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

$94.95

“Glorious Garden” contains one seed packet each of:

Absinthe Wormwood
Blue Vervain
Codonopsis (Dang-shen)
Dark Blue Cornflower
Helichrsum
Lady’s Mantle
Meadow Arnica
Meadowsweet
Passionflower
Pleurisy Root
Red Clover
Roman Chamomile
Spike Amaranth
Skullcap, Official
Spilanthes
Wild 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

    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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