Other herb seeds

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  • Borage

    This annual plant grows up to 60 cm tall. Its coarsely haired leaves are delightful with a pleasant aroma and a taste of fresh cucumbers. It is perfect for flavouring salads, potatoes, meat and vegetables. It is a valuable melliferous plant.

    Borage – seeds

    Seeding depth: 1 cm
    Seeding time outdoors: April
    Spacing: 30 x 30 cm
    Harvesting period: June – August

    One package contains 2 grams of seeds.

  • Catmint – A natural mosquito repellent

    This annual plant grows 40 cm tall. It develops broad, dense tufts. Its tiny flowers are blue purple. Since it repels mosquitos, it is recommended for cultivation alongside benches, on terraces and in other places of relaxation.

    Catmint – A natural mosquito repellent – seeds

    Seeding depth: 1 cm
    Seeding time in greenhouses: March – May
    Seeding time outdoors: May – June
    Planting time of seedlings outdoors: August – September
    Spacing: 20 x 30 cm
    Flowering period: May – October

    One package contains 0,1 gram of seeds.

  • Chamomile

    An annual plant that grows to 30 to 50 cm. It develops branched shoots, feathery leaves and small flower heads. It is a medicinal and ornamental plant with a distinct aroma. The dried plants are used for the preparation of infusions.

    Chamomile – seeds

    Seeding depth: 1 cm
    Seeding time outdoors: April – June
    Spacing: 30 x 5-10 cm
    Harvesting period: July – August

    One package contains 0,2 gram of seeds.

  • Coriander

    An annual plant that grows circa 50 cm tall. It delights with a rich and spicy-sweet flavour. The ripe dried fruit and young leaves can be added to sauces, meat, fish, rice, and cakes.

    Coriander – seeds

    Seeding depth: 0,5 cm
    Seeding time outdoors: April – June
    Spacing: 30 x 5-10 cm
    Harvesting period: July – September

    The package contains 3 grams of seeds.

  • Dill Kozak

    An early, productive variety. Its erect plants are densely covered with small, bluish-green, exceptionally aromatic leaves. Harvest the fresh greens and use the whole stems with flower buds as pickle flavouring. It can be eaten raw, dried or frozen.

    Dill Kozak – seeds

    Seeding depth: 1 – 2 cm
    Seeding time outdoors: March – September
    Spacing: 30 x 15 cm
    Harvesting period: May – October

    One package contains 5 grams of seeds.

  • Dill Kronos

    An exceptionally productive, medium late variety. Its tall plants produce plenty of dark green, aromatic leaves with a distinct waxy coating. Harvest the greens and use the whole stems with flower buds as pickle flavouring.

    Dill Kronos – seeds

    Seeding depth: 1 – 2 cm
    Seeding time outdoors: March – August, October – November
    Spacing: 15 x 30 cm
    Harvesting period: May – June, July – October

    One package contains 5 grams of seeds.

  • Dill Moravan

    This is a medium early, very productive variety. Its dark green leaves have a distinct aroma. It shoots flowering stalks late in the season and is therefore recommended for green harvest. It can be dried and frozen.

    Dill Moravan – seeds

    Seeding depth: 1 – 2 cm
    Seeding time outdoors: March – September
    Spacing: 15 x 30 cm
    Flowering period: May – October

    The package contains 5 grams of seeds.

  • Garlic Chives

    A perennial quickly spreading plant. It develops flat, dark green leaves with a characteristic garlicky flavour. Its white flowers are delightful with a sweet aroma. It is used as a herb, as well as a medicinal or ornamental plant. Its leaves are added to salads, sandwiches and sauces.

    Garlic Chives – seeds

    Seeding depth: 1 – 2 cm
    Seeding time outdoors: April – June
    Spacing: 30 x 30 cm
    Harvesting period: May – October

    One package contains 1 gram of seeds.

  • Lemon Grass

    A perennial plant that grows to 40 to 100 cm tall. Intended for cultivation in greenhouses or indoors in pots. The whole plant has a nice citrus aroma and taste. Recommended for soups, marinades, salads, meat, desserts and herbal teas.

    Lemon Grass – seeds

    Seeding depth: 0,2 cm
    Seeding time in greenhouses: February – March
    Planting time of seedlings outdoors: May
    Spacing: 30 x 30 cm
    Harvesting period: June – September

    One package contains 0,2 gram of seeds.

  • Lovage

    A perennial plant that grows up to 2 metres tall. It is used as a spice and in medicine. It has a strong flavour and a spicy taste. The fresh or dried dark green leaves, rhizomes and roots are used in the kitchen for flavouring soups, sauces, salads and meat.

    Lovage – seeds

    Seeding depth: 1 – 2 cm
    Seeding time in greenhouses: April
    Seeding time outdoors: May – June
    Planting time of seedlings outdoors: June – July
    Spacing: 60 x 60 cm
    Harvesting period: May – September

    One package contains 0,5 gram of seeds.

  • Marjoram

    An annual plant that grows 30 to 50 cm tall. It has a distinct spicy taste and aroma. The fresh and dried green leaves are used in soups, sauces and meat dishes. It helps the digestion. It can be grown in the garden and in pots.

    Marjoram – seeds

    Seeding depth: 0,2 cm
    Seeding time in greenhouses: March
    Seeding time outdoors: 15 April – May
    Planting time of seedlings outdoors: 15 May
    Spacing: 25 x 20 cm
    Harvesting period: July – September

    One package contains 0,75 gram of seeds.

  • Parsley – a selection of varieties

    A mix of varieties with smooth and frizzled leaves. Its plants develop plenty of foliage and grow back rapidly after the harvest. Its aromatic leaves are rich in vitamins and used for flavouring and decorating dishes. It can be dried and frozen. Pellet: wood flour.

    Parsley – a selection of varieties – seeds

    Seeding depth: 1-2 cm
    Seeding time outdoors: March – May
    Spacing: 20-30 x 5 cm
    Harvesting period: May – November

    One package contains 5 grams of seeds.