Lifeline Medicinal Herb Garden, 18 medicinal herb seed packets, organic

$29.95

Packed in earth-friendly recycled paper and cellophane, under our colorful sprouting herb seeds logo: Astragalus, Holy Basil (Temperate Tulsi), Gobo Burdock, Mixed Calendula, German Chamomile, Echinacea purpurea, Elecampane, Evening Primrose, Brown Flax, Lemon Balm, Marshmallow, Official Motherwort, Stinging Nettles, Cayenne Pepper, Garden Sage, Official Valerian, Wood Betony and Yarrow. Available to you barely over our cost.

18 full-sized seed packets, Certified Organically Grown

 

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  1. Jim

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    Jim

    Hello! I’m a new gardener and I’m happy that this collection is a good starter. It contains a lot of different plant seeds. What size area would I need to prepare for these plants? Thanks in advance for your help!

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    • Richo Cech

      Richo Cech

      Hi Jim,
      Under the circumstances I would prepare one gallon pot for each seed packet, label appropriately, and thin to maybe 6 plants per pot, then when the seedlings size up, plant out to recommended spacing. This info is on each packet. In the end, you could fill a 10 by 100 foot bed, more or less depending on the care given to each species, and how many seedlings you start and save.
      Richo

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  2. Martine

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    Martine

    I’ve just discovered your site. I live in mission British Columbia. I’m am just starting out and am not really a great gardener yet. I’m interested in your lifeline package and your tea package. Is this a good first choice.

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    • Richo Cech

      Richo Cech

      Yes, the Lifeline collection especially is meant for beginning medicinal herb gardeners. These particular seeds are relatively easy to start and keep growing, they are chosen for wide adaptability to gardens north and south, and in terms of western herbal medicine they are core species. Richo

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    Karl Buchanan

    Karl Buchanan

    I refer a lot more people than I get chances to shop myself. This year I will be enlarging my growing and putting some seeds back for next year too. Strictly medicinal sets standards anybody can rely on for hardy, pharmacal quality species.

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    Richo Cech

    Admin Richo Cech

    “I had a friend introduce me to your business from a catalog he had requested. I was immediately intrigued by the wide selection of plant strains that are mostly unheard of where I live in central Arkansas. I ordered the ‘lifeline’ package you guys have and I have never been so pleased with a purchase or quality of seed. My germination with your seeds was so prolific that I gave many seedlings away after transplanting the ones I wanted. Now that it is summer we are experiencing an early drought and the quality of your strains prove themselves again by thriving in the heat producing beautiful medicinally packed blooms, leaves, and fruits. I cant wait to see the excellent yield from the root crops next year and I now have a place to direct people who want nothing but reliable, high quality seeds to enrich their lives and gardens. It has been nothing but an absolute pleasure to find you guys and to continue growing the well loved plant strains that you have so carefully tended to. You truly are making the world a greener place and thats a wonderful thing.”

    Your new life customer,

    JB

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    Richo Cech

    Admin Richo Cech

    One evening Mayche and I were taking a stroll in the gardens. I took her elbow and guided her between the evening primroses with their yellow, mucilaginous blooms and the burdock, with its velcroed seedheads ready to burst into genetic infinity. A dragonfly swooped by, while a striped pheonix moth unfolded its inch-long proboscis into a waiting garden sage flower. In the sky, an amorphous white cloud was illuminated from behind by the setting sun, superimposed against the darkening blue of the heavens. Inspired by this tiny set of events, or perchance listening subliminally to the chattering of the plants themselves, we began to discuss putting together a set of herb seeds that would embody the foundation for a diverse medicinal garden that would contribute to every aspect of health and well-being, and making this set of seeds available to people at a very low cost, so that more would find it possible to buy them and realize the benefits. That way, our gardening friends wouldn’t have to choose. We would choose for them. “Let’s call it the LIFELINE garden,” said Mayche. “Its like throwing people a lifeline to bring them back to health.” “I like it,” I said. Then Mayche (ever the shopper) said, “And, its like lifeline pricing at the co-op, where they sell organically grown stuff like brown rice, potatoes, and dried beans for just over cost, to make sure that everybody has enough to eat. “OK,” I said.

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    • rachael allen

      rachael allen

      I am curious about timing of shipping. I live in Portland OR. Thanks!

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    • Richo Cech

      Richo Cech

      Hi there, Thanks for staying in touch. Currently (Dec 12, 2018), very fast turnaround on this end–sometimes even same-day shipping. Concerned about arrival before xmas? Order immediately, and leave a note to “rush” in customer comments field at checkout. Thinking of putting this off until February? Please be aware that despite working around the clock we can get behind at that time of year. Best advice? Order early.

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