Comestibles

Collection de Aldon B.

Type de plante: 
Herbe
Lumière: 
ensoleillé
Zone: 
4 - 8
Plants: 

Ciboulette

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Ciboulette

Beautiful flowers and foliage have a distinctive mild onion flavor. Fresh leaves add zest to soups, salads, eggs or sour cream, or use whole blossoms for a novel herb vinegar. Attractive in the herb or cutting garden and a good companion plant for roses.

Sauge

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Sauge

Aromatic foliage and striking blue flower spikes make a showy addition to the herb or flower garden. Fresh or dried leaves add flavor to sausage, stuffing, salad and soup. Attractive in arrangements, fresh or dried. Can be grown indoors in winter.
 

Thym

Thym

Variegated foliage has a sweet lemon scent. Excellent culinary herb used to flavor chicken, fish, pork, vegetable dishes or stuffings. Leaves make a flavorful tea. Good in potpourri and sachets. An attractive garden plant with pale pink flowers.

Salvia

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Salvia

Large, rounded gray-blue leaves are very aromatic with a spicy scent and flavor. Looks beautiful when planted in mass with other gray plants or beside bright flowering plants. Use fresh or dried leaves for cooking.

Menthe Poivrée

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Menthe Poivrée

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

Lavande

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Lavande

Long spires of fragrant flowers and silvery leaves are wonderful dried for potpourri and herbal crafts. Lovely in the herb, butterfly or flower garden, especially with lamb's ear and sage. Blooms later than most lavenders and is more disease resistant.

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Collection de Dana W.

Type de plante: 
Herbe
Lumière: 
ensoleillé
Zone: 
5 - 9
Plants: 

Sauge

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Sauge

Large, rounded gray-green leaves have a spicy scent and flavor. This plant is a great choice for use in cooking and is ornamental enough for the border.

Menthe

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Menthe

Aromatic leaves have a sweet, refreshing fragrance and flavor. Delicious in salads, soups or desserts, or to flavor teas and jellies. Mints are vigorous spreaders and should be contained; plant in containers sunk into the ground.

Coriandre

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Coriandre

Aromatic, flavorful leaves (cilantro) and seeds (coriander). Lemon-sage flavored seeds are excellent in stews, bean dishes and pastries. Pungent, sharp-flavored leaves enhance poultry and meats in spicy recipes, salsas and soups. Reseeds.

Basilic

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Basilic

Aromatic leaves in a variety of flavors are outstanding for a wide range of foods from Italian to Vietnamese. White or pink flowers are attractive in the herb garden, but are usually pinched off as buds form to promote high-quality leaves for cooking.

Baume mélisse

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Baume mélisse

Intense, sweet lemon fragrance and flavor; fresh leaves are excellent in teas, as a salad herb or as a flavorful garnish in fruit cups. Dried leaves are good in potpourri or tea. Attractive plant for the herb or flower garden. Variegated and golden-leaved forms offer a bright contrast. Reseeds in the garden, so you'll have plenty to use and share--and keep in mind that periodic shearing and harvest will minimize excess seeding.
 

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Collection de Xena P.

Type de plante: 
légume
Lumière: 
ensoleillé
Zone: 
n/a
Plants: 

Artichaut

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Artichaut

Gourmet vegetable with nutty flavor and easy-to-peel, meaty leaves that are delicious when dipped in butter. When not harvested, flower heads turn brilliant purple and can be used in flower arrangements. Large, woolly leaves and tall stalks are a great garden background. Mulch deeply to overwinter.

Baume mélisse

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Baume mélisse

Intense, sweet lemon fragrance and flavor; fresh leaves are excellent in teas, as a salad herb or as a flavorful garnish in fruit cups. Dried leaves are good in potpourri or tea. Attractive plant for the herb or flower garden. Variegated and golden-leaved forms offer a bright contrast. Reseeds in the garden, so you'll have plenty to use and share--and keep in mind that periodic shearing and harvest will minimize excess seeding.
 

Thym couché

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Thym couché

Fragrant foliage and showy flowers. Ideal ground cover between paving stones, where footsteps will release its scent. Flowers attract bees. Tolerates poor, dry soil. Outstanding for seasoning poultry, fish and pork, in sauces and in herbal vinegar.

Menthe

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Menthe

Aromatic leaves have a sweet, refreshing fragrance and flavor. Delicious in salads, soups or desserts, or to flavor teas and jellies. Mints are vigorous spreaders and should be contained; plant in containers sunk into the ground.

Origan

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Origan

Hot, spicy aroma and flavor make this the classic pizza herb. Adds zest to Italian, Greek and Mexican cuisine and complements tomato dishes, beef or lamb stew, soups, salads or casseroles. Use fresh, dried or fresh frozen. Harvest before flowering.

Thym Anglais

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Thym Anglais

Fragrant foliage with a classic thyme flavor and aroma. Outstanding for seasoning poultry, fish and pork, in sauces, soups and herbal vinegar. Good companion plant for tomatoes. Dry or freeze leaves for winter use, or grow in a pot indoors.

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Collection de Garrett C.

Type de plante: 
annuelle
Lumière: 
ensoleillé
Zone: 
n/a
Plants: 

Chou ornemental

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Chou ornemental

An indispensable ornamental for the fall garden. Large, colorful rosettes of leaves resemble huge flowers. Great as an accent plant in the garden or add to seasonal combination pots with pansies and ceratostigma. Well-drained, lime-rich soil is best.

Lavande

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Lavande

Wonderfully aromatic flowers and leaves; outstanding in butterfly, herb or rock gardens. Attractive planted with yarrow or sedum or used as a low hedge. Dried flowers and leaves are valued in potpourri, sachets or everlasting arrangements.

Fraisier

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Fraisier

Juicy, vibrant red berries have a sweet, rich flavor. Excellent for jellies, pies and eating fresh. Plants produce one large crop annually during June. Use young plants that form at the end of runners to replace older plants. Prefers well-drained soil.

Basilic

Basilic

Stunning flowers and foliage for the herb or flower garden. Wonderfully aromatic leaves add a spicy flavor to sauces, salads and meat dishes, and give a lovely pink tint to white wine vinegar. Ideal for potpourri and dried arrangements. 

Persil Frisé

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Persil Frisé

Attractive fragrant leaves are excellent for seasoning and as a garnish. Flavor enhances most dishes, especially sauces, salads, meats and vegetables. A biennial grown as an annual; replant each year for best flavor.

Bette à carde

Bette à carde

Grown for both culinary and ornamental value, the large, crinkly leaves can be eaten like spinach and the stalks like asparagus, or they can be stewed. Dramatic foliage displays contrasting stems and veins in various colors. Harvest as needed, outer leaves first. Keep soil evenly moist.

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Collection de Nick S.

Type de plante: 
vivace
Lumière: 
ensoleillé
Zone: 
5 - 8
Plants: 

Salvia

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Salvia

Large, rounded gray-blue leaves are very aromatic with a spicy scent and flavor. Looks beautiful when planted in mass with other gray plants or beside bright flowering plants. Use fresh or dried leaves for cooking.

Romarin

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Romarin

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.

Artichaut

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Artichaut

Gourmet vegetable with nutty flavor and easy-to-peel, meaty leaves that are delicious when dipped in butter. When not harvested, flower heads turn brilliant purple and can be used in flower arrangements. Large, woolly leaves and tall stalks are a great garden background. Mulch deeply to overwinter.

Lavande Anglaise

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Lavande Anglaise

Wonderfully aromatic flowers and leaves, striking in the herb or flower garden. Attracts butterflies. Dried flowers and leaves are prized for potpourri, sachets or crafts. Fresh leaves and flowers are a novel addition to vinegars, sauces and cookies.

Baume mélisse

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Baume mélisse

Intense, sweet lemon fragrance and flavor; fresh leaves are excellent in teas, as a salad herb or as a flavorful garnish in fruit cups. Dried leaves are good in potpourri or tea. Attractive plant for the herb or flower garden. Variegated and golden-leaved forms offer a bright contrast. Reseeds in the garden, so you'll have plenty to use and share--and keep in mind that periodic shearing and harvest will minimize excess seeding.
 

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Collection de Adele G.

Type de plante: 
Herbe
Lumière: 
ensoleillé
Zone: 
n/a
Plants: 

Basilic

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Basilic

Large leaves with sweet, spicy fragrance and flavor, perfect for a full-bodied pesto. Flowers are attractive in the herb garden, but are usually pinched off as buds form to promote high-quality leaves for cooking.

Tomate

Tomate

Fresh tomatoes from the garden are the best summer treat! Great for eating fresh, cooking or canning. Clusters of bright red, sweet-tasting fruit are produced on trailing plants.

Salvia

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Salvia

Large, rounded gray-blue leaves are very aromatic with a spicy scent and flavor. Looks beautiful when planted in mass with other gray plants or beside bright flowering plants. Use fresh or dried leaves for cooking.

Chou frisé ornemental

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Chou frisé ornemental

An indispensable ornamental for the fall garden. This vigorous variety has wide, colorful rosettes of feathery leaves that resemble huge flowers. Great as an accent plant in the garden or add to seasonal combination pots with pansies and ceratostigma. Well-drained, lime-rich soil is best.

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Collection de Edgar S.

Type de plante: 
Herbe
Lumière: 
ensoleillé
Zone: 
8 - 1
Plants: 

Romarin

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Romarin

Intensely fragrant leaves have a distinctive pungent flavor, excellent for seasoning meat or vegetable dishes. Grows well in containers, and can be trimmed into topiary forms for a formal setting. An attractive evergreen shrub where winter hardy. May be grown indoors in pots

Carvi

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Carvi

This wonderful variety produces small, rose-purple flowers among tiny, fragrant leaves. A versatile herb that may be used to flavor meats and soups or add color to the garden's edge.

Salvia

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Salvia

Large, rounded gray-blue leaves are very aromatic with a spicy scent and flavor. Looks beautiful when planted in mass with other gray plants or beside bright flowering plants. Use fresh or dried leaves for cooking.

Origan

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Origan

Hot, spicy aroma and flavor make this the classic pizza herb. Adds zest to Italian, Greek and Mexican cuisine and complements tomato dishes, beef or lamb stew, soups, salads or casseroles. Use fresh, dried or fresh frozen. Harvest before flowering.

Thym d'Hiver

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Thym d'Hiver

Aromatic foliage has a strong peppery flavor that enhances bean dishes and complements strong-flavored game meats and pâté. Makes a good sood salt or pepper substitute, and may be used fresh or dry.. Periodic shearing encourages tender, flavorful new growth, and also keeps plants from becoming woody and less attractive with age. Harvest before the white to lilac flowers appear.
 

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Collection de Ben K.

Type de plante: 
Herbe
Lumière: 
ensoleillé
Zone: 
4 - 8
Plants: 

Origan Grec

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Origan Grec

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

Thym couché

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Thym couché

Fragrant foliage and showy flowers. Ideal ground cover between paving stones, where footsteps will release its scent. Flowers attract bees. Tolerates poor, dry soil. Outstanding for seasoning poultry, fish and pork, in sauces and in herbal vinegar.

Origan

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Origan

Hot, spicy aroma and flavor make this the classic pizza herb. Adds zest to Italian, Greek and Mexican cuisine and complements tomato dishes, beef or lamb stew, soups, salads or casseroles. Use fresh, dried or fresh frozen. Harvest before flowering.

Sauge panachée

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Sauge panachée

Aromatic variegated foliage and blue flower spikes make a showy addition to the herb or flower garden. Fresh or dried leaves add flavor to sausage, stuffing, salad and soup. Attractive in arrangements, fresh or dried. Can be grown indoors in winter.

Thym

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Thym

Beautifully variegated foliage with a robust lemon scent. Dense, creeping growth habit makes this variety an outstanding fragrant ground cover, especially between paving stones, where footsteps will release its scent. Makes a great garnish.

Marjolaine Douce

Marjolaine Douce

Sweetly spicy leaves add flavor to a wide range of foods. Fresh leaves add zest to vegetable dishes, 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.

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Collection de Mario D.

Type de plante: 
Herbe
Lumière: 
ensoleillé
Zone: 
n/a
Plants: 

Persil Plat

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Persil Plat

Fragrant flavorful leaves are excellent 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.

Camomille

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Camomille

Deliciously fragrant flowers and leaves have a sweet apple flavor. Dried flowers are great in potpourri and make a flavorful and relaxing tea. Attractive in the herb or flower garden and ideal for a fragrant herb lawn which can tolerate foot traffic.

Calendula

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Calendula

Large and abundant, these full, daisylike flowers add vibrant color to the garden or container while attracting bees and butterflies. Long-lasting as a cut flower. Lovely mixed with sweet potato vine and dwarf delphinium. Remove faded flowers to promote continued bloom. Prefers well-drained soil.

Thym Citron

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Thym Citron

Aromatic foliage has a strong, sweet lemon scent. Excellent culinary herb used to flavor chicken, fish and pork, vegetable dishes, stuffings and makes a flavorful tea. Good in potpourri and sachets. An attractive garden plant with rosy lavender flowers.

Sauge

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Sauge

Aromatic foliage and striking blue flower spikes make a showy addition to the herb or flower garden. Fresh or dried leaves add flavor to sausage, stuffing, salad and soup. Attractive in arrangements, fresh or dried. Can be grown indoors in winter.
 

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Collection de Felicity T.

Type de plante: 
Herbe
Lumière: 
ensoleillé
Zone: 
4 - 8
Plants: 

Ciboulette

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Ciboulette

Beautiful flowers and foliage have a distinctive mild onion flavor. Fresh leaves add zest to soups, salads, eggs or sour cream, or use whole blossoms for a novel herb vinegar. Attractive in the herb or cutting garden and a good companion plant for roses.

Menthe Poivrée

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Menthe Poivrée

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

Baume mélisse

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Baume mélisse

Intense, sweet lemon fragrance and flavor; fresh leaves are excellent in teas, as a salad herb or as a flavorful garnish in fruit cups. Dried leaves are good in potpourri or tea. Attractive plant for the herb or flower garden. Variegated and golden-leaved forms offer a bright contrast. Reseeds in the garden, so you'll have plenty to use and share--and keep in mind that periodic shearing and harvest will minimize excess seeding.
 

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Collection de Hogan U.

Type de plante: 
légume
Lumière: 
ensoleillé
Zone: 
n/a
Plants: 

Oignon

Oignon

Medium to large white bulbs of sweet, mild flesh. Does not keep well. Easy to grow, adapts well to the home garden and occupies little space. Use fresh or cooked to flavor meat, salad and vegetable dishes. Harvest when greens have toppled. Moist, sandy soil is best; heavy soil prevents adequate development.

Tomate

Tomate

Fresh tomatoes from the garden are the best summer treat! Great for eating fresh, cooking or canning. Vining types benefit from staking; bush types do not need staking. Disease resistance varies with the variety.

Lavande Anglaise

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Lavande Anglaise

Wonderfully aromatic flowers and leaves, striking in the herb or flower garden. Attracts butterflies. Dried flowers and leaves are prized for potpourri, sachets or crafts. Fresh leaves and flowers are a novel addition to vinegars, sauces and cookies.

Moutarde

Moutarde

Flavorful foliage brings a mild, pleasing mustard taste to salads, soups, stir-fry or used as greens. Leaves are also quite attractive, in shades of bright green or deep burgundy, perfect for the edible landscape or simply ornamental use. Mustard is a cool-season vegetable that can turn bitter in the heat of summer; for best quality greens, plant in early spring and again in fall, avoiding hot weather. A quick, easy-to-grow vegetable.

Courge

Courge

Squash is easy to grow and most varieties are prolific producers. The size of your garden may determine which varieties to grow. Generally eaten baked or steamed with a bit of butter and salt. Keeps well. When vine starts to dry, cut stems about 1" from fruit and allow to sit in field for a week or so.

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Collection de Ward C.

Type de plante: 
Herbe
Lumière: 
ensoleillé
Zone: 
4 - 8
Plants: 

Ciboulette

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Ciboulette

Beautiful flowers and foliage have a distinctive mild onion flavor. Fresh leaves add zest to soups, salads, eggs or sour cream, or use whole blossoms for a novel herb vinegar. Attractive in the herb or cutting garden and a good companion plant for roses.

Oeillet

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Oeillet

Fragrant flowers are stunning in the garden or early summer bouquets. Attractive in rock or herb gardens or in combination with lamb's ears, creeping baby's breath, feverfew, roses and small grasses such as blue fescue. Remove faded flowers for rebloom.

Artichaut

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Artichaut

Gourmet vegetable with nutty flavor and easy-to-peel, meaty leaves that are delicious when dipped in butter. When not harvested, flower heads turn brilliant purple and can be used in flower arrangements. Large, woolly leaves and tall stalks are a great garden background. Mulch deeply to overwinter.

Angélique

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Angélique

A bold presence in the herb garden, with large, ball-shaped flower clusters on sturdy stalks. An ancient herb with many historical culinary uses and medicinal properties; as with all herbs, research before use. Angelica is a biennal plant, forming a mound of leaves its first year, and reaching its dramatic height in the second, and final, year of its life cycle. Allow some seed to mature and scatter where you want the next crop of plants to grow in your garden.
 

Thym d'Hiver

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Thym d'Hiver

Aromatic foliage has a strong peppery flavor that enhances bean dishes and complements strong-flavored game meats and pâté. Makes a good sood salt or pepper substitute, and may be used fresh or dry.. Periodic shearing encourages tender, flavorful new growth, and also keeps plants from becoming woody and less attractive with age. Harvest before the white to lilac flowers appear.
 

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Collection de Nessa K.

Type de plante: 
légume
Lumière: 
ensoleillé
Zone: 
n/a
Plants: 

Bette à carde

Bette à carde

Grown for both culinary and ornamental value, the large, crinkly leaves can be eaten like spinach and the stalks like asparagus, or they can be stewed. Dramatic foliage displays contrasting stems and veins in various colors. Harvest as needed, outer leaves first. Keep soil evenly moist.

Œillet d'Inde

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Œillet d'Inde

Add pizzazz to garden's edge, mass plantings, or container gardens. ムZenith' marigolds have more branches bearing more flowers that last longer. Increased heat and rain tolerance. Combine with plants with blue or purple flowers for greatest color contrast.Ajouter de l'éclat à vos bordures, massifs et contenants. Les Œillet d'Inde Zénith sont plus ramifiés, portant plus de fleurs plus longtemps. Meilleures tolérance à la chaleur et la pluie. À combiner avec des fleurs bleues ou pourpres pour un meilleur contraste de couleur.

Basilic

Basilic

Stunning flowers and foliage for the herb or flower garden. Wonderfully aromatic leaves add a spicy flavor to sauces, salads and meat dishes, and give a lovely pink tint to white wine vinegar. Ideal for potpourri and dried arrangements. 

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Collection de Quiana L.

Type de plante: 
annuelle
Lumière: 
ensoleillé
Zone: 
n/a
Plants: 

Périlla

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Périlla

This striking plant features showy, richly hued foliage that provides excellent contrast of color, texture and form. Use in combination pots or in the garden. Particularly striking when mixed with silver foliages or yellow flowers. Very heat and cold tolerant. Vigorously reseeds. Prefers moist, well-drained soil.

Capucine

Capucine

Brightly colored, spice-scented flowers contrast nicely with deep green foliage. Attracts butterflies and hummingbirds all season.

Maïs sucré

Maïs sucré

Basilic

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Basilic

Aromatic leaves in a variety of flavors are outstanding for a wide range of foods from Italian to Vietnamese. White or pink flowers are attractive in the herb garden, but are usually pinched off as buds form to promote high-quality leaves for cooking.

Ciboulette

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Ciboulette

Beautiful flowers and foliage have a distinctive mild onion flavor. Fresh leaves add zest to soups, salads, eggs or sour cream, or use whole blossoms for a novel herb vinegar. Attractive in the herb or cutting garden and a good companion plant for roses.

Coriandre

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Coriandre

Aromatic, flavorful leaves (cilantro) and seeds (coriander). Lemon-sage flavored seeds are excellent in stews, bean dishes and pastries. Pungent, sharp-flavored leaves enhance poultry and meats in spicy recipes, salsas and soups. Reseeds.

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Collection de Rylie U.

Type de plante: 
vivace
Lumière: 
ensoleillé
Zone: 
6 - 9
Plants: 

Lavande

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Lavande

Striking silver foliage and fragrant flowers are lovely in herb or flower gardens. Attracts butterflies. Dried flowers and leaves are prized for potpourri, sachets or crafts. Fresh leaves and flowers are a novel addition to sauces and cookies.

Salvia

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Salvia

Large, rounded gray-blue leaves are very aromatic with a spicy scent and flavor. Looks beautiful when planted in mass with other gray plants or beside bright flowering plants. Use fresh or dried leaves for cooking.

Romarin prostré

Romarin prostré

A low, spreading rosemary with fragrant, needlelike green leaves. Lovely when allowed to cascade over walls or containers. May be used fresh or dried in a variety of dishes.

Thym

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Thym

Beautiful golden foliage looks wonderful as a ground cover or for adding color to the garden's edge. Small, white to pale pink flowers appear in early summer. A versatile herb used to flavor meats and soups.

Romarin

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Romarin

Intensely fragrant leaves have a distinctive pungent flavor, excellent for seasoning meat or vegetable dishes. Grows well in containers, and can be trimmed into topiary forms for a formal setting. An attractive evergreen shrub where winter hardy. May be grown indoors in pots

Carvi

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Carvi

This wonderful variety produces small, rose-purple flowers among tiny, fragrant leaves. A versatile herb that may be used to flavor meats and soups or add color to the garden's edge.

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Collection de Tim Y.

Type de plante: 
Herbe
Lumière: 
ensoleillé
Zone: 
n/a
Plants: 

Basilic

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Basilic

Aromatic leaves in a variety of flavors are outstanding for a wide range of foods from Italian to Vietnamese. White or pink flowers are attractive in the herb garden, but are usually pinched off as buds form to promote high-quality leaves for cooking.

Thym d'Hiver

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Thym d'Hiver

Aromatic foliage has a strong peppery flavor that enhances bean dishes and complements strong-flavored game meats and pâté. Makes a good sood salt or pepper substitute, and may be used fresh or dry.. Periodic shearing encourages tender, flavorful new growth, and also keeps plants from becoming woody and less attractive with age. Harvest before the white to lilac flowers appear.
 

Baume mélisse

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Baume mélisse

Intense, sweet lemon fragrance and flavor; fresh leaves are excellent in teas, as a salad herb or as a flavorful garnish in fruit cups. Dried leaves are good in potpourri or tea. Attractive plant for the herb or flower garden. Variegated and golden-leaved forms offer a bright contrast. Reseeds in the garden, so you'll have plenty to use and share--and keep in mind that periodic shearing and harvest will minimize excess seeding.
 

Persil Plat

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Persil Plat

Fragrant flavorful leaves are excellent 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.

Ciboulette à l'Ail

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Ciboulette à l'Ail

Beautiful, sweet-scented white flowers complement gray-green leaves. Foliage has a distinctive mild garlic flavor, delicious in soups, salads, sauces and spreads. An attractive plant for the herb, perennial or fragrance garden. Good cut or dried flower.

Ciboulette

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Ciboulette

Beautiful flowers and foliage have a distinctive mild onion flavor. Fresh leaves add zest to soups, salads, eggs or sour cream, or use whole blossoms for a novel herb vinegar. Attractive in the herb or cutting garden and a good companion plant for roses.

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