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Marjoram, Compact

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Origanum majorana 'Compactum'

Sweet spicy leaves add zest to soups, sauces and Italian cuisine. Rub on fresh meats, or add to sausage or meat loaf for extra flavor. Freeze for winter use, or grow in a pot indoors. Ideal in containers or small gardens. Pink flowers.

Exposure: Full Sun
Size: 10" tall x 12" wide
Bloom: Summer - Late Summer
Color: Pink
Hardiness: Zone 7

3" - $1.60/pot (flat of 18); $2.15/pot (partial/mixed flat)

Mint, Chocolate

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Mentha x piperita piperita 'Chocolate'

Minty fragrance with chocolate overtones adds a refreshing "creme de menthe" flavor. Mints are vigorous spreaders and should be contained; plant in large containers sunk into the ground.

Exposure: Full Sun to Part Shade
Size: 18-36" tall x 18" wide
Bloom: Early Summer - Late Summer
Hardiness: Zone 4

3" - $1.60/pot (flat of 18); $2.15/pot (partial/mixed flat)

Mint, Corsican

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Mentha requienii

Fragrant foliage adds a refreshing peppermint flavor to iced beverages. Ideal ground cover for trailing over rocks or between paving stones, where footsteps will release its scent. Unlike most mints, this one prefers a moist, shady site. Somewhat tender.

Exposure: Part Shade to Full Shade
Size: 1" tall x 8" wide
Bloom: Summer
Hardiness: Zone 6

3" - $1.60/pot (flat of 18); $2.15/pot (partial/mixed flat)

Mint, Mojito

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Mentha villosa 'Mojito'

An essential ingredient of Cuba's mojito cocktail. Produces abundant, thick, flavorful leaves on sturdy upright plants. Vigorous and hardy. A great plant for containers on patios or decks.

Exposure: Full Sun to Part Shade
Size: 18-24" tall x 18-24" wide
Bloom: Summer - Fall
Hardiness: Zone 5

3" - $1.60/pot (flat of 18); $2.15/pot (partial/mixed flat)

Mint, Peppermint

Mentha x piperita

Aromatic foliage has classic peppermint flavor. Excellent as a tea herb, in potpourri, as flavoring for iced tea, or used fresh in fruit compotes or salads. Mints are vigorous spreaders and should be contained; planted in containers sunk into the ground.

Exposure: Full Sun to Part Shade
Size: 12-24" tall x 18" wide
Bloom: Early Summer - Late Summer
Hardiness: Zone 4

3" - $1.60/pot (flat of 18); $2.15/pot (partial/mixed flat)

Mint, Spearmint

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Mentha spicata

Aromatic foliage adds a classic mint flavor to foods. Excellent for mint juleps, cooking with peas or carrots, and to make mint jelly to serve with lamb. Mints are vigorous spreaders and should be contained; plant in containers sunk into the ground.

Exposure: Full Sun to Part Shade
Size: 18-24" tall x 18" wide
Bloom: Summer - Fall
Hardiness: Zone 5

3" - $1.60/pot (flat of 18); $2.15/pot (partial/mixed flat)

Mint, Variegated Pineapple

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Mentha suaveolens 'Variegata'

Delightfully fruity fragrance and variegated leaves are a useful addition to the herb or perennial garden. Leaves may be used to flavor teas, jellies and desserts. Mints are vigorous spreaders and should be contained; plant in containers sunk into the ground.

Exposure: Full Sun
Size: 12" tall x 12" wide
Bloom: Early Summer - Late Summer
Hardiness: Zone 5

3" - $1.60/pot (flat of 18); $2.15/pot (partial/mixed flat)

Nasturtium, Jewel Mix

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Tropaeolum majus 'Jewel Mix'

Attract butterflies and hummingbirds with these robust blooms. Nasturtiums are easy to grow and they discourage insects. Lovely trailing over a container's edge mixed with zinnia, coleus and spikes. Add leaves and flowers to salads or use for garnish.

Exposure: Full Sun to Part Shade
Size: 12-16" tall x 8-10" wide
Bloom: Early Summer - Late Fall
Color: Pink/Red/Yellow
Hardiness: Annual

3" - $1.60/pot (flat of 18); $2.15/pot (partial/mixed flat)

Nasturtium, Variegated Alaska

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Tropaeolum majus 'Alaska'

Bright colored, spice-scented two and a half inch flowers contrast nicely with the variegated foliage. Nasturtiums naturally discourage insects. The flowers and leaves are edible and are delicious in salads or used for a garnish. Attracts butterflies and hummingbirds all season. Easy to grow.

Exposure: Full Sun to Part Sun
Size: 12-16" tall x 8-10" wide
Bloom: Early Summer - Fall
Color: Cream/Orange/Red/Yellow
Hardiness: Annual

3" - $1.60/pot (flat of 18); $2.15/pot (partial/mixed flat)

Oregano, Greek

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Origanum vulgare hirtum (heracleoticum)

Tender, sweetly spicy leaves with excellent flavor. Adds zest to Greek, Italian and Mexican cuisine. It complements tomato dishes, beef or lamb stew, gravies, soups, salads or casseroles. Use fresh, dried or fresh frozen. Harvest before flowering.

Exposure: Full Sun
Size: 8-18" tall x 12" wide
Bloom: Summer - Late Summer
Color: White
Hardiness: Zone 4

3" - $1.60/pot (flat of 18); $2.15/pot (partial/mixed flat)

Oregano, Italian

Origanum vulgare

Hot, spicy aroma and flavor make this the classic pizza herb. Complements tomato dishes, beef or lamb stew, soups, salads or casseroles. Use fresh, dried or fresh frozen. Harvest before flowering.

Exposure: Full Sun
Size: 12-16" tall x 18" wide
Bloom: Summer - Late Summer
Color: White
Hardiness: Zone 4

3" - $1.60/pot (flat of 18); $2.15/pot (partial/mixed flat)

Oregano, Puerto Rican

Lippia micromera

Aromatic leaves are more pungent than common oregano, ideal for adding zest to Caribbean cuisine. Attractive in herb gardens, mixed perennial gardens or containers. Use fresh or dried leaves.

Exposure: Full Sun
Size: 24-48" tall x 24-36" wide
Bloom: Summer - Late Summer
Hardiness: Zone 8

3" - $1.60/pot (flat of 18); $2.15/pot (partial/mixed flat)

Parsley, Curly

Petroselinum crispum crispum

Attractive fragrant leaves are excellent for flavoring and as a garnish. A complementary flavor that enhances most dishes, especially sauces, salads, meats and vegetables. A biennial grown as an annual; replant each year for best flavor. Matures in 74-78 days.

Exposure: Full Sun to Part Shade
Size: 6-12" tall x 8" wide
Hardiness: Annual

3" - $1.60/pot (flat of 18); $2.15/pot (partial/mixed flat)

Parsley, Flat

Petroselinum crispum neapolitanum

Fragrant flavorful leaves are excellent for for seasoning and as a garnish. A complementary flavor that enhances most dishes, especially sauces, salads, meats and vegetables. Dries well. A biennial grown as an annual; replant each year for best flavor. Matures in 78-80 days.

Exposure: Full Sun to Part Sun
Size: 6-12" tall x 8" wide
Hardiness: Annual

3" - $1.60/pot (flat of 18); $2.15/pot (partial/mixed flat)

Rosemary, Arp

Rosmarinus officinalis 'Arp'

Intensely fragrant leaves have a distinctive flavor. Great seasoning for meat or vegetable dishes, or used dried for crafts. Attractive in the garden and containers. May be wintered indoors in pots; needs high humidity. An especially hardy variety.

Exposure: Full Sun to Part Shade
Size: 24-48" tall x 24" wide
Bloom: Early Summer - Late Summer
Color: Light Blue
Hardiness: Zone 7

3" - $1.60/pot (flat of 18); $2.15/pot (partial/mixed flat)
8" - $8.75 (1-9); $7.75 (10-24); $7.50 (25+)

Rosemary, Huntington Carpet

Rosmarinus officinalis 'Huntington Carpet'

Cool blue flowers on deep green glossy foliage make a stunning, fragrant carpet in the landscape. Excellent seasoning for meat or vegetable dishes, or used dried for herbal crafts. Attractive at garden's edge, or cascading over stone walls or containers.

Exposure: Full Sun to Part Shade
Size: 12-24" tall x 24-30" wide
Bloom: Early Spring - Fall
Color: Blue
Hardiness: Zone 8

3" - $1.60/pot (flat of 18); $2.15/pot (partial/mixed flat)

Rosemary, Tuscan Blue

Rosmarinus officinalis 'Tuscan Blue'

Handsome fragrant foliage forms a large upright evergreen shrub ideal for use as a screen or in containers. Use edible leaves to season meats and vegetables; flowers can be used as garnish in salads. Will thrive in hot, sunny locations; drought resistant. Good drainage is essential.

Exposure: Full Sun
Size: 48-72" tall x 36" wide
Bloom: Early Summer - Summer
Color: Dark Blue
Hardiness: Zone 7

3" - $1.60/pot (flat of 18); $2.15/pot (partial/mixed flat)
8" - $8.85 (1-9); $7.85 (10-24); $7.60 (25+)

Sage

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Salvia officinalis

Aromatic foliage and blue flower spikes make a showy addition to the herb or flower garden. Fresh or dried leaves add flavor to sausages, stuffings, salads and soups. Attractive in arrangements, fresh or dried. Can be grown indoors during winter.

Exposure: Full Sun
Size: 18-24" tall x 18" wide
Bloom: Early Summer - Summer
Color: Blue
Hardiness: Zone 4

3" - $1.60/pot (flat of 18); $2.15/pot (partial/mixed flat)

Sage, Gold

Salvia officinalis 'Aurea'

Aromatic, flavorful leaves are ideal for the herb or flower garden. Use fresh or dried leaves to season sausages, stuffings, salads and soups. Variegated foliage makes a lovely accent in the garden or mixed containers. Good cut for arrangements, fresh or dried.

Exposure: Full Sun
Size: 18" tall x 18" wide
Bloom: Early Summer - Late Summer
Color: Blue
Hardiness: Zone 5

3" - $1.60/pot (flat of 18); $2.15/pot (partial/mixed flat)

Sage, Pineapple

Salvia elegans

Stunning flowers attract hummingbirds to the garden. Aromatic leaves have a fruity pineapple flavor, delicious in tea, iced beverages, jelly, fruit cups and minced in cream cheese. A beautiful garden plant; tender perennial usually grown as an annual.

Exposure: Full Sun
Size: 36-48" tall x 24-36" wide
Bloom: Late Summer - Late Fall
Color: Red
Hardiness: Zone 7

3" - $1.60/pot (flat of 18); $2.15/pot (partial/mixed flat)