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Roots are dried and roasted to be used as a coffee amendment or substitute. Traditionally used as a medicine
Best known for their use as a garnish for things like baked potatoes.
Chives, Garlic
Excellent as a garnish, in stir-fry or anywhere a hint of garlic flavor is desired.
Coriander (Cilantro)
Seeds used as a spice, fresh as a seasoning.
Culinary Herb Seed Collection
Five culinary herb varieties in one collection.
Cumin <i>(Cuminum cyminum)</i>
Used whole or powdered to add some "heat" to recipes.
Dill, Bouquet
Culinary herb used as seasoning and as a pickling spice.
Dill, Dukat
More fragrant and flavorful than other types of dills
Dill, Mammoth
Fine, tender parts are finely chopped and added to sauces. Also used fresh in pickling.
Echinacea - Purple Coneflower
A wonderful addition to your folk medicinal or perennial flower garden.
Evergreen Parsley
More frost resistance than other varieties and grows vigorously.
Fennel, Florence
Has a sweet, celery-like flavor with a hint of black licorice.
Seeds are a spice, leaves and sprouts are eaten as a vegetable.
Hamburg Rooted Parsley
Roots are 8-10 inches long, 2 inches in diameter, fleshy white, parsnip-like roots.
Used for centuries to help treat coughs and sore throats.
Used since ancient times to relieve sore throats and coughing.
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