Glorious Garden, 48 full color medicinal herb seed packets, organic

$108.95

“Glorious Garden” contains one full-sized color illustrated seed packet each of:

Absinthe Wormwood
Baical Skullcap
Blue Vervain
Codonopsis (Dang-shen)
Dark Blue Coneflower
Greek Basil
Helichrysum
Lady’s Mantle
Meadow Arnica
Meadowsweet
Red Clover
Roman Chamomile
Skullcap, Official
Spike Amaranth
Spilanthes
Wid Lettuce

Plus Extra Essentials:

Ashwagandha
Borage
Cilantro
Evening Primrose
Genovese Basil
Broadleaf Plantain
English Broadleaf Thyme
Garden Sage
Gobo Burdock
Greek Oregano
Lemon Balm
Heartsease Violet
Motherwort
Summer Savory
Stinging Nettles
Wild Dandelion

Plus Essential Medicinals:

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

In all, 48 full-sized color seed packets, Certified Organically Grown

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  1. Question

    Harini

    Would this grow in Salt Lake City? Can I start it directly in the garden, or should I start indoors? Are any of these plants unable to withstand the cold, and if so, can they remain indoor container plants?

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    • Richo Cech

      Richo Cech

      hello harini, the plants are chosen to be widely adaptable to the USA. Depending on facilities and skill level seeds can be direct-seeded, started in a greenhouse or under lights. One way to maintain control of the planting and assure plants of each type is to sow one packet per gallon pot and keep outdoors in a protected location. make sure to barely cover the seeds with soil and tamp the planting, then keep warm and evenly moist until the seeds come up. Thin to 3 plants per pot and grow on until large enough to transplant to garden. richo

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    Jen

    With the cost I need to make sure it will grow in Southern Oklahoma

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    • Richo Cech

      Richo Cech

      hi jen, southern oklahoma is a zone 7 which is the same as our zone here, the place where the mother plants that make the seeds are grown. so i would proceed in good faith. richo

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    synthia pugmire

    what is the germination rate bc thats a lot if they don’t grow but so amazeing if they do

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    • Richo Cech

      Richo Cech

      Hi Synthia, Thanks for your interest! Short of trying to give you germ rates on 48 different species, let me just try to reassure you that all seed is of current lots and is the same seed we use to grow our nursery plants. These are generally started in a greenhouse or under lights and transplanted outdoors in the spring. richo

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    • lisa

      hi! love your seeds- i have purchased in the past and has great germination rates. quick question… how do these do at an elevation of 9000’? in technically in zone 5 but i garden to zone 3 due to the short grow seasons and 40 degree temp swings in one day. i do a back to eden garden style and use a lot of chicken maneuver for nitrogen to give everything a boost.
      i do have a sun room and a heated green house i can grow some of the more fragile varieties in. was curious if these would work well. i know quite a few are native to colorado so i’m familiar with growing some of these here.

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    • Richo Cech

      Richo Cech

      Hi Synthia, thanks for contacting and I’d much rather read “chicken maneuver” than “chicken manure” because humor is the spice of life. Glorious garden is a pretty potent cross-section of what is most reasonable in the medicinal herb realm for temperate growers to try to grow. Since you have facilities, all of them will work for you and will want various degrees of protection. The recommended hardiness zones are on each packet. One approach that I’ve seen work really well is to plant one packet per gallon pot, then thin to the 3 best seedlings, then when they develop sufficiently prick the 3 seedlings out so they become 3 gallon size potted plants. Just that much, well, it gives you incredible diversity of species and a little diversity at least within each type. Richo

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    Jodi Lester

    How many seeds per package?

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    • Richo Cech

      Richo Cech

      hi jodi, i guess you’d have to check the individual monographs to find seed counts. most of them are 50 to 100. richo

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    shriver555

    I’m zone 5b. Would these do ok in my area

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    • Richo Cech

      Richo Cech

      Hi Shriver, Most of these are herbaceous perennials that not only withstand a cold winter, they require it. Some of these, though, would need protection in your zone. You can check the individual monographs for the zone recommendations. Richo

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    • Yadahyah

      Hi, I am in zone 10b. Would the majority of this packet work here? If not what other packet would you recommend? Thanks!

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    • Richo Cech

      Richo Cech

      Hi! Many of these are herbaceous perennials that do better in colder zones, but if you were to plant all of them, I think about 50% would work, which in and of itself would be a lot of gardening (24 species). If you’re looking for a better batting average, try our new RESILIENCE seed collection–these are more warm weather loving. richo

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    • Billie Schuth

      Hello! If I was to seed all of these in pots, would the plants tolerate that well and be healthy for later transplant when they are bigger and stronger? If so, what pot size would you suggest? Thank you very much! I was so excited when I stumbled on your website…!

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    • Richo Cech

      Richo Cech

      Hello Billie,
      I do encourage people to start these seeds in pots. For the most part the increased control allows for better results over direct-seeding in the garden. We tried this one time with good results. We planted a packet per gallon pot and were able to choose out the best plants to keep and repot to more pots. Richo

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    • Dellie

      Hi.

      If i keep the seeds in a Mylar bag/fridge, what is the typical life length?

      Thank you

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    • Richo Cech

      Richo Cech

      3 years

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    • Jen

      Does each species come in the individual packets, like pictured, or are each species in a set all mixed together?

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    • Richo Cech

      Richo Cech

      these are as pictured, standard packets, organic, individually packaged, not all mixed together!

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    • Sib

      Hi, I currently live in a zone 6-7 but am moving to a zone 9a area in Arizona. Will the seeds/plants be able to handle that environment well or would you recommend an indoor grow? I really love your seed quality

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    • Richo Cech

      Richo Cech

      hello sib, thanks for contacting. we’ve chosen these plants based on medicinal attributes and general adaptability to a wide range of environments. most plants are happier outside than in. Arizona can be harsh and this can be mitigated by erecting a 40% shadecloth and watering regularly. drip irrigation can be water saving when growing in the SW. richo

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