Seeds / Herb Seeds


Anise Hyssop Seeds

Anise Hyssop (Agastache Foeniculum) - Anise Hyssop seeds are so rewarding to grow! This Anise Hyssop is a beautiful, fragrant flower which makes a wonderful addition to herb gardens, perennial flower borders, and wildflower areas.

Anise Hyssop Seeds - Blue

Anise Hyssop Blue Spike (Agastache Foeniculum) - Start Anise Hyssop seeds and grow this lovely perennial herb! Anise Hyssop only grows to approximately 24 inches tall and has bright blue flower spikes. The spikes are tightly packed with flowers that bloom at different times.

Anise Hyssop Seeds - Golden

Anise Hyssop Golden Jubilee (Agastache Foeniculum) - This award winning Golden Hyssop herb has golden-green colored foliage with contrasting blue flowers. It can be grown from Anise Hyssop seeds, and it is attractive from seedling until frost. The spikes have strong square stems and the plants are held upright through the growing season.

Anise Hyssop Seeds - White

Anise Hyssop Snow Spike (Agastache Rugosa) - Bring the bees and butterflies to your garden when you start Anise Hyssop seeds and grow this wonderfully fragrant perennial Hyssop herb plant. Agastache Rugosa Snow Spike has tall flower spikes that are full of white little flowers that bloom at different times.

Anise Seeds

Anise (Pimpinella Anisum) - Start Anise seeds for a very versatile herb that can be grown for a wide variety of reasons. Anise plants make lovely ornamental herbs with fern-like, finely divided leaves and small white flower umbels.

Arnica Seeds

Mountain Tobacco (Arnica Montana) - Also called Leopard's Bane, Wolf's Bane, Mountain Tobacco, and Mountain Arnica. Arnica montana is sometimes grown in herb gardens and has long been used medicinally.

Artichoke Seeds

Artichoke Violet (Cynara Scolymus) - Bring an exotic look to your herb garden by growing Artichoke seeds! They have been grown for centuries, dating back to the Greeks and Romans. They are native to the Mediterranean area and grow in the wild. Here in the United States, Artichoke violet globe is widely cultivated and is considered to be a somewhat tender perennial.

Arugula Seeds

Arugula (Eruca Sativa) - Grow Arugula seeds for a rich, peppery tasting leafy green that makes excellent salads. The Arugula herb is also known as rocket, salad rocket, roquette, rugula, and rucola. Roquette Arugula is generally used raw in salads, but also cooked as a vegetable with pastas or meats for a delicious taste like spinach.

Astragalus Seeds

Astragalus (Astragalus Membranaceus) - Start Astragalus seeds and grow this herbaceous perennial plant that is native to the northern and eastern parts of China as well as Mongolia and Korea. It is is the pea family and produces small, pea-like yellow flowers.

Blessed Thistle Seeds

Blessed Thistle (Cnicus Benedictus) - Blessed Thistle seeds are grown as a medicinal herb. The herb is native to the Mediterranean area and has been used for centuries as a cure-all herb. The Blessed Thistle plant is an attractive annual that is freely branching with toothed leaves that have spines.

Burdock Seeds

Burdock (Arctium Lappa) - Burdock, or also called Great Burdock, is a robust biennial herb plant grown from herb seeds with long-stalked leaves. The Great Burdock herb is a nutritious vegetable and medicinal herb used as a remedy for measles, arthritis, tonsillitis, viruses like colds, throat pain, and as a diuretic.

Capparis Spinosa Seeds

Caper Bush (Capparis Spinosa) - the caper bush, also called Flinders rose, is a perennial, flowering plant that bears rounded, fleshy leaves and large white to pinkish-white flowers. Caperbushes are mainly used by humans for their fruit, which are rich in micronutrients.

Cardamom Seeds

Black Cardamom (Amomum Subulatum) - Grow your own Cardmom seeds for this exotic spice! Black Cardamom comes from an herbaceous perennial that is native to India and Asia. It is a culinary herb that is used in Chinese, Vietnamese and Indian cooking.

Cardoon Seeds

Cardoon (Cynara Cardunculus) - It is a member of the artichoke family with thick, deeply cut, thistle-like leaves and a violet colored thistle flower head in late summer. Commonly it is called Artichoke Thistle. The Cardoon Artichoke Thistle plant is grown both for eating and for its importance as a medicinal herb, and it easily grows from Cardoon seeds.

Catnip Seeds

Catnip (Nepeta Cataria) - Catnip seeds produce both attractive and beneficial plants for the garden. The herb attracts the good animals into the garden and keeps the pests away! Irresistible to cats and bees, it is a spreading, carefree joy in the bed or herb garden, blooming all summer with fragrant flowers and foliage.

Chervil Seeds

Chervil (Anthriscus Cerefolium) - Start Chervil seeds and grow this popular annual that is considered to be both a medicinal herb as well as a culinary herb. Chervil, also known as French Parsley, is also an attractive plant with finely-divided, fern-like leaves.

Cilantro Seeds

Cilantro (Coriandrum Sativum Santo) - Grow Cilantro seeds for this annual herb with an unmistakable strong scent and taste that has become the staple ingredient in salsa and other Mexican dishes. A member of the carrot family, Coriandrum Sativum Cilantro, grows easily from herb seeds, and it produces a flat, parsley-like leaf, and round herb seeds.

Clary Seeds

Clary (Salvia Sclarea) - Clary is an herb plant that is well-known for its many uses. It is easy to grow from Clary seeds, in the mint family and related to common sage. Often it is called Clary Sage. The Clary Sage herb is a biennial having a 2-year life cycle, so it flowers and sets seed the second growing season.

Comfrey Seeds

Comfrey (Symphytum Officinale) - Comfrey has been used as a healing herb for centuries. The comfrey herb is native to Asia and Europe, but early English immigrants brought it to North America for medicinal purposes.

Corn Salad Seeds

Corn Salad (Valerianella Locusta) - Corn Salad seeds were often found growing in the wild and found in the grain fields of Europe. Once considered to be rather weedy, it now has improved cultivars and is grown throughout Europe and North America for an early spring nutritious herb.

Dandelion Seeds

Dandelion (Taraxacum Officinale) - What many consider to be an obnoxious weed is actually a versatile herb that many gardeners enjoy in their herb gardens! Dandelion seeds will grow everywhere, and they are easy to establish and maintain. The leaves are dark green, long and lance-shaped.

Dill Seeds

Dill (Anethum Graveolens) - Grow Dill seeds for a great short-lived annual herb that has ferny foliage which is highly attractive and most delicate. The plant is surprisingly compact, making it ideal for growing in small containers, in the garden, or ideal for windowsills. It will grow to approximate 15 - 20 inches tall.

Fennel Seeds

Fennel (Foeniculum Vulgare Florence) - Sweet Fennel is widely cultivated, both in its native range and elsewhere, for its edible, strongly-flavored leaves and Fennel seeds. The flavor is similar to that of anise, though usually not so strong and more aromatic and sweeter.

Fenugreek Seeds

Fenugreek (Trigonella Foenum-graecum) - Fenugreek seeds are easy to grow and the herb plant has nutritional value. This annual is widely cultivated for use as a medicinal herb and as a culinary herb. It has leaves that have 3 lobes and look clover-like, and it produces small cream to yellow colored flowers.

Feverfew Seeds

Feverfew (Chrysanthemum Parthenium) - Feverfew is definitely a must-have for the herb garden! It is not only a lovely ornamental herb, but it has medicinal value as well. Chrysanthemum Parthenium Feverfew is easily grown from herb seeds, and it is a hardy perennial with deeply cut leaves and lovely daisy-like blooms that measure 3/4 inch across.

Fireweed Seeds

Fireweed AKA Willowherb (Epilobium Angustifolium) - Start Fireweed seeds for this versatile perennial that offers beauty as well as value as a medicinal herb. The perennial has slender upright spikes of flowers in shades of rosy pink in the months of June - September.

Germander Seeds

Germander (Teucrium Chamaedris) - The woody perennial can be grown from Germander seeds! It's a wonderful addition for the herb garden, making the perfect border plant. It can be trimmed like a hedge. Germander, or also called Wall Germander, has a history of medicinal uses and is used in the manufacture of liqueurs, vermouths, and tonic wines.

Ginseng Seeds

Ginseng (Panax Ginseng) - Anybody with an interest in herbal medicine has heard of the herbal root ginseng. Many people can benefit greatly from panax ginseng. This particular ginseng, which is often called Asian, Chinese and Korean Ginseng, is the most widely used type of ginseng.

Hyssop Seeds

Hyssop (Hyssopus Officinalis) - Many herb gardeners are growing Hyssop seeds in their gardens. This hardy perennial likes full sun and well-drained, alkaline soil. It is a bushy plant with woody stems and small leaves. Pollinators love Hyssop flowers, and in mid-summer there are many spikes of violet-blue flowers.

Lemon Balm Seeds

Lemon Balm (Melissa Odorata) - Start Lemon Balm seeds and grow the soothing, aromatic herb right on the windowsill! Lemon Balm's most popular use is in soothing herbal teas, where its lemon-scented volatile oils are released. Chopped fresh leaves are also good in salads, soups and stews.

Licorice Seeds

Licorice (Glycyrrhiza Glabra) - Licorice is a tall, shrub-like perennial that readily establishes from herb seeds. It is attractive growing in the herb garden with lavender-blue flowers in the summer and early fall. The Licorice herb plant is a legume and is native to Southern Europe and parts of Asia.

Lovage Seeds

Lovage (Levisticum Officinalis) - The kitchen herb garden would not be complete without Lovage, the hardy long-lived perennial. Lovage seeds grow quickly and the herb plant can reach over 72 inches in height. It prefers full sun to partial shade, and it develops a long taproot, so cultivate the bed deeply before adding the Lovage plant. This herb is also commonly referred to as Garden Lovage.

Malabar Spinach Seeds

Malabar Spinach (Basella Rubra) - If you are looking for a different flavor from traditional spinach, then this gorgeous combination of deep green leaves set against burgundy stems and violet blooms will be perfect in your herb garden. Edible leaves grown from Malabar Spinach seeds can be used throughout summer and will flourish in heat and humidity.

Marjoram Seeds

Sweet Marjoram (Majorana Hortensis) - Sweet Marjoram is a tender perennial than does well both in the herb garden or in a hanging basket or other container. Because it is sensitive to frosts, it is often grown as an annual, growing quickly from Marjoram seeds for a harvest each season.

Marsh Mallow Seeds

Marsh Mallow (Althaea Officinalis) - It is native to Europe but can be found growing in many places around the world. It is easy to grow from Marsh Mallow seeds, and it also makes a lovely flowering display as well as having therapeutic benefits.

Mexican Mint Seeds

Mexican Mint (Tagetes Lucida) - Growing Mexican Mint seeds is very rewarding! In the herb garden, it is highly ornamental with a profusion of small yellow flowers that bloom in late summer. As a kitchen herb, it has a scent of tarragon and a licorice-anise flavor that is a great seasoning for fish or chicken and the leaves are nice in tossed green salads.

Milk Thistle Seeds

Milk Thistle (Silybum Marianum) - Milk Thistle seeds grow easily and produce a hardy biennial that is native to the Mediterranean area and has naturalized throughout North America. It is very impressive as an ornamental herb plant. It is tall and stately with large, mottled, spiny foliage that contains a milky sap-like substance and large, thistle-like heads of rose-pink flowers.

Motherwort Seeds

Motherwort (Leonurus Cardiaca) - Motherwort has a squarish stem which is clad in short hairs and is often purplish, especially near the nodes. Motherwort is probably native to the southeastern part of Europe and central Asia where it has been cultivated since ancient times.

New Zealand Spinach Seeds

New Zealand Spinach (Tetragonia Tetragonioides) - Start New Zealand Spinach seeds and grow a tasty, nutritious plant for your herb garden! New Zealand Spinach is a warm season perennial that grows as an annual in colder climates. The New Zealand Spinach plant is not frost tolerant like true spinach and is not related to it although it is eaten and prepared the same. The taste is considered to be milder in flavor than true spinach.

Okra Seeds

Okra - Clemson Spineless (Abelmoschus Esculentus) - Grow Okra seeds for this edible and ornamental herb plant. The lovely flowers are hibiscus-like and creamy white in color. This variety of Okra has deep green, ribbed, spineless pods. Pick the pods young while they are still tender.

Orach Seeds

Orach (Atriplex Hortensis Red Plume) - Grow Orach seeds and grow some beautiful herb plants for an edible landscape. Atriplex hortensis, commonly referred to as Garden Orache, Red Orach, Mountain Spinach, or French Spinach, is a hardy, annual herb plant that grows upright up to 72 inches tall depending on where it is grown.

Peppermint Seeds

Peppermint (Mentha Piperita) - Peppermint seeds are easy to grow and the mature herb plant is pretty easy to identify by its dark green to purplish leaves. This herb typically grows around 24 inches tall or more, and consists of purplish, square stems and oblong purplish leaves with pointed tips, distinct veins, and toothed edges.

Perilla Frutescens Seeds

Beefsteak Plant (Perilla Frutescens) - This must-have for the herb garden is an annual that goes by many different common names including: Ao Shiso, Beefsteak Plant, Ji Soo, Purple Perilla, Shiso, Wild Basil, Wild Red Basil, Chinese Basil, Purple Mint, Rattlesnake Week and Summer Coleus.

Rosemary Seeds

Rosemary (Rosemarinus Officinalis) - An easy to grow perennial herb that enhances many foods including breads, vegetables and meats. It is also attractive and great to use for landscaping. Grow Rosemary from herb seeds to create a lovely garden or container herb plant that is highly resistant to deer, drought and pests.

Rue Seeds

Rue (Ruta Graveolens) - Grown from Rue seeds, this perennial ornamental herb is as versatile as it is lovely. Known as Herb of Grace, Garden Rue and Common Rue, it is a wonderful addition to the herb garden because it is evergreen and can be pruned and shaped into a hedge.

Sage Seeds

Sage (Salvia Officinalis) - The Sage herb is an excellent ground cover for edging sidewalks or garden pathways where its attractive foliage and flowers can be appreciated. Many people also dry sage for creating aromatic wreaths and dried flower arrangements. It's such a versatile plant, growing in a rock garden or bordering an herb garden and so easy to start from Sage seeds.

Salad Burnet Seeds

Salad Burnet (Sanguisorba Minor) - Start these herb seeds and grow Salad Burnet for a pretty little perennial herb that has culinary use. It makes a very nice container plant or grown in the herb garden, it makes an attractive border. The Salad Burnet herb has uniquely shaped leaves and forms a rounded bush with nice leaf coverage.

Senna Seeds

Wild Senna (Senna Hebecarpa) - This native, long-lived, yellow flowering perennial is found in the eastern third of the United States. It is excellent for native gardens and meadows as well as conservation plantings. It is also used as a medicinal herb.

Skullcap Seeds

Skullcap (Scutellaria Baicalensis Siberian Magic) - The herb garden has never had a more lovely perennial that can be grown from herb seeds! Skullcap is an attractive ornamental herb with erect stems of bluish-purple blooms that arrive in the latter part of spring. The Skullcap herb plant reaches about 14 inches in height and the same in width.

Sorrel Seeds

Garden Sorrel (Rumex Acetosa) - Garden Sorrel is a becoming more well-known and used in the United States as a culinary herb, and it easily grow from Sorrel seeds. It comes from Europe and has been used there for centuries. Its use dates back to the ancient Egyptians, Greeks, and Romans. Garden Sorrel is also known as Common Sorrel, English Sorrel and simply Sorrel.

Spearmint Seeds

Spearmint (Mentha Spicata) - Sweetly aromatic, Spearmint, can be used in both cooking and in potpourri and other fragrant decorative items. Spearmint herb is used to make mint jellies and sauces and of course, tea! Spearmint also has medicinal benefits as well. It is a wonderful addition for the garden that can easily be started with Spearmint herb seeds.

Spikenard Seeds

American Spikenard (Aralia Racemosa) - American Spikenard herb plants can reach 48 inches in height, and they have attractive foliage, small greenish-white flower clusters in the summer and showy clusters of small red to purple berries in the fall. It is a lovely perennial plant that makes an attractive addition to the herb garden, and they can be established by starting Spikenard seeds.

Stinging Nettle Seeds

Stinging Nettle (Urtica Dioica) - Stinging Nettle is found growing all across North America and especially in moist, forested soil. If you have experienced the pain of a Stinging Nettle plant, wisdom would tell you to avoid it. But, this perennial, often grown from herb seeds, is used as a medicinal herb, and it is used in the kitchen as well where cooking will remove the stinging effect of the leaves.

Tansy Seeds

Tansy (Tanacetum Vulgare) - Start Tansy seeds and grow the commonly known plant Golden Buttons or Common Tansy. Common Tansy herb plants grow to two to three feet tall with small yellow button-like flowers. The Tansy leaves are used dry to make dyes and many forms of insect repellents. This is an herb plant grown from herb seeds that you DO NOT eat.

Thyme Seeds

Thyme (Thymus Vulgaris) - Grown from Thyme seeds, this plant produces small gray-green leaves and tiny summer blooms. It is not only attractive in the perennial border or herb garden, but it also attracts birds, bees and butterflies to the garden as well. It is also commonly referred to as Garden Thyme or English Thyme.

Toothache Plant Seeds

Toothache Plant (Spilanthes Oleracea) - Start Toothache Plant seeds and grow this helpful and attractive plant in the herb garden! Toothache Plant is a tender perennial that is commonly used to treat toothaches along with other mouth, throat, and gum conditions. The leaves and flowers can be chewed to have a mildly anesthetizing effect.

Valerian Seeds

Valerian (Valeriana Officinalis) - Start Valerian seeds and grow this well-known herb plant. Valerian is highly prized as a medicinal herb. It is a hardy perennial with a history of use dating back to the 16th century. It is very ornamental with fern-like foliage and pink flower heads that attract butterflies.

Watercress Seeds

Watercress (Nasturtium Officinale) - Watercress seeds are grown for both a culinary herb as well as a medicinal herb. It is a succulent, leafy plant that thrives in marshes, bogs and water gardens. The lobed leaves can be eaten raw, cooked or dried. They have a pungent flavor and are crisp.