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What's New at Herbfresh

place your order on August 1 for passion fruit. If temporaily unable to place order on our store at localharvest.org, send order to the email below

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We now have a store at Local Harvest where you can enjoy the convenience of secure shopping for our products.

Edible flowers. choose clean, undamagad petals and remove bitter green parts. For scented flowers, choose anise hyssop, bergamot, chive, dill, rose, rosemary, salad argula; for unscented, choose borage, calendula, chicory or poppy.

A scented living area

A fragance for those who pass by.

Do you have a living area where a welcoming fragrance can be introduced?

Choose dried lemon verbena, pineapple sage, fruit scented thymes, mint and scented geraniums leaves; grate in some nutmeg for a warmer hint.

More on culinary herbs.

With eggs and cheese, choose basil, chervil, chives, dill, parsley and tarragon. With fish, choose basil, bay, caraway, chervil, chives, dill, fennel, lemon balm, lemon thyme, lovage, mint and parsley.

Digestive Seeds

The Romans served small aniseed cakes at the end of a banquet. Several culinary traditions offer a final dish that includes aromatic seeds with digestive properties. The traditional "four warming seeds" consist of an equal mix of Aniseed, Caraway, Coriander, and Fennel to create a tasty blend that relieves indigestion and flatulence.

Many Indian restaurants offer a small bowl of roasted seeds to nibble after a rich meal, which double as a breath freshener.



Read Dr. Curly's articles about good gardening techniques . Lots of good info there.


Do you know what zone your in to determine the hardiness of your plant choices? Click on Zone Map for information directly from the USDA.

We all know that bees are vital to good pollination, but did you know that over 85% of all plant material, including trees, fruits and grains require insect pollination? Consider planting for bees: lemon balm, thyme, monarda, lavenders, hyssop, all mints, sage and rosemary; Monarda is a MUST (also known as bee balm, bergamot and Oswego tea). Certainly, don't forget thyme, creeping and upright, culinary and lemon

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At Herbfresh.com we sell passion fruit, jujube fruit, blood oranges, meyer oranges, soon to be selling reed avos and hass avos and fuerte avos and more. At Herbfresh.com we sell all plants in 3" pots, fresh and ready to plant.

Go ahead and place your order on Local Harvest.org you won't regret it.


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