Essential Medicinals, 15 full color medicinal herb seed packets, organic

$29.95

Consists of 16 full-size 100% organic color illustrated seed packets in a bundle, a kind of “Lifeline Light” in color!  These are some of the best choices for an all-around useful and beautiful medicinal herb garden.  This collection makes an inspirational gift for your favorite herbalist, and will be appreciated.  It is the gift of life, the gift of light, a true connection to the healing ways of our ancestors.

Astragalus (Huang-qi)
Orange Calendula
German Chamomile
True Comfrey
Echinacea purpurea (Purple Coneflower)
Elecampane
English Lavender
Feverfew
Hyssop
Marshmallow
White Sage
Self Heal
Temperate Tulsi (Holy Basil)
Valerian
Yarrow

15 full-sized color seed packets, Certified Organically Grown

 

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  1. Question

    Sienna S So

    Hi Richo, I’m looking at ordering medicinal herbs. I’m in Zone 7a. is it too late to start perennial medicinal herbs? Thank you in advance 🙂

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    • Richo Cech

      Richo Cech

      Well, as someone who lives in a Zone 7 and plants medicinal herb seeds in every month of the year, I would say it is never too late. Planting times for annuals are perhaps more critical. Always satisfy the stratification requirements of the perennials–any advice on this is given right on the packet–and good results are sure to follow. Essential medicinals are all very easy germinators. Richo

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    Chanel A. Miller

    I am looking to start an herb garden. I live just outside of Cortez, CO would u recommend this or your Lifeline medicinal seed pack to start with?

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    • Richo Cech

      Richo Cech

      Hello Chanel,
      Both collections have plants that will do fine in Colorado. I think its more about which species you’re interested in. Essential Medicinals really is a good start, though. Richo

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