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Italian & Greek Oregano, Herb


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Oregano is a perennial herb with purple or white flowers and is an ultimate staple in Italian cuisine. Sprinkle oregano on meats, soups, pizzas, and pasta sauces for super flavorful dishes. Today we'll show you how to grow oregano from seeds! You can grow oregano either in your garden or in a pot or container on your windowsill. Learn how to grow oregano, care for it, and harvest it right here!

PLANTING OREGANO:

Oregano loves the sun – the more sun it receives, the stronger the flavor. Place your oregano plant in a spot where it will get at least 6 hours of sun.

Plant oregano seeds or cuts 6-10 weeks before the last spring frost.

Plant the seeds or cuttings in well drained soil once the temperature of the soil is at least 70F.

Space the oregano plants 8-10 inches apart. Each plant should grow to about 1-2 feet in length and spread out to about 18 inches.

CARING FOR OREGANO:

Allow your oregano plant to grow to 4 inches and then thin or pinch off to encourage a denser plant.

Regular trimming of your oregano plant is very important, as it will grow faster and bushier.

Water only when the soil feels dry – oregano doesn't require as much water as other herbs do.

Thin out the plants that are 3 or 4 years old in the early spring. Oregano is self seeding, therefore the plants will grow back easily without you having to do anything!

Type Herbs
Family Family Varies
Temperature Soil 50-60F
Temperature Daytime 50-85F
Temperature Evening 45F
Lighting Partial, 2-4 Hours/Day
Water Light, 6 Gallons/Week
Maturity 65-100 Days Harvest
PH Neutral 5.5-8.0
Zones 2A-10B
Plant Placement 3 Plants, 3 Rows

Traditional & Old Fashioned Thyme, Herb


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Thyme produces attractive bushy plants with tiny grey-green leaves. Not only used to flavor most meat, fish, and vegetable dishes, this versatile herb can also be used as a plant for rock gardens and edging.Thyme is extremely aromatic and has a pleasant, pungent, clover flavor. 

PLANTING THYME:

Most gardeners will not grow thyme from seeds as the germination can be slow and uneven.

It's best to purchase the plant or use some cuttings from another thyme plant.

Plant the cuttings or seeds indoors 6-10 weeks before the last spring frost to get a head start.

2-3 weeks before the last spring frost, plant the seeds/cuttings in well drained soil about 9 inches apart.

Thyme plants should grow about 6-12 inches in height.

You can plant thyme alongside tomatoes and cabbage.

CARING FOR THYME PLANTS:

Water regularly and trim the plants regularly.

Prune the thyme plants in the spring and summer to contain growth.

To protect the plants during the winter, lightly mulch around the soil.

HARVESTING THYME:

You can harvest the sprigs and leaves in the summertime.

To dry the sprigs, hang them upside down in a dry, cool place such as a cellar.

So now that you know how to grow thyme, it's time to roll up your sleeves and get to planting!

Type Herbs
Family Family Varies
Temperature Soil 50-60F
Temperature Daytime 50-85F
Temperature Evening 45F
Lighting Partial, 2-4 Hours/Day
Water Light, 6 Gallons/Week
Maturity 65-100 Days Harvest
PH Neutral 5.5-8.0
Zones 2A-10B
Plant Placement 3 Plants, 3 Rows

Old Fashioned Traditional Bouquet Dill, South-East Europe, Herb


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Dill seed is the fruit of the dill plant, from which we also get the herbdill weed, which are the feathery leaves. More aromatic than the herb, the seeds are used whole or crushed to add bright, lemony flavor to pickles, savory pork & seafood recipes, and mayonnaise-based salads.
Type Herbs
Family Family Varies
Temperature Soil 50-60F
Temperature Daytime 50-85F
Temperature Evening 45F
Lighting Partial, 2-4 Hours/Day
Water Light, 6 Gallons/Week
Maturity 65-100 Days Harvest
PH Neutral 5.5-8.0
Zones 2A-10B
Plant Placement 3 Plants, 3 Rows

Fenugreek/Fenugrec, Kasuri Samudra, Methi, Herb


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Fenugreek is an annual plant in the family Fabaceae, with leaves consisting of three small obovate to oblong leaflets. It is cultivated worldwide as a semiarid crop. Its seeds and leaves are common ingredients in dishes from the Indian subcontinent.

Fresh and dried fenugreek leaves can be used to finish dishes like sauces, curries, vegetable dishes, and soups. Fenugreek seeds can be used whole or ground and used in spice blends such as garam masala, panch phoran (Indian five-spice), or dry rubs for meat.

Type  
Family Herb Family
Temperature Soil  
Temperature Daytime  
Temperature Evening  
Lighting Full, 6-8 Hous Per Day
Water Light, 3 Gallons / Week
Maturity Long, 70-90 Days
PH Neutral  
Zones  
Plant Placement 4 Plants, 4 Per Row

Basil Mix: Spicy Globe, Thai, Liquorice, Purple Opal, Large Leaf, Lemon, Cinnamon, Dwarf, Loose Leaf, Leaf Lettuce, Herb


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Basil Mix: Spicy Globe, Thai, Liquorice, Purple Opal, Large Leaf, Lemon, Cinnamon, Dwarf, Loose Leaf

Type Herbs
Family Family Varies
Temperature Soil 50-60F
Temperature Daytime 50-85F
Temperature Evening 45F
Lighting Partial, 2-4 Hours/Day
Water Light, 6 Gallons/Week
Maturity 65-100 Days Harvest
PH Neutral 5.5-8.0
Zones 2A-10B
Plant Placement 3 Plants, 3 Rows

Watercress Spice, Chinese Herb, Mustard, Ancient Greek


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What is Watercress? A favorite with the English, this leafy green spice can be traced back to the Greeks, Romans, and Persians who used it for medical purposes, as a treatment (with vinegar) for insanity, as a stimulant, and as a breath freshener.
Raw watercress has a peppery taste, similar to other related plants like mustard and wasabi. Once cooked the pepperiness of watercress diminishes, leaving a distinctive vegetable flavour which tastes delicious in soups, stews and stir fries. More mature watercress can sometimes taste slightly bitter.
 
Type Herbs
Family Family Varies
Temperature Soil 50-60F
Temperature Daytime 50-85F
Temperature Evening 45F
Lighting Partial, 2-4 Hours/Day
Water Light, 6 Gallons/Week
Maturity 65-100 Days Harvest
PH Neutral 5.5-8.0
Zones 2A-10B
Plant Placement 3 Plants, 3 Rows
 

Thai Basil


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Thai Basil. A member of the mint family, thai basil is sweet in taste but also charming to the eye - making it a garden favourite. 

It has a liquorice flavor for stirfry, soups and salads. 

Type Herb
Family Ocimum basilicum
Temperature Soil 50-65F
Temperature Daytime 70-75F
Temperature Evening 55F
Lighting Full Sun, 6-8 Hours
Water Well Drained
Maturity 10 Weeks after Sowing
PH Neutral Slightly Acidic to Neutral
Zones 5a-10b
Plant Placement 10-12 Inches Apart, 1 1/4" Fragrant liquorice flavoured leaves for stirfries, soups, and salads. Large leaves and purple flowers make this an attractive plant in the garden.

Red Leaf Basil, Red Rubin Basil Herb


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Red rubin basil (Ocimum basilicum 'Purpurascens') is an improved variety of Dark opal basil. Like many culinary basils, it is a cultivar of Ocimum basilicum (sweet basil). This basil variety has unusual reddish-purple leaves, and a stronger flavour than sweet basil, making it most appealing for salads and garnishes.
 
Type Herb
Family Ocimum basilicum
Temperature Soil 50-65F
Temperature Daytime 70-75F
Temperature Evening 55F
Lighting Full Sun, 6-8 Hours
Water Well Drained
Maturity 10 Weeks after Sowing
PH Neutral Slightly Acidic to Neutral
Zones 5a-10b
Plant Placement 10-12 Inches Apart, 1 1/4" Deep

Cilantro Coriander Herb, European


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Although the leaves and dried seeds are most commonly used in cooking, the entire cilantro plant is edible. The stems of the plant also have a strong flavor and are commonly used in dishes like Thai curry pastes and soups.

Cilantro has delicate, lacy green leaves, resembling flat leaf parsley. It has a pungent, complex, citrusy flavor. Cilantro leaves are often added to a dish just before serving because their flavor diminishes with cooking. Coriander seeds are small and round with a yellowish brown color and longitudinal ridges.

Cilantro is a green, leafy herb that resembles parsley. It's the leafy part of the coriander plant (Coriandrum sativum), which produces seeds that are used as a spice. For those who appreciate it, cilantro tastes like a stronger version of parsley, with a tangy citrus flavor.

In Puerto Rico, Dominican Republic, and Cuba, both cilantro and culantro are commonly used in sofrito, a sauce that is used as a mirepoix in these countries. There are multiple names for cilantro in Latin America.

Type

Herbs
Family Family Varies
Temperature Soil 50-60F
Temperature Daytime 50-85F
Temperature Evening 45F
Lighting Partial, 2-4 Hours/Day
Water Light, 6 Gallons/Week
Maturity 65-100 Days Harvest
PH Neutral 5.5-8.0
Zones 2A-10B
Plant Placement 3 Plants, 3 Rows

Italian Giant Parsley, Gigante Di Napoli Italia, Large Leaf Herb


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Gigante Di Napoli/ Italian Giant: Plant has an upright habit with medium cover. Plant will grow 22 – 24 cm (8-9in) long. Plant is uniformed and cylindrical with deep green and light green mottling 

Stronger taste than curly parsley. Superb flavour! A high yielding parsley producing flat, dark green leaves of excellent flavour.
Ideal for use in salads or cooking.

At first glimpse, Gigante resembles rangy, wild-looking celery! The deeply-indented leaves form an unexpectedly large, open plant growing to 3’ tall. Gigante is an obvious favorite of Italian cooks, since flat-leaved parsley is vital to their cuisine. These sweet, intensely-flavored leaves are most prized and central to almost every pasta sauce. Gigante is also perfect for gremolata, another savory Italian mixture used in Osso Buco, rice dishes or rubbed under the skin of fowl before roasting - try it! Combine the zest of three to four lemons, 1/3 to 1/2 cup chopped Gigante parsley, 1 minced garlic clove and 1 shallot. Using a sharp blade, chop everything together until finely minced and use immediately.

Cut leaves, just before use, in soups, carrots or garnish.

Type Parsley
Family Herb Family
Temperature Soil  
Temperature Daytime  
Temperature Evening  
Lighting Full, 6-8 Hous Per Day
Water Light, 3 Gallons / Week
Maturity Long, 70-90 Days
PH Neutral  
Zones  
Plant Placement 4 Plants, 4 Per Row

Napoletano Bolloso Italian Basil, Basil


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Plant is a vigorous grower and the leaves are medium large, with light green. Plant is very aromatic.

Type Herb
Family Ocimum basilicum
Temperature Soil 50-65F
Temperature Daytime 70-75F
Temperature Evening 55F
Lighting Full Sun, 6-8 Hours
Water Well Drained
Maturity 10 Weeks after Sowing
PH Neutral Slightly Acidic to Neutral
Zones 5a-10b
Plant Placement 10-12 Inches Apart, 1 1/4" Deep

Red Ghost Pepper, Bhut Jolokia


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Extremely hot ghost pepper

se caution in handling and consumption as they are one of the hottest peppers known to man. Warning: Handling this pepper requires extreme caution. Wear hand, eye and breathing protection. 

Heat Level: Extreme, Severe and Intense.  Scoville Heat Units 1,000,000 

~ Packet contains at least 10 seeds. 

Type Peppers
Family Nightshade Family
Temperature Soil 65-80F
Temperature Daytime 70-90F
Temperature Evening 60+F
Lighting Full Sun, 6-8 Hours/Day
Water Heavy, 6 Gallons/Day
Maturity Moderate, 65-85 Days Harvest
PH Neutral 5.5-7.0
Zones 4A-11B
Plant Placement 6 Plants, 3  Row

Leaf Chicory, Zuccherina Di Trieste Da Taglio, Sugar Cutting Chicory


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The sugary chicory of Trieste is a variety of cut chicory with round leaves of a bright blond green color (hence the names blond chicory or very blond chicory). This cut chicory variety starts to vegetate quickly and repeatedly, allowing for many early cycle harvests.

The sugary chicory of Trieste  is a  variety of cut chicory with round leaves of a bright blond green color (hence the names blond  chicory or very blond chicory ).

This  cut chicory variety starts to vegetate quickly and repeatedly, allowing for many early cycle harvests. Due to its rapid development it can also  be grown  in pots . The sowing period is from March to September while the harvest is from April to November.

Growing chicory is easy. Chicory ( Cichorium intybus L.) is a rustic plant, very adaptable but prefers a mild climate because it fears frosts and persistent low temperatures.

The  Trieste sugar  is a variety of  chicory  excellent for the preparation of soups, to accompany meat or fish dishes but also to bring excellent rustic pies to the table. The  sugary chicory of Trieste  appears as a radicchio with large , round and light green leaves with light veins. The secret for an excellent yield of the  cultivation  of this  chicory  is the harvest, the  sugar of Trieste  re- grows after each cut, so, with a single sowing, it is possible to give rise to more crops.

Pak Choy, Bok Choy, Chinese Cabbage


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Bok choy, pak choi or pok choi is a type of Chinese cabbage. Chinensis varieties do not form heads and have green leaf blades with lighter bulbous bottoms instead, forming a cluster reminiscent of mustard greens. It has a flavor between spinach and water chestnuts but slightly sweeter with a mildly peppery undertone.

Sow bok choy in spring and again in late summer for harvest in fall. Sow in double rows, with rows spaced 10 inches (25 cm) apart. Plant seeds 2 inches (5 cm) apart and barely cover them with soil. Gradually thin to 8 inches (20 cm) apart.

Chinese cabbage is a cool-weather plant that will bolt and go to seed quickly in warm weather and long days; grow Chinese cabbage in spring or autumn in temperatures ranging from 45° to 75°F (7-24°C). Sow seed 4 to 6 weeks before the average date of the last frost in spring.

Aubergine Long Purple Italian Eggplant, Berenjena, Violetta Lunga 2


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V3 - This is the classic Italian eggplant typically used in Emilia Romagna to make 'Parmigiana' with tomatoes and parmesan cheese. This is a mid-early variety, very productive. It produces long, dark and slightly curved aubergine of medium dimensions with very few seeds inside. 

BEST TO START INDOORS

In early spring, start indoors about 2 months before outdoor night temperatures are reliably in the 50-55°F (10-13°C) range. Sow seeds 1/4 inch deep and 1 inch apart in a container of seed starting mix. Keep moist and warm 80-85°F (27-30°C) and provide a strong light source until ready to plant outside. When seedlings are 2 inches tall, transplant into deeper individual containers. Maintain at 70-75°F (21-24°C). Feed with half-strength fertilizer every 2 weeks until weather is warm enough to gradually acclimate seedlings to outdoor conditions. Transplant 2 feet apart into rich soil in full sun.

Long, cylindrical fruit, intense dark violet color.

Firm flesh with very few seeds. Vigorous plant and very resistant to the heat.

Excellent and prolonged production. High demand from the fresh market and from the processing for easy peeling.

Variety suitable for spring-summer crop in open field.

Red & Green Callaloo, Edible Amaranth


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A leafy vegetable with large, light green , round leaves and red nervures in the center. Tolerant to heat but not cold.

This variety has large, light green, round leaves and red nervures in the center. The plant produces a high yield of tender leaves even in warmer weather. Amaranth will tolerate hot, dry and moist condition but will not thrive in cold temperatures.  

Day to maturity: around 40 days. 

Leaf shape : round

Cold tolerance : Excellent

Heat tolerance : Excellent

Harvest from sowing : 25 days

Optimal temperatures : 25~35℃

Optimal temperatures (Fahrenheit) : 77 - 95

Amaranth has many common names: Chinese spinach, edible amaranth, bayan (Malaysia and Indonesia), Calaloo (Caribbean), klaroen (Surinam),Xian cai (Mandarin) Yin choi/in tsoi (Cantonese) Hi-yu-na, Jave hohrensoh (Japanese). Its’ origins are in the tropics of the Carribbean, Asian and African, but now has spread all over the world. They are exceptionally nutritious plants, and from ancient times, seed and leaves of cultivated and wild forms have been used by man for food, medicine and animal fodder. Many exhibit striking colors in leaves and flowers and have been grown as ornamental plants in the west. Known as Red Calaloo in the Caribbean, it has medium green, oval to heart-shaped leaves that are overlaid with burgundy red. Comparable to spinach in taste, the leaves are a good source of dietary fiber and contain high amounts of protein, vitamins, and minerals. It is often used in soups. For practical purposes the Amaranthus species can be divided into the following groups according to their main use today: leafy Amaranths, grain Amaranths, decorative Amaranths and weeds. Because the leaves of all Amaranths are edible, all can be considered a vegetable. The leafy Amaranths are the best for cultivating. They are erect, branching, short lived annuals with an average height of about 35cm-150cm when flowering. Leaves are soft textured and go limp quickly after being picked. Both the leaves and stems are edible and delicious. The flavor can be described as ‘like artichokes’ and ’spinach with a bit of a twang’.