Garden Medicinals and Culinaries(Louisa, Virginia)
Make your own mint sauce, jelly, or tea. A cooling and refreshing herb.
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.
East Indian Lemon Grass Seed
Native to southern India. The delicate oils of lemongrass are used for flavoring and perfume. Used also for tea and seasoning.
Collard Seed - McCormack's Green Glaze
A unique variety with shiny, bright green leaves. Excellent sweet flavor. Better resistance to cabbage worm than other varieties.
Greek Oregano seed
This is the flavorful Greek Oregano, not the flavorless oregano (Oreganum vulgare) commonly available.
Milk Thistle Seed
Use in salads or as a vegetable. Regenerates liver cells.
Used as a medicinal plant with ginseng-like qualities.
An old-fashioned herb that is used to help break up bronchial congestion.
Tobacco seed - Sacred Ceremonial
A type of wild tobacco used ceremonially by various Native American tribes. (Nicotiana rustica)
Pawpaw Seed (Custard Apple)
Produces Pawpaw fruits as early as the 3rd year from seed. Fruits eaten fresh, or frozen and thawed. Easy and trouble-free.
An attractive culinary and medicinal herb with bright blue flowers. Use leaves in salads and cold drinks.
Lavender 'Munstead' Seed
Known for its sweet and delicate fragrance, 'Munstead' lavender is a choice variety.
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.