chia seeds are grown and made into drinks. The annual plant grows around 100 cm ta
A specialy perennial herb with strong medicinal uses tracing back to ancient Egyptians. Upto 6’ tall. Foliage: whitish green small serated leaves with little hair on both sides and yellow flower. However this plant is poisonous and kills many insect
Known by other names: Bhringaraj, Lan Lian Cao, ... Grown for many medicinal remedies involving liver, asthma, and kidney... Leaf juice is to dye and restore hair. Sun, heat and humidity loving perennial herb plant. Tolerant of poor soil.
Main ingredient in many liver-detoxing pills. Grown for its active silymarin component found in this seed, that is responsible for liver building properties. Plant grows up to 200 cm tall, 170 cm spread. White spotted edible leaves. Purple 5cm flower head
Pleasant minty citrus like spicy aroma when leaves are crushed. Great for herbal tea and butterfly garden. Lavender pink twisted flower head dotted with purple and lanced leaves. This is why its species name is citriodora that means to have a citrus aroma
Flavor: similar to Oregano, but sweeter and more balsam-ish. Great in pizza, goose, cajun dishes, sausage, salad,... Compact herb native to Southern Europe and Mediterrranean. Suitable to both pot, patio or normal garden soil.
Stevia natural germination rate is 50 to 60%. Stevia leaves are 30 - 40 times sweeter than common sugar and can be processed into extracts to be 200 - 300 times sweeter than sugar; no calories and so natural. A stevia plant can yield around 200 grams of d
Member of the mint family with stronger, more aromatic flavor than Japanese varieties. Smaller green leaves than Hojiso green at topside and deep red at bottom. Great in seafood, salad, shrimp and fish.
Korean specialty. Unique flavour like mint + basil. Delicious in BBQ dishes. Upper part of leave is green while the back is red blush in green theme. Best harvest in the morning. Color contrast depends on temperature changes.
a French tarragon substitute. Less intense in flavour than French tarragon but can be grown from seeds and much hardier. Goes well in poultry, sauces, soup and stews. Russian Tarragon has some medicinal uses and assists with digestions, palatability,... P
Charming little-leaf naturally compact ball-shaped bush basil that grows no more than 15cm tall. Strong spicy basil aroma that serves well in any basil seasoning dishes. Convenient planting in your window kitchen for easy harvest.
standard arugula rocket. Tender and bite sized with a tangy flavour, contains nitrate help to lower blood pressure and reduce the amount of oxygen needed during exercise. Arugula is a choice for your dietary. Great in salad.
Bushy perennial herb native to Mediterranean. Italian Oregano has purple brown stem, green leaves sometimes red blushed; flower: white to rose. Use in salad, Mexican, Italian and Greek cuisines; companion spices with tomato, onion, garlic, beef. Suitable
Green leaf variety. Bush type herb. Native to India, used widely in Thai cuisines and tea, considered sacred in Hindu religion. Leaves have spicy musky sweet flavor with hint of chocolate. It has many culinary and medicinal uses.
Considered sacred in Hindu religion. In Thailand, it is called Kaphrao. Holy Basil is easy to grow from seeds, and it thrives in the heat of summer.Sowing this plant need a lot of light and rich, drained soil. Holy Basil can be preserved by drying or free
Popular compact culinary herb, easy to grow. Spicy, pugnent. Used as substitute for salt and pepper. It increases flavor depth to almost any dish: soups, gravy, casserole, poultry dishes, fish,... Besides, it has many medicinal uses and used to make tea.
Fennel tastes like anise with a bit of aromatic tart and sweetness at the same time. Fennel Florence seeds, stalks and white solid bulb are common in salads, fish and sauces. Requires rich soil to grow. 110 days, OP, annual.
Leaves taste like mint and liquorice; used in akes, tea, or salad. Perennial herb native to East Asia. Tall tree upto 36”, tall stems with blue purple flower - great for cut flower.Very easy to grow nad low maintenance.
10” long American flag boast superior eating quality long thick tasty stalks, yellow white heart that are good for all purposes: salad, soup, stew, stir fry,... Long time favorite leek for both commercial and home gardeners. 150 days, heirloom.
annual herb, 110 days, heirloom, about 2 - 3’ tall. Known for its calming effect so also called as Herb of Gladness. Big green leaves and nice blue flower. Leaf, star flower are added to salad, garnish fruit juice drinks.
Nicotiana rustica, Aztec tobacco or strong tobacco, called ucuch in southern Mexico due to its Mayan roots, mapacho in South America, Bauerntabak in Germany, and thuoc lao in Vietnam. The leaves are used to smoke, snuff and produce commercial tobacco.
Annual herb with a strong odor, distributed throughout the plains of north-west India and Vietnam, up to an altitude of 2,000 m. The stems of this hairy or glandular herb are erect, simple or branched, very leafy and 1-2 ft in height. The leaves are obova
An ancient heirloom that has been in circulation for centuries. Mugwort has been used in flavors of beers for many years. Some gardeners grow it for attracting green leaves. It can be dug up after sowing for 100 to 110 days. It is used to make teas medici
Vigorous perennial herb native to Japan. Green fuzzy finely cut leaves with white dense fuzz underneath. Flavorful and widely used in Japanese, Taiwan and Korean recepies such as dumpling, mochi, soup,... and has many medicial properties and myths around