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Beginner's Herb Garden

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Beginner's Herb Garden

Carefully selected for their ease of growing, this set of classic culinary herbs includes six sturdy plants to pop right into your garden or containers. Brush the leaves or pick a few to enjoy their scents and flavors while you're in the garden. Of course, having fresh herbs is endlessly useful in the kitchen. Our collection is a perfect way to start an herb garden and makes a fine gift for a beginner gardener or anyone who enjoys cooking with the best ingredients. garden and makes a fine gift for a beginner gardener or anyone who enjoys cooking with the best ingredients. One plant of each variety listed below, 6 plants total.Fine Chives (Allium schoenoprasum)—A variety with more refined and tender leaves that tend to grow faster after cutting. Add the leaves to salads or snip them into small pieces at the last minute over a bowl of hot soup, scrambled eggs, or Potatoes.Italian Oregano (Origanum x majoricum)—A staple in the herb garden that's quite carefree once established. Provides a robust, zesty flavoring to Italian and Mexican dishes.Golden Lemon Thyme (Thymus x citriodorus 'Golden Lemon')—Delightful for both the kitchen and the garden with its lemon scent and bright golden-edged leaves. A natural partner with any chicken dish and adds a lemony lift to vegetables, rice, and casseroles.Basil 'Caesar'—Large, succulent leaves up to three inches long. Plants are slow to flower, affording a long harvest of tender, very flavorful foliage. Excellent for aromatic pestos, sauces, and tomato salads!Italian Parsley (Petroselinum crispum)—Also called Flat-leaf Parsley, this variety's sweet, strong flavor makes it the chef's favorite for everyday cooking. Superb in any slow-cooking dish; rich in both flavor and vitamins.Culinary Sage (Salvia officinalis)—A traditional herb for poultry stuffing and perfect with pork, sausage, and cheese. Lovely, soft gray foliage. read more

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