Culinary Herb Seed Vault

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Grow your own kitchen herb garden! This seed vault includes eight varieties of organic, easy-to-grow herbs for cooking.

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Overview

The Culinary Herb Seed Vault is a collection of the finest organic, heirloom seeds to grow herbs commonly used in cooking. Seeds come in individual airtight packets allowing for long-term storage. Save your seeds and grow when needed.

Features & Benefits:

  • 8 varieties of easy-to-grow kitchen herbs
  • USDA Organic
  • 100% non-GMO, open pollinated seeds
  • Open pollinated seeds can be grown, harvested and replanted endlessly
  • Re-sealable pouch for long term storage
  • Reusable triple-layered Mylar seed packets
  • Includes instructions for planting and harvesting
  • Made in the USA

Seeds Included:

  • Sage
  • Genovese basil
  • Leisure coriander cilantro
  • Single-leaf parsley
  • English thyme
  • Dill mammoth
  • Italian oregano
  • Standard chives

About Culinary Herbs

  • Sage: Sage adds color, texture and fragrance to gardens as well as flavor to pasta, meats and breads.
  • Basil: Genovese Basil is widely regarded as the best variety of basil for pesto and garlic-flavored dishes.
  • Cilantro: Cilantro is a popular herb in Mexican, Middle Eastern, Indian, and Asian cuisines. The seeds are known as the spice coriander, and the leaves are known as cilantro.
  • Parsley: Flat-leaf parsley enhances the flavor of meats, salads and soups. It holds flavor better than the curly-leaf kind when dried.
  • Thyme: This aromatic herb complements everything from tomato sauces and marinades to vegetables and jellies.
  • Dill: Well known pickling ingredient. Its seeds and leaves also taste great in dips, soups, and breads.
  • Oregano: Oregano is a popular herb widely used in Italian and Greek cooking. Leaves can be used fresh or dried and add warm spicy flavor to your favorite recipes.
  • Standard chives: Chives taste slightly sweeter and milder than onions. Stir chives into soups and sauces; whip with butter, cream cheese, and dips; or sprinkle over potatoes and omelets.
Overview

Grow your own kitchen herb garden! This seed vault includes eight varieties of organic, easy-to-grow herbs for cooking.

Read more

Overview

The Culinary Herb Seed Vault is a collection of the finest organic, heirloom seeds to grow herbs commonly used in cooking. Seeds come in individual airtight packets allowing for long-term storage. Save your seeds and grow when needed.

Features & Benefits:

  • 8 varieties of easy-to-grow kitchen herbs
  • USDA Organic
  • 100% non-GMO, open pollinated seeds
  • Open pollinated seeds can be grown, harvested and replanted endlessly
  • Re-sealable pouch for long term storage
  • Reusable triple-layered Mylar seed packets
  • Includes instructions for planting and harvesting
  • Made in the USA

Seeds Included:

  • Sage
  • Genovese basil
  • Leisure coriander cilantro
  • Single-leaf parsley
  • English thyme
  • Dill mammoth
  • Italian oregano
  • Standard chives

About Culinary Herbs

  • Sage: Sage adds color, texture and fragrance to gardens as well as flavor to pasta, meats and breads.
  • Basil: Genovese Basil is widely regarded as the best variety of basil for pesto and garlic-flavored dishes.
  • Cilantro: Cilantro is a popular herb in Mexican, Middle Eastern, Indian, and Asian cuisines. The seeds are known as the spice coriander, and the leaves are known as cilantro.
  • Parsley: Flat-leaf parsley enhances the flavor of meats, salads and soups. It holds flavor better than the curly-leaf kind when dried.
  • Thyme: This aromatic herb complements everything from tomato sauces and marinades to vegetables and jellies.
  • Dill: Well known pickling ingredient. Its seeds and leaves also taste great in dips, soups, and breads.
  • Oregano: Oregano is a popular herb widely used in Italian and Greek cooking. Leaves can be used fresh or dried and add warm spicy flavor to your favorite recipes.
  • Standard chives: Chives taste slightly sweeter and milder than onions. Stir chives into soups and sauces; whip with butter, cream cheese, and dips; or sprinkle over potatoes and omelets.
Specifications
Key Feature:
8 varieties of easy-to-grow culinary herbs. Open pollinated, non-GMO seeds.
Origin:
Made in the U.S.A.
Lead Time:
Ships within 1 Business Day
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  • No-hassle, 30 day returns
  • No sales tax
  • Quick shipping
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  • In business since 2000
  • Member of Better Business Bureau, Green America, and US EPA Watersense
  • Carbon-neutral, Family-owned business that promotes sustainability!

Grow your own kitchen herb garden! This seed vault includes eight varieties of organic, easy-to-grow herbs for cooking.

Read more

Overview

The Culinary Herb Seed Vault is a collection of the finest organic, heirloom seeds to grow herbs commonly used in cooking. Seeds come in individual airtight packets allowing for long-term storage. Save your seeds and grow when needed.

Features & Benefits:

  • 8 varieties of easy-to-grow kitchen herbs
  • USDA Organic
  • 100% non-GMO, open pollinated seeds
  • Open pollinated seeds can be grown, harvested and replanted endlessly
  • Re-sealable pouch for long term storage
  • Reusable triple-layered Mylar seed packets
  • Includes instructions for planting and harvesting
  • Made in the USA

Seeds Included:

  • Sage
  • Genovese basil
  • Leisure coriander cilantro
  • Single-leaf parsley
  • English thyme
  • Dill mammoth
  • Italian oregano
  • Standard chives

About Culinary Herbs

  • Sage: Sage adds color, texture and fragrance to gardens as well as flavor to pasta, meats and breads.
  • Basil: Genovese Basil is widely regarded as the best variety of basil for pesto and garlic-flavored dishes.
  • Cilantro: Cilantro is a popular herb in Mexican, Middle Eastern, Indian, and Asian cuisines. The seeds are known as the spice coriander, and the leaves are known as cilantro.
  • Parsley: Flat-leaf parsley enhances the flavor of meats, salads and soups. It holds flavor better than the curly-leaf kind when dried.
  • Thyme: This aromatic herb complements everything from tomato sauces and marinades to vegetables and jellies.
  • Dill: Well known pickling ingredient. Its seeds and leaves also taste great in dips, soups, and breads.
  • Oregano: Oregano is a popular herb widely used in Italian and Greek cooking. Leaves can be used fresh or dried and add warm spicy flavor to your favorite recipes.
  • Standard chives: Chives taste slightly sweeter and milder than onions. Stir chives into soups and sauces; whip with butter, cream cheese, and dips; or sprinkle over potatoes and omelets.
Key Feature:
8 varieties of easy-to-grow culinary herbs. Open pollinated, non-GMO seeds.
Origin:
Made in the U.S.A.
Lead Time:
Ships within 1 Business Day
  • No-hassle, 30 day returns
  • No sales tax
  • Quick shipping
  • Secure shopping (SSL, PCI, McAfee Secure)
  • In business since 2000
  • Member of Better Business Bureau, Green America, and US EPA Watersense
  • Carbon-neutral, Family-owned business that promotes sustainability!

Specifications:

Key Feature:
8 varieties of easy-to-grow culinary herbs. Open pollinated, non-GMO seeds.
Origin:
Made in the U.S.A.
Lead Time:
Ships within 1 Business Day

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