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SEED ANISE HYSSOP-BLUE

$3.35

Agastache rugosa A wonderful plant that benefits the gardener and wildlife alike. Honeybees and butterflies love the nectar from the indigo-violet to blue flowers. Gardeners love the tea made from the leaves. The 3–4 foot tall plants will produce their flowers on dense spikes 2–6 inches long. Hardy in zones 5 and above. Approximately 2200 seeds per gram. Germination code: (1)

SEED CHIVES

$3.15

Allium schoenoprasum A mild member of the onion family. The leaves are pink flowers are edible and add a fresh, mild, green-onion flavor to salads, potatoes, and other favorite recipes. Grow in clumps 12 inches apart. Hardy in zones 4 and above. Approximately 900 seeds per gram. Germination code: (1)

SEED DILL DUKAT

$2.95

Anethum graveolens This special selection produces much more foliage before forming seed than most dills. Dukat has a particularly fine bouquet and flavor; excellent used fresh or dried. Ten inch seed heads. Approximately 450 seeds per gram. Germination code: (1)

SEED DILL FERNLEAF

$3.95

Anethum graveolens This unique dwarf dill is suitable for containers and makes a striking annual border plant in the garden. A long-season producer of fresh dill weed on 20 inch tall plants. Approximately 500 seeds per gram. Germination code: (1)

SEED DILL LONG ISLAND MAMOT

$2.75

Anethum graveolens Early settlers called dill the “meetin’ seed” because children were given dill seed to chew on during long sermons. Long Island Mammoth is a vigorous plant that matures quickly. Large umbels are covered with masses of seed. Approximately 450 seeds per gram. Germination code: (1)