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(Aloe Vera)
Good for skin rashes and burns. A traditional healer.$4.95

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528_31.jpg - 4kb Blephoraphylla
(Salvia blepharophylla)

Reddish foliage with rosy orange flowers

P, 2-3', sun

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(A. archangelica)
Culinary, medicinal; profuse, self-seeds; grow for its beauty

426_36.jpg - 9kbAnise
(Pimpinella Anisum)
Grow for seed. Use in cookies and ethnic cooking

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426_34.jpg - 9kbArugula
(Eruca vesicaria)

Spicy, nutty salad green. Very tasty
A, 10"

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426_38.jpg - 9kb Bee Balm-Citriodora
(Monarda citriodora)
Large beautiful pink flowers. Tea herb. Good dried flowers
TP, 36", sun

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Bee Balm-wild
(Monarda Fistulosa)
Lavender colored flowers
TP, 24", sun

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(Stachys Officinalis)
Pink-lavender flowers; beautiful in full bloom; enjoys partial shade
HP,2', sun, ps

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(Borago officinalis)
Prickly leaves taste like cucumbers. Eat when very small or blanch. Beautiful star shaped blue flowers, edible
A,2', sun

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Borage white
(Borago officinalis)
Prickly leaves taste like cucumbers. Eat when very small or blanch. Beautiful star shaped white flowers, edible
A,2', sun

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(Nepeta cataria)
The plant some cats go wild over. Pretty gray-green leaves and pink flowers.
P, 30", sun

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Cat Grass
Red winter wheat. Aids digestion in cats.
A,2', sun

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(Catmint Mussinni)
Great landscape plant, ground cover

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528_46.jpg - 4kbCatmint
(Nepeta Faassenii)
Low growing plant with very pretty purple flowers. Drought tolerant.
P, 8", sun

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Asian Cilantro
(Polygontan odoratum)
Grow this perennial indoors year round. Broad leaves, creeping habit. Excellent flavor
TP, 6", ps

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528_44.jpg - 3kbBronze Fennel
(Foeniculum vulgare nigra)
Decorative form of fennel with red-bronze, lacy foliage. Use same as green fennel.
P, 5', sun

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Bush Germander
(Teucricum Frutean)
More bush type; great for landscape
P, 2', sun

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426_29.jpg - 10kbCat Thyme
(Teucrium Marum)
Great for landscape, cats love it!
P, 12"-18", sun

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(Anthriscus cerefolium)
A, 12", sun
Delicate leaves have mild anise flavor. Add to dishes at the end of cooking

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(Aliiurn schoenoprasum)
P, 1', sun
Onion chive with pretty purple flowers. Use leaves and flowers for color and flavor

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426_19.jpg - 10kbCilantro
(Coriandram sativum)
A, 2', sun
Green leafy plant used in Asian and South American cuisine. add to spicy hot dishes.

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(Symphytum Officinalis)
Full sun, medicinal; 3-5 feet; invasive

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Curled Parsley
(Petroselinum crispurn)
P, 12", sun
Ruffled, bright green leaves great for any recipe calling for parsley. Attractive garnish.

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Curry plant
(Helichrysum angustifolium)
P, 1' , sun
Wonderful curry-scented foliage. Provides decorative silver edging in formal beds. Tiny mustard colored flowers

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(Anethum graveolens)
A, 3', sun
Finely cut foliage. Use fresh as dillweed to flavor soups, potato salad and fish.

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Dukat Dill
(A. graveolens 'Dukat')
A, 3', sun
Strong flavor and high oil content

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(Echinacea purpurea)
P, 2', sun
Cone flower Widely known for its medicinal qualities. Lovely purple daisies bloom July-September

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P, 2', sun
More drought tolerant than purpurea

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426_39.jpg - 10kbEpazote
(Chenopodium ambrosioides)
P, 4', sun
(Wormseed) Strong scented foliage used in Mexico and Guatemala for seasoning corn, black beans and fish

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Fernleaf Dill
(Anethum graveolens)
A, 18", sun
Dwarf plant, excellent for dillweed production, slow to bolt. Nice flavor

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Fernleaf Tansy
(Tanacetum vulgare'Crispum')
P, 3', sun
Finely cut curled leaves, very decorative in landscape. Spreads readily forming a large patch.

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(Chrysanthemum parthenium)
P, 2', sun
Green leafy plant with small daisy-like flowers. Leaves infused in tea are said to reduce migraine attacks

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(Digitalis purpurea)
pink and cream "thimble"shaped flowers

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528_07.jpg - 3kbFrench Tarragon
(Artemisia dracunculus)
P, 12", sun
The true tarragon and one of the finest culinary herbs. Aromatic, fragrant leaves are used in many dishes, salad dressings, fish, vegetables

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Garlic Chives
(Aliiurn tuberosum)
P, 1', sun
Delicious mild garlic/chive flavor. Used in salads, soups, omelets, White flowers.

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German Chamomile
(Marticaria recutita)
A, 18", sun
Finely cut foliage topped with white daisy-like flowers that are used to make tea.

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(Teucrium chamaedrys)
P, 2', sun
Nice upright edging plant with dark green glossy leaves and rosy flowers

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Golden Feverfew
(C. parthenium 'Aureum')
P, 2', sun
Decorative golden foliage with small daisy-like flower

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Gopher Purge
(Euphorbia lathyris)
B, 5', sun
Repels gophers if planted close together to form a root barrier

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(Heliotropium arborescens)
TP, 2', sun
Lavender flower, medicinal, perfume, potpourri; evergreen

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528_02.jpg - 3kbHops
(humulus lupulus)
P-pt sh
perennial summer vine, a climber; available in July

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(Marrubium vulgate)
P, 2', sun
Wrinkled, woolly, heart-shaped leaves used in past as remedy for coughs

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Hyssop Blue
(Hyssopus officinalis)
P, 2', sun
Refreshing aromatic scent; potpourri, culinary, ornamental

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Italian Parsley
(P. c. var. neapolitanurn)
B, 3', sun
Dark green, flat leaf with strong flavor. Popular variety

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Jerusalem sage
(Phlomis fruiticosa)
P, 3-4', sun
Landscape; fragrant yellow flower

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Lamb's Ears
(Stachys byzantina)
P, 1', sun
Soft, woolly silvery-gray foliage resembling lamb's ears in appearance and feel

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Lemon Balm
(Melissa officinalis)
TP, sun
Light green, lemon scented foliage. Used in salads, fish dishes and fruit drinks.

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426_47.jpg - 9kbLemon Grass
(Cymbopogon Citratus)
P, 6', sun
Lemon flavor for soups and vegetables; toning revitalizing, antiseptic

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Lemon Mint
(Monarda citriodora)
P, 2-3', sun
Lemon bergamot), purple flowers, blooms late summer

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528_35.jpg - 3kbLemon verbena
(Aloysia triphylla)
P, 6-10', sun
Foliage has strong fresh lemon scent. Dried leaves retain fragrance for 2-3 years. Ideal for potpourri; infuse in tea

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426_50.jpg - 9kbLicorice mint purple
(Agastache foeniculum)
P, 3', sun
Large purple flower spikes have wonderful licorice flavor. Use in tea, fruit salads,

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Lion's Ear
(Leonotis Leonurus)
P, sun
Orange flower; to 6 feet

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Lion's Ear Menthifolia
(Leonotis Menthaefolia)
P, 4-5', sun
Light orange flower

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426_46.jpg - 9kbLovage
(Levisticum officinale)
P, 2', sun
Large, aromatic leaves with celery flavor. Used in soups and stews

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mexmint.gif - 10kbMexican mint marigold
(Tagetes Lucida)
P 3', sun
Good substitute for french tarragon. small golden yellow flowers are edible.

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426_51.jpg - 8kbMilk Thistle
(Silybum Mariamun)
B, 5', sun
Rosette of bright green, white-veined spiny leaves; culinary; medicinal

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(Verbascum thapsus)
B, 5', sun
Giant fuzzy gray leaves topped with tall spikes and yellow flowers.

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(Pogostemon cablin)
P, 3', shade
Leaves have very characteristic scent often used in perfumes and incense throughout the world

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(Chrysanthemum Cinerariifolium)
P, 20", sun
White daisy-like flowers, insecticide

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Roman Chamomile
(Chamaemelum nobile)
P, 6" sun
Very low growing plant used for ground cover. Does not like heat. Not drought tolerant

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528_22.jpg - 4kbRose Campion-red
(Lychnis Coronaria)
P, 4', sun
Ruby flower on long stem, beautiful

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426_64.jpg - 10kbRue
(Ruta graveolens)
P, 3', sun
Leafy gray-green plant with pungent smell

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426_24.jpg - 10kbRussian sage
(Perovskia Atriplicifolia)
P, 3-4', sun
Ornamental blue flower, beautiful

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Salad Burnet
(Sanguisorba minor)
P,18", sun
Small finely cut leaves have a cucumber flavor. Great in salads

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(Santolina chamaecyparissus)
P, 2', sun
Bushy shrub adds nice silver-gray color to landscape. Yellow flower

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(Santolina virens)
P, 2', sun
Bushy shrub with thin spiky leaf branches and tiny yellow flowers. Has strong menthol odor which repels insects

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(Scutelleria baicalensis)
P, 3',sun-ps
Medicinal, violet blue; flowers in summer

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Self Heal
(Prunella Vulgaris)
P, 3', sun

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426_21.jpg - 10kbShallots
(Allium cepa)
P, 18", sun
True shallot with mild onion flavor. Brown skin with purple white flesh.

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Society Garlic
(Tulbaghia violacea)
P, 2', sun
Green, narrow leaves and lavender flower clusters. Use flowers in salads. Strong flavor

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(Rumex acetosa)
P, 3', sun
Broad leafy plant with pleasant bitter flavor. Use in soups or salads or steam as vegetable

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426_70.jpg - 9kbSt Johnswort
(Hypericum perforatum)
P, 3', sun-ps

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(Stevia Rebaudiana)
P, 2', sun
Sugar substitute

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426_67.jpg - 10kbSummary Savory
(Satureja hortensis)
A, 18", sun
A favorite herb for flavoring beans, cabbage and sauerkraut. Has peppery flavor.

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528_43.jpg - 3kbSweet Fennel
(Foeniculum vulgare)
P, 5', sun
Leaves excellent with fish dishes. Also good in soups, salads and stews.

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Sweet Woodruff
(Asperala odorara)
P, 6-8", shade
Slender creeping rhizome with erect stems and white star-like flowers. Needs full shade.

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(tagetes Leminnii)
P, 4-5', sun
Gold flower, profuse; blooms in mild winters

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(Tanacetum vulgare)
P, 3', sun
Green feathery leaves with pretty yellow flowers. Invasive, creeping rootstock with many erect stems.

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Trailing Germander
(Teucrium chamaedrys)
P, sun
Trailing, cascade over rock walls

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Tri-color Society Garlic
(T. violacea)
P, 2', sun
Green, white and pinkish foliage

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426_82.jpg - 9kbUpland Cress
(Barbarea vema)
P, 8", ps
Best cress for gardens. Easy to grow. Adds peppery tang to salads, sandwiches and vegetables.

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(Valerian Officinalis)
P, 4-5', ps
White flower, medicinal

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426_80.jpg - 10kbWatercress
(Nasturtium officinalea)
P, 8", sun-ps
Spicy gourmet salad vegetable. Adds peppery tang to breads, salads, soups, fish and sauces; vitamin-rich; needs lots of water

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426_66.jpg - 9kbWinter Savory
(Satureja montana)
P, 1', sun
Strongly flavored deep green leaves with slightly creeping habit

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426_44.jpg - 10kbZefa Fino Fennel
(Foeniculum vulgare)
P, 3', sun
Use the bulb in Italian dishes or sautéed

Artemisia Shopping List
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Silver Mound
(Artemisia schmidtiana)
P, 4-6", sun
Soft, silky, silvery foliage that grows in neat mounds. Lovely accent plant in landscape
(Artemisia abrotanum)
P, 3', sun
Strongly aromatic, gray-green shrub. woody rhizome with erect, irregular branches.grow near the hen house to deter lice,near cabbage to deter cabbage butterfly.
Sweet Annie
(Artemisia annua)
A, 6", sun
Sweet scented leafy green foliage. Dry for sweetly scented wreaths
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