Herbs & Vegetables

Bok Choy

These plants do best when the weather is cool and the days are short. Bok Choy has smooth, glossy green leaves and white stalks. Can be used in salads, stir... Read more


Hardy vegetable that is high in vitamins A&D. The edible part of broccoli are compact clusters of unopened flower buds and the attached portion of stem. The green buds develop... Read more

Brussel Sprouts

The "sprouts" (small heads that resemble miniature cabbages) are produced in the leaf axils, starting at the base of the stem and working upward. Sprouts improve in quality and grow... Read more


Cabbage plants grow in a rosette near the ground or on a short stalk. As the plant grows, the leaves increase in number, forming a ball-shaped "head" in the center... Read more


Cauliflower is identified by its edible, rounded mass of curds. The cauliflower head grows in the center of a mass of leaves. In general, cauliflower leaves are long, narrow, and... Read more

Collard greens

Cool-season Vegetable that is rich in vitamins and minerals. Plant early spring for summer harvest and again in the fall for winter harvest.  The plant is grown for its large,... Read more


A warm-season crop, it is among the easiest veggies to grow. It also ranks among the most beautiful. Eggplants need warm soil and warm temperatures. Temperatures should remain above 68... Read more

Herb Apple Mint

The leaves are wooly and therefore the plant is sometimes called 'Wooly Mint'. They are also round and light green in color. These are the parts of the plant that are put... Read more

Herb Basil

Basil is one of the most well known of the world's herbs. Basil thrives in warm, sunny climates. Grows best in an outdoor environment with exposure to five or more... Read more

Herb Catnip

Long green and white flower spikes are great in fresh and dried arrangements. The leaves are used in salads, sauces, teas, and soups, and also have medicinal properties. Read more

Herb Chives

Chives belong to the onion family. Plants produce narrow, tubular leaves that are delicious snipped fresh into any dish where onions are used.  If you don't harvest the plants, they... Read more

Herb Chocolate Mint

Like all mint plants, chocolate mint is a rapid-growing herb that requires minimal care. Plant chocolate mint on your patio or in your herb garden and enjoy the enticing chocolate... Read more

Herb Cilantro

Native to southern Europe and North Africa to southwestern Asia. It is a soft, hairless plant The leaves are variable in shape, broadly lobed at the base of the plant,... Read more

Herb Curled Parsley

Parsley has multiple sprigs of curling, divided leaves that grow into a mound of greenery. The foliage reaches about 1 foot and remains fresh and appealing throughout the growing season.... Read more

Herb Dill

A great short-lived annual herb that has a ferny foliage which is highly attractive and delicate. The plant is compact, making it ideal for growing in small containers, in the garden,... Read more

Herb Epazote

Grows well in tropical and sub tropical climates and will reach a height of over 2’. Often used in beans. Leaves have a strong flavor and should be used sparingly.... Read more

Herb Fennel

An easy plant and requires little to no upkeep once established. It simply needs full sun and well-drained soil. And most often found growing wild on roadsides or abandoned properties... Read more

Herb Garden Sage

The plant flowers in late spring or summer.  Leaves are grey-green, on the upper side, and nearly white underneath due to the many short soft hairs. As a kitchen herb,... Read more

Herb Greek Oregano

Native to Greece and Turkey and grows throughout the Mediterranean to central Asia.  Greek Oregano is compact and grows to about 20" tall. Its leaves are hairy, and its flowers... Read more

Herb Lemon Balm

Grows in clumps and spreads vegetatively as well as by seed Lemon balm grown outdoors prefers full sun, but is mildly shade-tolerant. In dry climates, it grows best in partial... Read more