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Herb - Anise Hyssop | The Good Seed Company
Anise Hyssop
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Aka as Licorice Mint, this North American native hardy perennial produces copious amounts of nectar, attracting hosts of pollinators. Long-lasting spires of fragrant purple flowers bloom from July-September. Grows 3-4 ft, making a strong vertical garden accent. Valued culinary and medicinal plant. Mint family member. Homestead, permaculture and polyculture garden favorite.

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Bachelor Buttons | The Good Seed Company
Bachelor Buttons
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This hardy heirloom mix includes the traditional blue "corn flower", along with blooms in shades of pink, lavender and white. Adored by bees, butterflies and other pollinators, it grows 3 feet tall and blooms all summer. A wonderful cut flower (it is the canonical lapel flower), the 1-1.5” blossoms also are edible, with a light, spicy clove-like flavor. Flowers make attractive blue food dye, and have medicinal value.

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Herb - Black Cohosh | The Good Seed Company
Black Cohosh
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Also called Black Snakeroot, Bugbane, Rattle Weed, Rattle Pod. Hardy perennial with striking foliage and tall white flower stalks. Root (rhizome) is a valued traditional medicinal. A forest native, it is a shade-loving plant. Once established, it is a robust, long-lived plant.

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Herb - Tobacco | The Good Seed Company
Herb - Tobacco
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Tall herbaceous annual, native to the New World. Traditionally prized as a ceremonial smoke medicine plant - one of four sacred plants, together with sweet grass, cedar and sage. These sacred plants are used in ceremony to connect consciously with Spirit on Earth. Leaves also used medicinally and as dye plant. Pollinator friendly plant with fragrant flowers; good companion plant for brassicas. Nicotine in plant also useful as insecticide. Valued permaculture, polyculture, homestead plant.
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Snapdragon | The Good Seed Company
Snapdragon
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A garden favorite since the 1700’s. Native to the Mediterranean, Thomas Jefferson documented their growth in his experimental trial gardens. Cold-hardy plant that grows to 2-feet with a bright array of fragrant flowers in shades of yellow, orange and red that often are still blooming when the snow falls. Wonderful in flower arrangements. Pollinator friendly garden dye plant. Bonus: edible blossoms!

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Sweet Alyssum | The Good Seed Company
Sweet Alyssum
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This low-growing annual produces a luscious carpet of delicate, white, fragrant, edible blossoms adored by butterflies and bees. Easy to grow and self-seeds readily. Excellent ground cover.
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Herb - Sweet Annie | The Good Seed Company
Sweet Annie
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Aka known as Qing-hao in Traditional Chinese Medicine. Highly valued anti-malarial, anti-parasitic medicinal annual herb native to China. Tall, ferny green stalks with sweetly fragrant foliage, Highly fragrant garden plant; grow it where you’ll touch it frequently.

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Sweet Pea | The Good Seed Company
Sweet Pea
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One of our absolute favorite heirlooms for the garden! A long-blooming riot of color with exquisite fragrance, it attracts pollinators all summer long. The long-stemmed flowers are ideal for cutting and, as a legume, it naturally fixes nitrogen in the soil. What could be better?

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