Sage

Name: Sage (Salvia officinalis) Description: *One of the best known culinary herbs *An evergreen plant: leaves can be taken all year long if covered with a frost cloth in the…

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Hawthorn

Name: *Hawthorn (Crataegus monogyna) Description: *A tree *Often used to make a pretty hedge: has white flowers followed by red berries *Grows rapidly once established *Can grow up to 30…

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Tarragon

Name: *Tarragon (Artemisa dracunculus) Description: *Perennial *Culinary herb with exceptional flavor *Also known as French Tarragon Parts Used: *Leaves, fresh or dried Position: *It is cold hardy and drought resistant…

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Rosemary

Name: *Rosemary (Rosmarinus officinalis) Description: *evergreen perennial *best in zones 8-11 *many varieties that vary from bushes to hedges, etc. Parts Used: *Leaves, both fresh and dried *Flowering tops, both…

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Licorice

Name: *Licorice (Glycyrrhiza glabra) Description: *deciduous perennial *grows up to 5 feet tall *best in zones 7-11 Parts used: *rhizomes/taproot, either fresh or dried Position: *Prefers rich, deep sandy loam…

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Marsh Mallow

Name: *Marsh Mallow (Althaea officinalis) Description: *Perennial *Height of 3 to 4 feet *Pale pink flowers bloom up the stalk from mid to late summer *highly attractive to butterflies Parts…

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Peppermint

Name: *Peppermint (Mentha spicata piperita) Description: *Perennial *zones 5-9 are best *strew the leaves in cupboards and beds to deter ants and fleas Parts Used: *Leaves, both fresh and dried…

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Calendula

Name: *Calendula (Calendula officinalis) Calendula is part of this beautiful wildflower seed mix. Description: *an annual plant *looks good in ground or in containers, though not a big fan of…

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