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Artemisia dracunculus Delicate flavor with minimal effort. Early Spring eggs prepared in the kitchen with finely chopped sweet anise flavored just cut tarragon. Tarragon probably originated in Western Asia. For...
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Aloe vera aloaceae Native to the SW, aloe is usually grown in pots in the eastern US for its medicinal uses. A good choice for a house plant, with size...
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Petroselinum crispum Parsley is widely cultivated as an herb, spice, and vegetable. Native to the Mediterranean and naturalized throughout Europe. Triple Curled is exceptional in appearance and taste. Space 1'...
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Laural nobilis The traditional bay leaf so essential to European cuisine. Slow growing bush with aromatic leaves; a good shrub for warm areas. Good for pots. Space outside 8' circle...
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Foeniculum vulgare Perennial, bronze/red foliage, vigorous and slow to bolt. Can be used with fish, salads soups and stews. Zone 5-11, Height 24-36"
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Symphytum grandiflorum 'Hidcote Blue' Hidcote Blue Comfrey is a perennial herb used primarily as a poultice for bruises or as a salve for cuts, burns, or rashes. Once planted it...
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Zingiber officinale Perennial spreading habit with spicy tubers, harvested annually. Space 2' circles, eventually spreading outwards. Zone 8-10 In Zone 7 and colder zones can be grown as an annual...
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Uritica Dioica Stinging Nettle is an incredibly healthy herb. Leaves can be dried for use in tea or steamed and eaten like kale, very flavorful. It's high in vitamins A...
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Aplum graveolens Biennial, full sun. Celery flavored leaves, used fresh or dry like Parsley. Use cooking, calads and stews. Good for Garnish. Zone 5-9, Height 12".
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 Humilus lupinus Hops were used by the Greeks as a salad plant. Today young hops shoots are still eaten by some. The pine cone like scales or bracts of the...
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