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  • Brussel Sprout Seeds (Pack of 100)
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    The Long Island Improved Brussel Sprout is an heirloom variety that is a classical veggie garden staple. This variety has been producing delicious miniature-like cabbage heads for over 100 years! Brussel Sprouts are a great compliment to any meat, fish, or potato dish.This durable variety can withstand cooler temperatures making planting available in spring, summer, or fall!

    Sowing: Brussel sprouts get their best flavor from frost, so plant them late in May or early in June for a fall crop. Sow Brussel Sprout seeds deep in soil, and wait to transplant until the plants reach 6 tall. Keep soil moist and compact.

    Latin Name: Brassica oleracea

    Type: Heirloom, Cool season

    Light Requirement: Full sun

    USDA Zones: All

    Height: Up to 24"

    Plant Spacing: 15-18"

    Uses: Culinary

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  • Butterhead Lettuce Seeds (Pack of 500)
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    This classic Butterhead lettuce variety is known for its beautiful rosette shape and tender, crispy, texture. Use this lettuce for its firm texture and delicious buttery taste!

    Sowing: You can begin direct sowing your first crop once the soil temperature reaches 35 degrees or as soon as the soil can be worked. Once the temperature exceeds 75 degrees, the seeds will go dormant, so keep this in mind. Spread the seeds as thinly as possible in rich soil and direct sunlight.

    Latin Name: Lactuca sativa

    Type: Cool Season 65 days

    Light Requirement: Sun/Partial Shade

    USDA Zones: All

    Height: 6-8"

    Plant Spacing: 6-8"

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  • Catnip Seeds (Pack of 400)
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    This well known mint is a plant favorite of cats! These grayish green leaves have a mint-like flavor and have been used throughout the ages for their medicinal purposes in teas. This plant may be harvested 75-85 days after sowing.

    Sowing: Catnip is a vigorous plant that can grow in almost any soil however it does best in full sun and well-drained soil. Sow directly after the last frost, deep in soil.

    Latin Name: Nepeta cataria

    Life Cycle: Perennial

    Light Requirement: Full sun

    USDA Zones: 3-9

    Height: Up to 30"

    Plant Spacing: 15-20"

    Uses: Aromatic, Medicinal

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  • Chives Seeds (Pack of 200)
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    Chives are a versatile and tasty herb, perfect for adding a mild onion like flavor to any dish. Pair with baked potatoes, soups, and stews. This grass like herb grows in bunches with deep green hollow stems.

    Sowing: Chives are an herb that does well in ground, or in a container. Chives do best in rich soil, and seeds can be started indoors approximately 4 weeks before the last spring frost. To achieve fastest germination, provide bottom heat, moisture, and darkness. The seeds should sprout within 2-3 weeks. To direct sow, plant the seeds after the last frost of spring 1/4" deep in rows 18" apart, thinning to 6-8" apart as soon as the seedlings appear. Chives also grow well as a container plant.

    Latin Name: Allium schoenoprasum

    Life Cycle: Perennial

    Light Requirement: Full sun

    USDA Zones: 3-9

    Height: 12-18"

    Plant Spacing: 2-8"

    Uses: Culinary, Aromatic, Attracts Butterflies
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  • Dill Seeds (Pack of 850)
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    Long Island Mammoth Dill is the largest of the dill varieties. This dill is great for its culinary use in omelets, cheeses, poultry, pickles, and soups.

    Sowing: Dill typically does not transplant well, so direct sowing is the best method for planting. Plant Dill seeds directly in soil after the last spring frost. Dill does best in well-drained, fertile soil and full sun.

    Latin Name: Anethum graveolens

     

    Life Cycle: Annual

    Light Requirement: Full sun

    USDA Zones: 3-9

    Height: Up to 24"

    Plant Spacing: 8"

    Uses: Culinary, Medicinal, Attracts Bees, Butterflies, and Birds

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  • Genovese Basil Seeds (Pack of 150)
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    Genovese Basil is widely known as the classical choice for pesto and complimenting garlic dishes. The flat leaved deep green plant has a strong spicy fragrance and flavor and is a staple for any herb garden.

    Sowing: Basil does best in warm weather, thriving in soil that drains well and does not dip below 50 degrees Fahrenheit. If sowing indoors, spread thinly in a flat and provide heat to speed germination. Direct sowing should be done deep in soil, after the last frost in the spring in full sun.

    Latin Name: Ocimum basilicum

    Life Cycle: Annual

    Light Requirement: Full sun

    USDA Zones: 3-12

    Height: Up to 24-30"

    Plant Spacing: 15-18"

    Uses: Culinary, Aromatic, Medicinal

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  • Lavender Seeds (Pack of 100)
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    This delicate and versatile variety of lavender is well known for its beauty and fragrance adding color and appeal to any garden. This long blooming hardy plant can be dried and used in sachets and potpourris. It is also popular in many dessert dishes.

    Sowing: To prep your seeds for sowing, refrigerate them for one month before planting. Use a soil with optimal drainage and plant the seeds just below the surface. Maintain moist soil and a temperature of 60-64 degrees Fahrenheit while keeping out of very hot sun. Germination may take up to a month, and plants will reach an appropriate transplanting size in about 6 months. Ideally, you will want to transplant in late spring or fall. Lavender plants prefer full sun and rocky, sandy, soil that drains well.

    Latin Name: Lavandula angustifolia

    Life Cycle: Perennial

    Light Requirement: Full sun

    USDA Zones: 5-12

    Height: Up to 24"

    Plant Spacing: 24-36"

    Uses: Culinary, Fragrant, Medicinal, Attracts Bees, Butterflies, & Birds

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  • Non GMO Seed Pack 10 Varieties
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    This extensive collection of herbs includes seeds for Basil, Chives, Cilantro, Dill, Lavender, Oregano, Parsley, Rosemary, Sage, and Thyme. If you've ever dreamed of starting an herb garden for all your culinary needs, this is the perfect starter pack. With over 2000 seeds total, you'll have plenty of opportunity to get your garden started!

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  • Non GMO Seed Pack 5 Varieties
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    This extensive collection of herbs includes seeds for Oregano, Chives, Parsley, Basil, and Cilantro. If you've ever dreamed of starting an herb garden for all your culinary needs, this is the perfect starter pack. With over 1000 seeds total, you'll have plenty of opportunity to get your garden started!

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  • Non GMO Seed Pack 7 Varieties
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    This extensive collection of herbs includes seeds for Basil, Parsley, Thyme, Oregano, Cilantro, Chives, and Dill. If you've ever dreamed of starting an herb garden for all your culinary needs, this is the perfect starter pack. With over 2000 seeds total, you'll have plenty of opportunity to get your garden started!

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  • Oregano Seeds (Pack of 750)
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    Use Oregano to add a warm spicy flavor to your food! Classically used in Italian, Greek, and Mexican cuisine, making this bright green drought tolerant plant a must have herb in your garden.

    Sowing: Start the seeds indoors about 2 months before the last spring frost. Plant your seeds just below the surface of the soil and keeping the temperature at 65-70 degrees F. Oregano requires at least 6 hours of sunlight and moist soil during this process. Transplant them into a dry soil mix after the last chance of frost.

    Latin Name: Origanum vulgare

    Species Origin: Mediterranean, Eurasia

    Life Cycle: Perennial

    Light Requirement: Full sun

    USDA Zones: 4-12

    Height: 12-24 Inches

    Plant Spacing: 12 Inches

    Uses: Culinary, Medicinal

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  • Organic Cilantro Seeds (Pack of 80)
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    This organic cilantro is great for hot climates. This plant produces large rich green flavorful leaves. This classic herb is well known throughout the world in many culinary dishes for its delicious pungent flavor.

    Sowing: Cilantro is a cool weather plant and many gardeners have the best success with coriander by planting it any time from September through February. It is best to directly sow this plant, as it does not transplant well. It can also be planted as soon as possible in the spring, or after the heat of summer as a fall crop. Plant the seeds deep in soil with good drainage. Germination usually takes 2-3 weeks. For a continuous harvest, plant a new crop every 2-3 weeks.

    Latin Name: Coriandrum sativum

    Life Cycle: Annual

    Light Requirement: Full sun

    USDA Zones: 3-12

    Height: Up to 20"

    Plant Spacing: 12"

    Uses: Culinary, Medicinal, Aromatic

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  • Organic Roma Tomato Seeds (Pack of 100)
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    These organic Roma Tomatoes are one of the most classically used tomato varieties for pastes, sauces, and canning. Fruits reach approximately 3" and are known for being very easy to grow! This variety of tomato bears fruit heavily until frost.

    Sowing: Begin sowing your seeds indoors 6-8 weeks before the last frost of spring. Plant the seeds in a flat 1/4" deep and 1" apart. Keep the flat near a sunny window or underneath grow lights and the temperature at 70-75 degrees F until germination. You will also need to make sure you're using a soil with adequate drainage and keep it moist during this process. When the second set of leaves emerges, transplant the seedlings into individual pots and bury the stems up to the lowest set of leaves to grow strongly rooted plants. Tomatoes typically cannot endure cold weather, and need to be slowly introduced to the change in weather. They should not be transplanted outside until any chance of frost has completely passed. For direct sowing, wait until the soil temperature reaches at least 70 degrees F, then plant the seedlings in full sun and very rich soil. Once your seeds sprout, bury the entire stem up to the lowest set of leaves.

    Latin Name: Lycopersicon esculentum

    Type: Warm Season 80 days

    Light Requirement: Full sun

    USDA Zones: All

    Plant Height: Up to 60"

    Plant Spacing: 18-36"

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  • Organic Zucchini Seeds (Pack of 50)
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    This classic organic zucchini squash is a garden staple for any summer garden. This squash matures in approximately 50-60 days and taste best when harvested young. This shiny deep green fruit averages 5-8" long x 20 in diameter.

    Sowing: Squash do not do well with transplant, using pea pots indoors the month before the last frost is recommended for short growing seasons. To direct sow, plant the seeds in rich soil about deep when the soil temperature reaches at least 70 degrees F.

    Latin Name: Cucurbita pepo

    Type: Warm Season 50 days

    Light Requirement: Full sun

    USDA Zones: All

    Size: Up to 8"

    Plant Spacing: 24-36"

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  • Parsley Seeds (Pack of 450)
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    This versatile herb can be used as an addition or garnish to virtually any dish. Italian Parsley has a deep green color with a rich pungent flavor. Perfect for use in salads, soups, etc., and preferred for most Italian dishes.

    Sowing:It is common to start parsley seeds indoors after soaking the seeds overnight. Sow in the spring after the last frost. Plant the seeds deep and allow for 3-5 weeks before your plants sprout. Wait to transplant your plants until the average outdoor soil temperature reaches 60 degrees Fahrenheit

    Latin Name: Petroselinum crispum

    Life Cycle: Biennial

    Light Requirement: Full sun/partial shade

    USDA Zones: 3-10

    Height: Up to 15 Inches

    Plant Spacing: 6 Inches

    Uses: Culinary, Medicinal, Attracts Bees, Butterflies, & Birds

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  • Rosemary Seeds (Pack of 200)
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    Rosemary is savory, culinary favorite, with a minty pine scent. This plant has silvery, needle-like foliage and delicate flowers. Rosemary is classically used to flavor meat, potatoes, soups and stews. This drought tolerant plant can be used fresh or dried, and may aid headaches and stimulate circulation.

    Sowing: Start seeds 10-12 weeks before the last frost. Light penetration is required for germination so lay seeds over growing medium and gently press into soil. Keep the soil moist until germination, which can take up to a month. Wait until after the last frost to transplant the rosemary outdoors in full sun.

    Latin Name: Rosmarinus officinalis

    Species Origin: Mediterranean, Africa, Europe, Western Asia

    Life Cycle: Perennial

    Light Requirement: Full Sun

    USDA Zones: 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10

    Height: 18-60 Inches

    Plant Spacing: 8-10" for annuals, 24-36" for perennials

    Uses: Culinary, Aromatic, Medicinal, Attracts Butterflies, Deer Resistant

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  • Sage Seeds (Pack of 100)
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    Broadleaf Sage, or Common Sage can be planted indoors or outdoors and is an extremely flavorful and versatile herb. Sage is well known for its use to spice poultry, vegetables, stuffing, sausages, and many other foods. Sage has a soft light green texture making it an attractive perennial garden herb plant.

    Sowing: Transplant: Start sage indoors 6-8 weeks before the last frost of spring. Sow the seeds just below the surface of the soil, deep in individual containers. Keep the soil at a temperature of 65-70 degrees F and be very careful with watering during this time. Germination should take place within 2-3 weeks, then thin to one plant per container. Transplant after the last spring frost into soil with optimal drainage.

    Latin Name: Salvia officinalis

    Species Origin: Mediterranean, Northern Africa

    Life Cycle: Perennial

    Light Requirement: Full Sun/Partial Shade

    USDA Zones: 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9

    Height: 18-24 Inches

    Plant Spacing: 12"

    Uses: Culinary, Aromatic, Medicinal, Attracts Honeybees & Butterflies, Deer Resistant

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  • Thyme Seeds (Pack of 1000)
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    This garden classic is known for its dainty green leaves and versatile culinary use. The whole plant can be used to flavor a wide variety of dishes. Thyme is known for its aid with sore throats and coughs. This drought tolerant herb can also be used as an aromatic, ornamental landscape herb.

    Sowing: Direct sowing for thyme is not generally recommended, as the germination process takes much longer in cool soil. Start thyme indoors 5-6 weeks before the last frost. Sow thyme seeds 1/4" deep in a flat and keep them out of direct sunlight. Germination may take up to 28 days and soil must maintain approximately 70 degrees Fahrenheit. Once the last risk of frost has passed, transplant the seedlings into a sandy soil mix in full sun.

    Latin Name: Thymus vulgaris

    Species Origin: Mediterranean, Southern Europe

    Life Cycle: Perennial

    Light Requirement: Full Sun

    USDA Zones: 5-12

    Height: 8 Inches

    Plant Spacing: 9-12 Inches

    Uses: Culinary, Aromatic, Medicinal, Attracts Honeybees & Butterflies, Deer Resistant

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