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Garlic Chives - Annapolis Seeds - Nova Scotia Canada
Garlic Chives (out of stock)

(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

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Lemon Balm (out of stock)
Lemon Balm (out of stock)

(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

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Lime Basil - Annapolis Seeds - Nova Scotia Canada
Lime Basil (Sold out for 2019)

Beautifully fragrant, citrus flavoured basil! The easy going plants begin flowering by mid-summer, but that’s okay since the young flower shoots are the most aromatic part. I love this one in herbal teas, either fresh or dried. It’s fun to experiment with in cooking also. 100 seeds (0.2 g)


-Grown by Annapolis Seeds
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Lemon Bergamot - Annapolis Seeds - Nova Scotia Canada
Lemon Bergamot (Out of stock)

(Monarda citriodora) aka Lemon Mint. Annual. The young leaves make a lovely tea. Tall tiered spikes of lavender-pink are incredibly aromatic and make excellent cut flowers, and they dry well. A favourite among pollinators.

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Red Shiso (out of stock)
Red Shiso (out of stock)

A unique and under-appreciated herb. The leaves and flower shoots are great in herbal teas, tasting at once spicy and floral. This annual (in our climate) plant grow very similar to basil, reaching about knee high. 75+ seeds (0.3 g)


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Moss Curled Parsley (Sold out for 2019)
Moss Curled Parsley (Sold out for 2019)

The classic green curly parsley. A hardy biennial, parsley and can be sown any time during the growing season and thrives in cool weather. Sown in spring, they can be harvested continuously right into winter. 150+ seeds

-Grown by Twisted Brook
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Salad Burnet - Annapolis Seeds
Salad Burnet (Out of stock)

Beautiful edible perennial. Clumping plants with small serrated compound leaves, on stems around 1' tall. They develop into 4' flower spikes. Leaves are cucumber flavoured, and mildest in early spring. Use them directly in salads, or for flavouring sauces, drinks and soups.

-Grown by Yonder Hill Farm

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English Lavender - Annapolis Seeds - Nova Scotia Canada
English Lavender (Out of stock)

A hardy strain of this most aromatic herb. Low growing perennial, with abundant blue flowers. Bee favourite! A Mediterranean native. Lavender loves growing in poor sandy soil, they don't like wet roots or too much shade. 75+ seeds

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Yonder Hill Farm
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Bouquet Dill - Annapolis Seeds - Nova Scotia Canada
Bouquet Dill (out of stock)

Compact plants. This excellent dill is grown primarily for leaf production. Also produces large seed heads in late summer, just in time for pickling season.

-Grown by Twisted Brook

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Summer Savoury - Annapolis Seeds - Nova Scotia Canada
Summer Savoury
Price: $3.00

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

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