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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. 

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

Thym

Origan Italien

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Origan Italien

Aromatic leaves are accented with flowers in summer. This oregano has a delightful flavor and is great used fresh or dried in a wide variety of culinary dishes. For best flavor, harvest leaves before flowering or pinch flowers before they develop.

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 Doux

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Basilic Doux

Aromatic leaves with a spicy clove fragrance and flavor are outstanding for tomato sauce, pesto, salad, and meat dishes. White 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.

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.

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.

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.

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