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Landscaping and Bedding Plants

 

Alkanna orientalis

 

Alkanet, Oriental Seeds, 30 seeds
Alkanna orientalis

This member of the borage family has slightly citrus smelling leaves and makes a nice bedding plant.

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Chickweed
Stellaria media

 

Chickweed, Common, 100 seeds, organic
Stellaria media

This makes an excellent ground cover and grows easily right up to the Arctic. It is rich in saponins and vitamins and makes a splendid tonic.

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Salvia hierosolymitana

 

Jerusalem Sage, 20 seeds
Salvia hierosolymitana

This beautiful pink sage is native to the Eastern Mediterranean and hardy to 10° F. This sage is for those who really love sage, especially rare varieties. It mounds to about two feet and the middle leaves are evergreen. The flowers are white to wine red with many shades of red leading to the intense color. Though several sources state that this salvia has no known medicinal uses, recent studies suggest it has valuable anti-inflammatory properties.

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Rhodiola Russian
Sedum rhodiola

 

Rhodiola, Russian, 100 seeds
Sedum rhodiola

This seed came originally from Russia and has adaptogenic qualities similar to Siberian ginseng. Seedlings can be kept in plug trays for up to a year because they grow slowly and prefer a lot of cold. This plant has golden flowers and prefers limey soil or rock garden location with full sun and good drainage.

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Salvia hians

 

Sage, Kashmir, 10 seeds
Salvia hians

As the name suggests, this sage is hardy to about 20° F. It stays in bloom quite long with pink to mauve to blue or purple flowers that have a fruity aroma. It is used as a tea and poultice in the Himalayas. It is an evergreen perennial that requires very little water.

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Salvia fruticosa

 

Sage, Middle Eastern, 20 seeds
Salvia fruticosa

This Middle Eastern variety of sage is suitable for xeriscaping. It grows about four feet high and has highly aromatic pink to purple flowers. It can be used in dried flower arrangements or processed as a medicinal herb for stomachaches and high blood pressure. It is also antifungal.

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Violet sweet
Viola odorata

 

Violet, Sweet, organic, 50 seeds
Viola odorata

Likes moist soil in shade or partial sun. They are very frost hardy (to zone 5) perennial ground covers. The seed is slow to germinate. Plant in fall for spring appearance. Violets are a traditional remedy, used for mouth sores, including oral cancers. This is a German cultivar and was a favorite of Hildegard of Bingen who used it topically for cancer treatment. The young leaves are edible and can be used in salads or soups. The act as a thickener when used in soups. They can also be used to make a tea. Violets contain salicylic acid and are pain relieving.

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