Grow your own Traditional Herbs at home from Page's Seeds. Yes, it's easy to keep your pantry stocked with dry herbs such as basil, rosemary, and thyme that you just open the jar and toss in a teaspoon full. It's also easy to plant herb seeds and grow them on your windowsill so you have fresh and more flavorful herbs to make your home cooking that much better. Skip the long line at the store with the picked over Herb seed display and order our American grown seeds at harvestarray.com.
Have you ever purchased "fresh" herbs like Parsley or Coriander at a specialty food store, with the intent of using them in a new recipe? When you finally get around to making the recipe that requires fresh herbs a few days after you purchased them, you discover they are no longer fresh, but brown and wilted.
You also are out a lot of money because those "Fresh" herbs were quite expensive! Your recipe is ruined because you use the bland, outdated jar of herbs that's been in the spice rack for 4 years. You could have saved yourself a lot of trouble by purchasing Page's Traditional Herb Seed Packets online from Harvest Array!
We have 14 seed varieties available to start your own home garden. Soon you will be snipping off fresh herbs right from your own plants.
Don't wait until summer to order our seed packets. Our seeds have traditionally sold out early in the season. Prepare for the growing season now by picking some of your favorites or try something new. Skip the long line at the overcrowded chain stores with the picked over seed display and order some high quality American grown herb seeds from www.harvestarray.com.
Our Selection of Tradition Garden Herbs:
- Anise - Flavor resembles licorice. Often used for indigestion, migraine, decrease swelling, and may act as an insect repellant.
- Borage Blue - Flavor and scent of cucumbers. The flowers and leaves are used for fever, cough, and depression. It can be used for skin conditions like eczema.
- Caraway - Distinctive aroma reminiscent of anise and a warm, slightly sharp taste. Used in cooking of curries, breads, pastries, and stews. New research suggests caraway may improve digestion, promote weight loss, and reduce inflammation.
- Catnip - One of 250 species of mint. Your cat must inherit the sensitivity to catnip in order to be affected by it. Catnip also has amazing health benefits for humans! Keeps bugs away from your garden, can be made into a salve to relieve bug bites on your skin, soothes irritated scalp and dandruff, and many more.
- Chamomile - Often made into a tea to relieve sleeplessness, anxiety, upset stomach, and diarrhea.
- Chervil - often referred to as "gourmet parsley" but has a flavor closer to Anise, but milder. Chervil is a great source of antioxidants, dietary fiber, vitamins, and minerals.
- Lavender - English - This herb is very common in aromatherapy because the essential oil fragrance is believed to promote calmness and wellness. Other benefits include improves sleep and mood, soothes nerves, balance blood sugar, relives pain, and more. Grows and spreads quickly, so plant in the ground or large planter.
- Lemon Balm - A member of the mint family. The leaves have a light lemon scent. Used in alternative medicine to treat anxiety, nervousness, sleeplessness, gastrointestinal problems like bloating and indigestion, and many more. Sometimes referred to as bee balm. Plant it around your garden to attract bees and other pollinators while repelling pesky mosquitoes.
- Parsley - Paramount - Used as a garnish on food plates but should be eaten with the rest of your meal because it's rich in many powerful antioxidants. Parsley contains nutrients that helps to protect your eyes, support healthy bones, and may improve heart health.
- Roquette - May be better known as Arugula. Often used in salads and has a peppery taste. It is very high in Antioxidants while very low in calories. Great to eat when you have a common cold because it is high in vitamin C.
- Sage - Broadleaf Italian - The important health benefits of sage may include its potential ability to improve brain function, lower inflammation, boost the immune system, regulate digestion, alleviate skin conditions, strengthen the bones, slow the onset of cognitive disorders, and lower blood sugar. Sage is often used in making sausage, stuffing, and homemade cheese.
- Summer Savory - Another member of the mint family. This herb is both peppery and piney. it is used to season soups, stews, and bean recipes. It is also found in sauerkraut and succotash. This herb is thought to improve stomach pain, cough, and diarrhea.
- Sweet Marjoram - Has a sweet pine and citrusy flavor. It is in the oregano family and used in soups, salads, and meat dishes. Has Antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties.
- Thyme - The most popular culinary herb today. It has a sharp, pronounced minty flavor with grassy, floral notes and is both peppery and sweet at the same time. Chances are you have thyme in your spice rack or have used it in a recipe. Besides it being a delicious herb, Thyme also has many health benefits including fighting acne, lowering blood pressure, alleviating cough, boosting immunity, boosting mood, and more.
**Always consult your doctor before using any of these herbs for medicinal purposes**
Features of our collection of Page's Culinary Herb Seeds
Each packet of herbs is sold separately.
- Many of the types of Herbs we carry are Heirloom Herbs.
According to Better Homes & Gardens, an herb seed is considered an Heirloom if the seed type existed for at least 50 years. Farmers and gardeners would save seeds from plants and continue to grow them year after year. These seeds often got handed down through generations. Heirloom seeds, therefore, produce tried and true plants and are also guaranteed Non-GMO.
Seeds Made in the USA
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How to grow an herb garden
Herbs are Sun-Lovers which proves to be the biggest challenge in growing your own herbs either inside or outside. But that can be easily overcome with the following tips:
Indoor gardening by Country Living
Pick south facing windows. Your herbs will get the most sun throughout the day this way in the bright light. If your home gets too much shade, think about getting an inexpensive grow light.
Your herbs will grow well when exposed to at least 10 hours of light. This light will come in handy if you want fresh herbs through the winter months.
Grow your herbs where the room temperature is between 65-70 degrees F. during the day and a few degrees cooler at night.
Water and fertilize your herbs every 2 weeks with water-soluble fertilizer. Make sure your potting soil has drainage holes.
- Start with a few Traditional Herbs that are known to grow well indoors such as Parsley. Harvest Array has the perfect Planter for your windowsill.
Starting an Herb Garden in a Small Outdoor Space by Brooklyn Botanical Garden
If you want to plant your herbs in pots, pick a spot or spots on your deck or patio that gets the most hours of full sunlight throughout the day. Harvest Array has Large Garden Planters perfect for your outdoor herb garden because it can be moved easily if your herbs are not growing well in their current location.
Herbs such as Rosemary and Sage do well in large pots or planters that can be moved around as need with the changing sun angle throughout the summer. Other herbs like thyme, grows very well in the ground.
- Your herb garden will need at least 6 hours of full sun so, take some time before planting your garden, to take note of where in your outdoor space gets the best sun.
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