Edible And Culinary

Edible And Culinary

Herbs, spices and teas. Use these plants in the kitchen!

Herbs, spices and teas. Use these plants in the kitchen!

Edible And Culinary (10)

Elfin Thyme - Thymus Serpyllum 'Elfin'

Elfin Thyme

Thymus Serpyllum 'Elfin'

From $24.00

Australian Brush Cherry - Eugenia paniculata (myrtifolia)

Australian Brush Cherry

Eugenia paniculata (myrtifolia)

From $7.50

Edible Fig Tree - Ficus Carica

Edible Fig Tree

Ficus Carica

From $42.00

Hass Avocado Tree - Persea Americana Hass

Hass Avocado Tree

Persea Americana Hass

From $189.00

Desert Gold Peach - Prunus persica Desert Gold

Desert Gold Peach

Prunus persica Desert Gold

From $79.00

Santa Rosa Plum Tree - Prunus salicina

Santa Rosa Plum Tree

Prunus salicina

From $79.00

Tuscan Blue Rosemary - Roemarinus officinalis Tuscan Blue

Tuscan Blue Rosemary

Roemarinus officinalis Tuscan Blue

From $6.00

Prostrate Rosemary - Rosmarinus officinalis Prostratus

Prostrate Rosemary

Rosmarinus officinalis Prostratus

From $6.20

Yerba Buena - Satureja douglasii

Yerba Buena

Satureja douglasii

From $7.75

Dwarf Pomegranate - Punica granatum 'Nana'

Dwarf Pomegranate

Punica granatum 'Nana'

From $17.00

Edible And Culinary: Weather you’re wanting fresh herbs for an authentic sauce, or garnishing a dish for an epic presentation, having the right plants on the ready is crucial for any chef! Some of the most popular plants used in cooking are Rosemary, Oregano, and Sage. Having an edible garden creates an interactive experience with your landscape, and saves money as well! We recommend having at least a small portion of your garden dedicated to your favorite herbs. After all, plants have been used for cooking since the beginning of thyme.

Edible And Culinary: Weather you’re wanting fresh herbs for an authentic sauce, or garnishing a dish for an epic presentation, having the right plants on the ready is crucial for any chef! Some of the most popular plants used in cooking are Rosemary, Oregano, and Sage. Having an edible garden creates an interactive experience with your landscape, and saves money as well! We recommend having at least a small portion of your garden dedicated to your favorite herbs. After all, plants have been used for cooking since the beginning of thyme.