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Summer Savoury - Annapolis Seeds - Nova Scotia Canada
Summer Savoury
Price: $2.00

A traditional favourite here in the Maritimes. It’s so fast and easy growing in our sometimes challenging climate, it’s easy to see why! Savoury makes a great addition to a lot of dishes, especially good paired with meats and beans. A fast growing annual, it can be direct sown in late spring or started inside in April and transplanted. Snip the leaves whenever they’re needed, or they can be collected and dried. Bees love the small purple flowers which appear late summer. 100+ seeds (0.2 g)

Grown by Annapolis Seeds

Flat Leaf Parsley - Annapolis Seeds - Nova Scotia Canada
Flat Leaf Parsley
Price: $2.00

The flavourful flat leaf variety great for seasoning. An easy to grow hardy biennial, the leaves can harvested well into the colder months.

-Grown by Twisted Brook and Yonder Hill Farm
Yellow Mustard - Annapolis Seeds
Yellow Mustard
Price: $2.00

Grow your own mustard! This is the kind for condiments and pickling, as opposed to leaf mustards. Very easy to grow in our climate; sow in early spring, for early summer blossoms followed by plump seed pods in the fall. 100+ seeds


-Grown by Annapolis Seeds
Green Chervil - Annapolis Seeds
Green Chervil
Price: $2.00

(Anthriscus cerefolium) Soft ferny leaves that are sweet and anise flavoured. Super cold hardy, when planted in the fall chervil will overwinter and can stand up to the coldest winter weather. They’re a great addition to cold weather salads. Approx. 100 seeds


-Grown by Annapolis Seeds
Chives - Annapolis Seeds - Nova Scotia Canada
Chives
Price: $2.00

A must have for any herb garden. Chives are carefree perennials, once established they need very little attention. Cut the leaves throughout the spring sand summer as needed. The small round flowers that appear in summer are edible and great for garnishing salads. Start seeds just like onions or leeks in early spring.

-Grown by Yonder Hill Farm
Lebanese Zaatar Seed - Annapolis Seeds - Nova Scotia Canada
Lebanese Zaatar
Price: $2.00

From the village of Bhamdoun in the mountains of Lebanon. These seeds were gifted to me in 2017 by Niki Jabbour, whose mother in law uses it for zaatar blends, pickling and many other dishes. I'm honoured to grow and propagate this special seed here in NS! Botanically, we're pretty sure it's Satureji hortensis, the same species at Summer Savoury. Easy to grow annual, it thrives in our climate. Grows to about 24" tall. Start the seeds indoors in April, and transplant out when the warm days arrive in early June. 100+ seeds

-Grown by Annapolis Seeds
Garlic Chives - Annapolis Seeds - Nova Scotia Canada
Garlic Chives (out of stock)
Price: $3.00

(Allium tuberosum) An easy to grow and versatile perennial herb. These small cluster forming onion relatives are very low-maintenance once established and can naturalize. The greens are delicious in many dishes, and the flowers are not only wonderful additions to salads but very attractive to bees and pollinators also. Start seeds indoors in early spring. 100 seeds (0.25 g)

-Grown by Twisted Brook

Tulsi - Annapolis Seeds - Nova Scotia Canada
Tulsi
Price: $3.00

Also known as Sacred Basil. The aromatic leaves make wonderful herbal teas. Leaves are used either fresh from the garden or dried. Very prolific and beautiful plants which keep on growing and flowering all summer and autumn. Bees love them! 100+ seeds (0.1 g)

-Grown by
Annapolis Seeds
Epazote - Annapolis Seeds - Nova Scotia Canada
Epazote
Price: $3.00

(Dysphania ambrosioides) This distinctive herb is popular in Mexican and Central American cuisine. Fresh or dried leaves can be added to flavour soups, stews and beans. Also makes a nice tea. Easy to grow annual in our Canadian climate.

-Grown by Annapolis Seeds

Lemon Balm
Lemon Balm
Price: $3.00

(Melissa officinalis) An almost carefree perennial member of the mint family, which has been cultivated since before Roman times in Europe. Use Lemon Balm fresh in iced tea and lemonade in the summer, or dry it for warm herbal teas in winter. The prolific plants spread, so grow in containers or place in the garden where they can take over. The flowers are a bee favourite. Approx 100 seeds

-Grown by Twisted Brook