Plants

Below is a list of the plants we are planning to sell this summer. The list is subject to change (additions or subtractions are possible) and we have very limited numbers of a few of these plants.

We strive to identify our plants as accurately as possible, however plant tags typically do not state the botanical name, and seed suppliers are unfortunately not always accurate either. The below listed botanical names/plant ID are as complete as possible based on the information provided to us from our suppliers. If you have any questions about the identity of a plant you have purchased from us please reach out!

Common NameBotanical NameUses
Anise-hyssopAgastache foeniculumBeverages, culinary, pollinators, aesthetic
Basil – CinnamonOcimum basilicum ‘Cinnamon’Beverages, culinary
Basil – DollyOcimum basilicum ‘Dolly’Culinary
Basil – Large LeafOcimum basilicumCulinary
Basil – Lettuce LeafOcimum basilicumCulinary
Basil – Lime
*Limited – ask before ordering
Ocimum americanum ‘Lime’Beverages, culinary
Basil – Rosie (purple)Ocimum basilicum ‘Rosie’Culinary
Basil – Thai Siam QueenOcimum basilicum var. thyrsiflora ‘Siam Queen’Culinary
Calendula
DONE FOR SEASON
Calendula officinalis ‘103’Beverages, culinary, pollinators
CatnipNepeta catariaCats, pollinators, tea
ChamomileMatricaria sp.Tea, pollinators
ChervilAnthriscus cerefoliumSalads
CilantroCoriandrum sativum ‘Santo’Culinary, seeds (coriander), beneficial insects
Citrosa geranium (aka “citronella plant”)
DONE FOR SEASON
Pelargonium sp. ‘Citrosa’Aesthetic, aroma
ConeflowerEchinacea purpureaPollinators, beneficial insects, aesthetic
Cumin
DONE FOR SEASON
Cuminum cyminumCulinary, seeds, beneficial insects
Dill
DONE FOR SEASON
Anethum graveolens ‘Bouquet’Culinary, seeds, beneficial insects
EpazoteDysphania ambrosiodesCulinary, beneficial insects
Garden sageSalvia officinalisCulinary
Garlic Chives / ku chaiAllium tuberosumCulinary, beneficial insects, aphid repellent
Huacatay (Peruvian black mint)Tagetes minutaCulinary, cilantro substitute, aesthetic
Lavender – MunsteadLavandula angustifolia ‘Munstead’Culinary, beverages, aesthetic, aroma, pollinators
Lemon balmMelissa officinalisCulinary, beverages
Lemon bergamot (aka lemon mint, monarda, or bee balm)Monarda citriodoraTea, pollinators, aesthetic, aroma
Lemongrass (limited supply)Cymbopogon citratusTea, culinary, aroma, aesthetic, insect repellent
MarjoramOriganum majoranaCulinary, beverages, aroma, pollinators
Mexican TarragonTagetes lucidaCulinary, French tarragon substitute
Mint – Chocolate
DONE FOR SEASON
Mentha x piperita piperitaCulinary, beverages, aroma
Mint – MojitoMentha x villosaCulinary, beverages, aroma
Mint – Peppermint
DONE FOR SEASON
Mentha x piperita piperitaCulinary, beverages, aroma
Mint – PineappleMentha suaveolens ‘Variegata’Culinary, beverages, aroma
Mint – SpearmintMentha spicataCulinary, beverages, aroma
Onion ChivesAllium schoenoprasumCulinary, beneficial insects, aphid repellent
Oregano – GreekOriganum vulgare var. hirtumCulinary
Oregano – Hot and SpicyOriganum sp. ‘Hot And Spicy’Culinary
Oregano – ItalianOriganum x majoricumCulinary
Parsley – CurlyPetroselinum crispum ‘Forest Green’Culinary, beneficial insects
Parsley – Italian (flat-leaf)Petroselinum crispum var. neapolitanumCulinary, beneficial insects
Pineapple sage
DONE FOR SEASON
Salvia elegansCulinary, beverages, pollinators, hummingbirds, aesthetic
Rosemary Rosmarinus officinalisCulinary, beverages, pollinators, aroma
Shiso – RedPerilla frutescens var. crispaCulinary, aroma
Summer SavorySatureja hortensisCulinary
Thyme – Creeping (or Mother of Thyme)Thymus praecoxCulinary, beverages, groundcover, pollinators
Thyme – EnglishThymus vulgarisCulinary, pollinators, beverages
Thyme – FrenchThymus vulgarisCulinary, pollinators, beverages
Thyme – Lemon
DONE FOR SEASON
Thymus x citriodorus cv.Culinary, pollinators, beverages
Wild strawberryFragaria virginianaGroundcover, culinary, pollinators
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