Product code: 6755
Organic nigella seeds are black seeds and have a nutty and slightly smoky, peppery flavour, together with a crunchy texture. Organic nigella is popular in Indian cooking (often as an ingredient of garam masala) and on Jewish rye bread in New York.
Product code: 6701
If you have problems in sexual activity, for example, lack of sperm production, you need to squeeze the juice of the flowering herb bittercress and regularly receive. Also, low sexual activity can take bittercress - it will help.
Product code: 526
Anise seeds flavor soups, cookies, cheese spreads, and applesauce. Seeds and leaves carry sweet, licorice-like flavor, make a comforting tea. Anise has been traditionally employed as treatment for sore throats, indigestion, and flatulence.
Product code: 1349
Hypericum perforatum is a yellow-flowering, stoloniferous or sarmentose, perennial herb indigenous to Europe, which has been introduced to many temperate areas of the world and grows wild in many meadows.
Product code: 1342
The Herb of Grace. Traditionally holy water was sprinkled during Mass with a brush made of Rue. Aromatic shrub with attractive blue-green foliage and a pungent aroma. Good for short hedges or borders due to upright, bushy habit.
Product code: 1537
Also commonly known as Common Lavender, True Lavender, Lavandula Spica, Lavandula Vera, Lavandula Officinalis, this ornamental flowering herb features sweetly fragrant, evergreen foliage with leaves that first open white.
Product code: 2730
Agastache «Blue Fortune» is a top pick for gardeners! Its long flowering season, showy flower spikes, licorice-scented foliage, low maintenance, and deer tolerance are seductive reasons! A crowd-pleaser that is also adored by bees and hummingbirds.
Product code: 2867
Flax (also known as common flax or linseed) (binomial name: Linum usitatissimum) is a member of the genus Linum in the family Linaceae. It is native to the region extending from the eastern Mediterranean to India.
Product code: 4401
Vigorous blooms add a wildflower look and spicy citrus scent to bouquets. Towers of bright lavender 1 1/2-2" blooms on straight and thin, yet sturdy stems. An unusual and easy-to-use cut flower. The blooms and leaves are edible.
Product code: 4467
Many herb gardeners are growing Hyssop seeds in their gardens. This hardy perennial likes full sun and well-drained, alkaline soil. It is a bushy plant with woody stems and small leaves. Pollinators love Hyssop flowers!
Product code: 5046
What's better than a plant that gives wishes when you puff its fluff? A plant that provides health benefits! Dandelion is an excellent food and medicine! Dandelion is most often thought of as a pesky weed that likes to take over our lawns and gardens.
Product code: 5145
If you haven’t cooked with lovage before then you have missed out on a very flavourful herb. Lovage’s flavour is distinct and greatly appreciated by food aficionados, especially those who claim southern European heritage.
Product code: 3
A wholesome alternative to processed sugar and chemically-derived artificial sweeteners, Stevia ("sugarleaf") is becoming more and more popular among health-conscious individuals. It's 20 to 30 times sweeter than sugar cane, yet is non-caloric.
Product code: 11890
Flowers are in rounded clusters at the top of the plant and the tip of stems arising from leaf axils in the upper plant. The blooming stems elongate as the plant matures, with blooms just at the top and fruit developing below.
Product code: 6548
A perennial, evergreen, drought-resistant semi-shrub plant 50-60 cm high, widely used as an ornamental, medicinal and spicy-aromatic plant, grows in one place for up to 15 years, an excellent honey plant.
Product code: 11961
A variety of peppermint with a height of 30-45 cm with light green leaves and a light stem, the aroma is softer than in dark mint, but there are fewer essential oils, good phytoncid and honey plant.
Product code: 12873
A perennial ornamental, food and medicinal plant, the leaves are used to make green tea, it is one of the best melliferous plants, it contains many important trace elements, such as iron, copper, nickel, magnesium, potassium, calcium, sodium ...
Product code: 12238
Goat’s beard -tragopogon pratenis– grows best in well-drained, dry soils, on sites in sunlight or semi-shade. In gardens, Goat’s beard can be introduced into meadows or rough grassland, where plants will attract a range of insect life including bees.
Product code: 2319
Perennial ground cover native to Europe. Cultivated worldwide. Plants grow thickly to interlock, forming an aromatic lawn which may be mowed to maintain close-cropped. A nice place for an afternoon nap.
Product code: 12024
Clouds of airy fragrance, dotted with tiny white daisies! Just the right size for the front of the border! German Chamomile is a must-have herb if you enjoy drinking hot or cold teas. The flowers are a staple ingredient in herbal teas.
Product code: 10484
The young leaves can be used raw or cooked, they have a slightly bitter taste, and they can be added to salads or cooked like spinach. The leaves are rich in mineral salts and vitamin C.
Product code: 10464
Burdock, or also called Great Burdock, is a robust biennial herb plant grown from herb seeds with long-stalked leaves. The Great Burdock herb is a nutritious vegetable and medicinal herb used as a remedy for measles, arthritis, tonsillitis and viruses.
Product code: 10509
Greater celandine has an erect habit, and may reach 30 to 120 cm high. The leaves are lobed and crenate, 30 cm long. The sap is yellow to orange. The flowers consist of four yellow petals, each about 1 cm long, with two sepals.
Product code: 10486
Motherwort has a squarish stem which is clad in short hairs and is often purplish, especially near the nodes. Motherwort is probably native to the southeastern part of Europe and central Asia where it has been cultivated since ancient times.
Product code: 12023
Known in the old Herbals as Herba ruta caprariae, Galega officinalis was considered medicinally important in the treatment of plague, fevers and infectious diseases but is now considered too toxic for human use.
Product code: 11888
Burr marigold is little used as a medicine nowadays, but it was once esteemed for its styptic properties being used to quickly staunch blood flow - it was often used to treat uterine haemorrhage and conditions producing blood in the urine.
Product code: 10461
Galega orientalis, commonly known as Goat's Rue is an ancient ornamental plant that, throughout history has been extensively cultivated as a forage crop, a bee plant, as a green manure, a medicinal herb and as an ornamental.
Product code: 11898
The herb garden has never had a more lovely perennial that can be grown from herb seeds! Skullcap is an attractive ornamental herb with erect stems of bluish-purple blooms that arrive in the latter part of spring.
Product code: 11895
Elecampane, Inula helenium, ia also known as Horsetail, Elf Dock, Pushkaramula, Elecampane is a rich source of inulin and alonton. Traditional use in Europe of the root as a cooked vegetable and as a flavouring in liqueurs.
Product code: 11891
Organic Diffuse Wallflowers (Erysimum Diffusum) Erysimum diffusum is a BIENNIAL/PERENNIAL growing to 1.2 m (4ft). The flowers are hermaphrodite (have both male and female organs) and are pollinated by Insects.
Product code: 11887
undreds of rose-coloured, pea-like flowers occur in dense, nodding clusters at the tops of the stems, which are covered with velvety hairs. The effect is more attractive in colonies than with isolated plants.
Product code: 11886
Used to strengthen immune system, speed healing of wounds and treat diabetes. Tonic for enhancing metabolism and digestion made as tea or soup made from dried tap roots or as a tincture. One of 50 fundamental herbs used in traditional Chinese medicine.
Product code: 2390
Catnip is a large family of perennial plants from the mint family, growing in a range from 90cm – 1.4 meters. Lemon Catnip is very similar to the more common Catnip plant and is considered to be a sister plant.
Product code: 10485
Thistles belong to the Thistle Subfamily of the Aster Family, along with artichokes. Compare an artichoke and a thistle, and notice that they are very similar, except in size. Like other members of the Aster Family, these are composite flowers.
Product code: 10463
Not just for cats! Tall pink and white flower spikes are great in fresh and dried arrangements. Use the leaves in salads, sauces, teas, and soups – and of course fresh or dried for the cats! Catnip seeds are a good choice for a bee attractor.
Product code: 1815
Milk Thistle (Silybum marianum) is an annual or biennial plant which belongs to the Asteraceae family. It is native to the Mediterranean region, but is now found throughout the world. It grows 30-200 cm tall, has red purple flowers.
Product code: 2152
Agastache foeniculum «Tibetan» looks ravishing in a border with its lovely creamy-white spikes held over a light-green aromatic foliage which exudes an anise scent when crushed. Its long flowering season and showy flower spikes.
Product code: 728
A tall plant with handsome dark green lemon-scented leaves, its appearance is reminiscent of hyssop or lavender, with showy lavender-blue flowers reaching 45cm/18cm. A nice addition to bee and butterfly gardens, the plant will bloom most of the summer.
Product code: 1873
Plantain is edible and medicinal, the young leaves are edible raw in salad or cooked as a pot herb, they are very rich in vitamin B1 and riboflavin. The herb has a long history of use as an alternative medicine dating back to ancient times.
Product code: 1676
Psyllium has been used as a safe and effective laxative for thousands of years in Western herbal medicine. Both the dried seeds and the seed husks are demulcent, emollient and purgative.