- Genovese Basil
- Bouquet Dill
- Giant from Italy Parsley
We reserve the right to substitute seed varieties in all collections in case of shortages.
The classic large-leaved Italian sweet basil prized for its spicy flavor and wonderful aroma. Fragrant plants grow 18-24". This is the variety of choice for pesto. Annual.
Delicate onion-flavored foliage is good for fresh eating or cooking, excess freezes well. The lavender-pink flowers are also edible and attractive. Plants will self seed. Perennial in zones 3-9.
No Mexican meal is complete without this multi-purpose herb. The fresh leaves are called cilantro, and the seeds are used as a spice called coriander. Successive sowings ensure a continuous supply. Slow bolting strain. 50-55 days to first leaf harvest, 90-120 days for seed. Annual, 1-2' tall.
The most widely grown dill. Early maturing plants have dark green leaves, 6" flowering umbels, and an intoxicating dill aroma. Excellent leaf and seed yields. 45-55 days leaf, 70-90 days seed. Self-seeding annual.
Giant from Italy Parsley
Sizeable bushy plants produce a continuous supply of large flat leaves with strong parsley flavor. Prized by Italian cooks. Biennial in zones 6-9, grown as an annual. 85-90 days.
One of the most versatile herbs used in cooking, can be used to season any meat or vegetable. Plants grow 6-12" tall with a sprawling habit. Perennial in zones 5-8.