Herb Seeds
(Seeds for Culinary & Medicinal Herb Plants)

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Products (Total Items: 48)
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Anise (<i>Pimpinella anisum</i>)
Seeds have a strong licorice flavor and are slightly sweet.
$1.75
Arugula
Also known as rocket or roquette; A spicy plant used as a salad green.
$1.75
Basil, Cinnamon
Used in Mexican and Indian dishes. Can be added as an interesting flavor to recipes that call for basil.
$2.45
Basil, Lemon
Strong lemon-basil flavor - excellent in Asian and Italian recipes.
$2.45
Basil, Lettuce Leaf
Used fresh to make pesto, dried its used as a seasoning.
$2.45
Basil, Licorice or Thai
Excellent in traditional Asian cuisines.
$2.45
Basil, Lime
Leaves have a zesty, citrus aroma. Great for any recipe calling for basil.
$2.45
Basil, Red Leaf
Used fresh to make a beutifully colored pesto, dried its used as a seasoning.
$2.45
Basil, Sweet
Used fresh to make pesto, dried its used as a seasoning.
$2.45
Borage
Up to 3-feet tall and is covered with blue, star-shaped, edible flowers that bees and other pollinators love.
$1.75
Caraway
Caraway is in the same family as parsley and its seeds are used as a flavoring for rye bread, sauerkraut, sausage, cheese, cabbage, and soups.
$1.75
Catnip
One whiff and your cats will be hooked. Also a calming tea (for people).
$1.75
Chamomile, German
Beautiful addition to wildflower gardens, flower beds, large meadow-like plantings and medicinal herb gardens.
$1.75
Chamomile, Roman
Used ornamentally as a ground cover and in pathways. As a medicinal, it is prepared as a soothing tea.
$1.75
Chervil, Curled
Chervil a delicate annual herb related to parsley and generally neglected.
$1.75
Chia
Aztec Warrior Food - Modern Superfood.
$1.95
Chicory
Roots are dried and roasted to be used as a coffee amendment or substitute. Traditionally used as a medicine
$1.95
Chives
Best known for their use as a garnish for things like baked potatoes.
$1.75
Chives, Garlic
Excellent as a garnish, in stir-fry or anywhere a hint of garlic flavor is desired.
$1.75
Coriander (Cilantro)<br><b>SOLD OUT for 2020</b>
Seeds used as a spice, fresh as a seasoning.
$1.75
Culinary Herb Seed Collection<br><b>SOLD OUT - Please Check Back</b>
Five culinary herb varieties in one collection. Great for gifts or for starting your own herb garden.
$9.95
Cumin <i>(Cuminum cyminum)</i><br><b>SOLD OUT for 2020</b>
Used whole or powdered to add some "heat" to recipes.
$1.75
Dill, Bouquet
Culinary herb used as seasoning and as a pickling spice.
$1.75
Dill, Dukat
More fragrant and flavorful than other types of dills
$1.75
Dill, Mammoth
Fine, tender parts are finely chopped and added to sauces. Also used fresh in pickling.
$1.75
Echinacea - Purple Coneflower
A wonderful addition to your folk medicinal or perennial flower garden.
$2.25
Fennel, Florence
Has a sweet, celery-like flavor with a hint of black licorice.
$1.75
Fenugreek
Seeds are used as a spice; leaves and sprouts are eaten as a vegetable.
$1.75
Horehound
Used for centuries to help treat coughs and sore throats.
$2.55
Hyssop
Used since ancient times to relieve sore throats and coughing.
$1.75
Lavender, English
Attracts butterflies, reportedly repels deer and moths, and was used medicinally.
$2.55
Lemon Balm
Useful in cooking, herbal teas, and home remedies. Very pleasant tasting.
$1.85
Lovage
The seeds are aromatic and used in cakes.
$2.75
Marjoram, Sweet
Utilized both fresh and dried as a culinary seasoning. It is similar to Oregano.
$1.95
Oregano
A perennial, grows fairly tall, has pink flowers and spreads by underground runners.
$1.85
Parsley, Evergreen<br><b>SOLD OUT for 2020</b>
More frost resistance than other varieties and grows vigorously.
$1.95
Parsley, Hamburg Rooted
Roots are 8-10 inches long, 2-inches in diameter, fleshy white, parsnip-like roots.
$1.95
Parsley, Italian
Deeply cut, dark green leaves with a rich strong flavor.
$1.95
Parsley, Moss Curled<br><b>SOLD OUT for 2020</b>
Early maturing, vigorous, compact plants. Leaves are deeply cut and curled.
$1.95
Parsley, Plain or Common
Plants are erect, 12-inches tall, vigorous; Leaves are large, flat, and glossy green.
$1.95
Sage (aka Common or Garden Sage)
A primary culinary herb used in Western cooking.
$1.95
Salad Burnet
Used for centuries as a medicinal, it is an attractive perennial used as a wonderful salad green.
$2.55
Sorrel, Garden or English
Immature leaves used in salads; mature leaves in soups for tartness.
$1.75
Summer Savory
Used as a peppery flavoring for salads, soups, stuffing, etc.
$1.75
Thyme, Creeping
Low growing. Often planted between the stones of paths for beauty and aroma.
$1.95
Thyme, Garden
Used as a seasoning, it is said to help in the digestion of fatty foods.
$1.95
Yarrow, Golden
Attractive to various pollinating insects; the cut flowers make interesting additions to fresh and dried floral arrangements.
$1.95
Yarrow, White
Interesting in landscapes, attractive to pollinators, used in floral arrangements, historically served as a medicinal herb.
$1.95
The Victory Seed Company does not advocate medical self-diagnosis or self-medication. Reference to the medicinal properties of plants are described here for educational and historical purposes only and are not to be construed as a prescription, prognosis or diagnosis for any disease or illness. As with any remedies or medicines, you should consult your personal health care provider before using.

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