Garden Medicinals and Culinaries(Louisa, Virginia)
An attractive ornamental and can be used fresh or dried for flower arrangements. Repels cabbageworm, flea beetles, and moths.
Edible flower also used as a food color, natural dye, and substitute for saffron.
Used to produce a natural soap. Produces flowers ranging from white to light pink. (Saponaria officinalis)
Sweet Annie (Sweet Wormwood) Seed
Sweet Annie is know for its sweet fragrance, and is a favorite herb used in wreath making.
Tina James' Evening Primrose Seed
Flowers open at dusk within 1 to 2 minutes like time-lapse photography. Large fragrant blooms. (Oenothera glazioviana)
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.
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.
American Ginseng Seed
(From: $7.50 )
This well known herb, native to the eastern and central hardwood forests, has a reputation as a rejuvenating tonic.
Calendula 'Erfurter Orangefarbigen' Seed
A German variety of calendula bred for medicinal use. Has a higher concentration of resins and carotenoids.
Cotton Seed - 'Erlene's Green' (heirloom)
Rare, naturally colored heirloom cotton from Texas with pastel green fibers. Cannot ship to CA and GA.
This cultivar of dandelion is not only a valuable medicinal herb, but has many culinary uses as well.
Greek Oregano seed
This is the flavorful Greek Oregano, not the flavorless oregano (Oreganum vulgare) commonly available.
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.