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This herb is known around the world for its wonderful fragrance and flavor.
Sweet, juicy, nutritious red fruits add appetizing color to fresh salads and are superb for stuffing.
Bonnie’s best hybrid sweet bell pepper! A heavy yielder of large fruits.
Named for the town of Jalapa, Mexico, this is the most popular chile pepper in the United States.
One of the easiest herbs to grow, sweet mint has extra large leaves that are perfect for chopping into sauces and drinks.
Great for frying and pickling, these are an excellent choice for making pepper rings for sandwiches.
Tender, tasty purplish-black fruits that are great in a variety of dishes.
Produces massive crops of slim, 10-inch long, purplish-black fruit.
This hot pepper is used to make the famous Tabasco® Sauce. Peppers mature from yellow-green to orange to red and have a unique, smoky flavor that contributes to Tabasco’s distinctive taste.
Gardeners add the uniquely flavored leaves of common garden sage, an herbaceous perennial, to sauces, stuffings, poultry, pork, and sausage.
Enjoy oregano aroma and flavor on pizza, in egg dishes, and in tomato sauces.
Thyme is an easy and practical herb to grow. Highly aromatic, it enhances meat dishes, eggs, cheeses, soups, and sauces.
A favorite of all thymes, lemon thyme is great in the garden and the kitchen.
An excellent flavor boost for beverages and dishes.
One of the most potent hot peppers; 100 times hotter than a Jalapeño!
A citrus-scented geranium, this is a great patio plant, especially in containers.
An easy-growing plant for the garden or container.
Plant catnip for your favorite feline. This member of the mint family evokes an enthusiastic reaction from most cats.
One of the hottest peppers in the world. Fruits ripen from green to bright red, and have thin, wrinkled skins.
Resembling an ornamental grass, lemongrass adds movement and texture to container and in-ground plantings.
Fragrant purple flowers on tall spikes bloom right from the first year, creating a striking complement to the silvery gray foliage.
A favorite of restaurants and chefs, this Japanese sweet pepper produces handfuls of finger-long fruits.
A low-growing plant with fragrant leaves, this herb goes well with just about everything.
Trendy succulents seem to grab the spotlight, but why not grow a succulent that’s beautiful AND beneficial?
This Asian pasture grass was introduced to the US many years ago for pasture and fodder.
Spearmint has strong flavor and fragrance that is released with simple bruising. It’s the best mint variety for hot and cold drinks.
Do you dare to grow the world’s hottest pepper? With an off-the-chart Scoville rating of 1,569,300, these devilish red fruits aren’t for wimps.
A lovely, easy-to-grow plant with great culinary and ornamental value.
Great for hot sauces and basting, this pepper grows well in containers.
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