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8 Individual Packs
750+ Seeds!
Value $26.64
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100% Organically Grown
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My Tea Garden Collection
Attention Tea Lovers! This 8 variety collection will keep your tea habits healthy and happy.Easy to grow and self sows. Near the end of the season, do not dead head the entire plant.Leave several stocks to flower and seeds to ripen.Either collect the seed and re-sow it in the subsequent years.OR you may let Mother Nature take her course and let the ripened seeds fall amid the plants to bulk up your existing planting. It also makes a beautiful addition to your gardens diversity and health. Zone 3 -4 friendly.

Agastache - Mint  - Agastache needs long days. Up to 14 hours to set bud. You will love the aroma, flavour and look of this favourite. The flavour starts mildly licorice and finishes off minty. Outstanding as a garnish or for brewing tea.
Agastache - Mint
(Agastache rugosa)
Bee Balm - A slow spreading plant that has a great aroma. Sprinkle its leaves and flowers in fruit salads. Good plant for poor, well drained soil. It has a unique flowering habit, funky seed heads which makes it a gorgeous as a cut flower. Butterflies and hummingbirds love this plant and it is drought tolerant and deer resistant. Note that the bergamot herb is not the source of bergamot oil.
Bee Balm
(Monarda didyma)
Calendula - Producing brilliant orange or yellow flowers that add colour to your garden and salads. Known for its natural anti-inflammatory properties, teas and tinctures can also be produced for internal and external ailments. Plant as a border in your garden to help repel harmful insects and attract early pollinating insects. Self-sows, making it a great soil stabilizer on sloped or disturbed areas.
(Calendula officinalis)
Fennel - Striking delicate foliage with a sweet black licorice flavour.  Produces root bulbs for cooking. Sprinkle harvested leaves on ice cream or in your favourite fruit dish. Fennel attracts beneficial insects is drought tolerant and very aromatic and can also be used in seafood recipes.
(Foeniculum vulgare)
Feverfew - Very reliable and easy to naturalize. These plants produce a mass of citrus smelling leaves and white daisy-like flowers with yellow centers, on multi-branched stems. Feverfew has a very long history in its medicinal uses, such as dispelling fevers and treating arthritis. Good cut flower filler and beneficial insect attractant. Feverfew is deer resistant and drought tolerant.
German Chamomile - Best variety for teas and salves.  In the vegetable and herb garden, Chamomile is a good companion plant for basil, onion, cabbage and cucumbers. It also is known to increase the oil quality of other herbs planted around it. It's bright cheery flowers brighten up any garden. Commonly used in moon gardens for the glow they show off from the moonlight.
German Chamomile
(matricaria recutita)
Lemon Balm - Lemon scented flavour make this plant an excellent garnish and a delicious tea for colds. Also effective as a companion plant or bug barrier.

When watering the seed that needs light to germinate, it is important that you either use a spray bottle to keep the soil moist or water from the bottom by using a tray and filling the tray with water that allows the soil to soak up the water from the bottom up. Not using one of the 2 ways suggested may push the seed into the soil which will not allow optimal light conditions for proper germination. Also, be sure to sow Lemon Balm in bunches of 3,5 or 7 seeds to create a clumping effect as showing only one seed will only provide one small plant, that will take a longer time to allow for harvest or to create the desired bug barrier effect.  Lemon balm has a short rootstock is and the stems are square and branch out at each joint. The leaves are heart-shaped, toothed and emit an amazingly sweet lemon fragrance when bruised. Their distinct lemon taste makes them a perfect choice for tea. Lemon Balms flowers in small loose bunches from June to October.
Lemon Balm
(Melissa officinalis)
Navajo Tea - Native to the mountainous southwestern US up to Alberta. Also known as Hopi tea and green thread because of its narrow leaves. Produces yellow coreopsis like blooms and its bright yellow colours can be used as a natural dye.  Flowers belong with leaves and stems during harvest. Also, use all parts as a tea which has a slightly smoky flavour and light jasmine scent.  Drought and deer resistant. Consult a physician before using medicinally.
Navajo Tea
(thelesperma filifolium)

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We designed these packs to make it easier to plan a garden. Plan your garden in a few clicks by acquiring one or several of these unique Variety Packs. Smart choice for first time or seasoned gardener.You will Save Money, the space you are planting will look fabulous with the specailly selected varieites in each pack. All varieities in the Variety Pack Collections are individually packaged, giving you full control of the amount of each herb, vegetable, tomato or flower you wish to grow. There is enough seed in every pack to guarantee an amazing result, or even share with a friend!

The individual packages of seeds (complete with instruction ) comes with an attractive white envelope, with the name and photo of each variety printed on the front. Makes a great gift for that special gardener in your life!

  • If you choose to store unused seed, please provide a cool dry & dark place for next year. The fridge is a great place to store seed. Keeping the seeds cold, keeps them dormant so they can save all their energy for the following season
  • Canadian orders only for Variety Packs due to International regulations.
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