Garden Medicinals and Culinaries(Louisa, Virginia)
A valuable medicinal herb, yarrow is one of the best for fevers. Easy to grow, and a good plant for encouraging beneficial insects
Holy Basil Seed
A highly esteemed basil both for its culinary and medicinal uses.
White Sage Seed
Used by the Native Americans as a sacred herb. Attractive green-grey leaves makes a nice accent to the herb garden.
Ornamental herb with lacy leaves topped with buttons of gold flowers. Nice for flower arrangements.
Upland Cress (Creasy Greens) Seed
An old southern favorite that are easy to grow as a spinach substitute.
Hard-to-find dye plant. The yellow flowers are borne abundantly in a large cluster at the top of the plant. (Isatis tinctoria)
Holy Basil Seed 'Purple and Green'
A distinctive variant of Holy Basil with leaves in contrasting and variable shades of purple and green.
Mugwort is one of the few palatable wormwoods, though it is used primarily for medicinal use.
Black Cohosh Seed
Used primarily as a medicinal plant, black cohosh makes a nice ornamental for shady areas and shade gardens. The foliage and the flowers are distinctive.
Echinacea purpurea Seed
Also called Purple Coneflower, Echinacea is a popular ornamental and easy-to-grow medicinal plant.
Make your own mint sauce, jelly, or tea. A cooling and refreshing herb.
Used as a medicinal plant with ginseng-like qualities.
Garden Medicinals and Culinaries offers seeds and dormant rootstock of medicinal and culinary herbs, heirloom and ethnic vegetable and flower seed, and publications for producing organic vegetable seed.
Garden Medicinals and Culinaries has a minimum purchase of $10.00.