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Mark A. Miller

(Fennel, Red Fennel)

The fine, feathery, reddish blue-green foliage of red fennel adds a puff of color to flower gardens and containers. This selection is true to seed and is also valued as a potherb and vegetable.

Fennel is a versatile, large, clump-forming perennial herb from the Mediterranean that has been valued for cooking since Ancient Roman times and earlier. Its seeds have a pungent anise flavor and are used as a common spice. In fact, they lend the predominant flavor in Italian sausage. Vegetable, or bulb...

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Jessie Keith

(Fennel, Smokey Fennel)

The fine, feathery, bronzy green foliage of smokey fennel adds a puff of color to flower gardens and containers. This selection is true to seed and is also valued as a potherb and vegetable.

Fennel is a versatile, large, clump-forming perennial herb from the Mediterranean that has been valued for cooking since Ancient Roman times and earlier. Its seeds have a pungent anise flavor and are used as a common spice in vegetable and meat dishes. In fact, they are the predominant flavor in Italian...

Image of Humulus lupulus photo by: James H. Schutte

James H. Schutte

(Hops)

Attractively cloaked in deeply lobed leaves, hops produces pine-scented flowers that are widely used to preserve and flavor beer. A fast growing, perennial vine, it is native to North America, Europe and western Asia. The tender new stem tips can also be harvested and cooked as a vegetable.

The bright to medium green leaves are lobed, usually three or five in number and have teethed edges. In summertime, plants flower. Being dioecious, the hops vine is either male or female in gender. The male...

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TL

(Golden Hops)

Attractively cloaked in chartreuse, lobed leaves, golden hops produces pine-scented flowers that are widely used to preserve and flavor beer. A fast-growing, perennial vine, it is native to North America, Europe and western Asia. The tender new stem tips can also be harvested and cooked as a vegetable.

The bright chartreuse to light yellow leaves are deeply lobed, usually three or five in number and have teethed edges. In summertime, plants flower. Being dioecious, the hops vine is either male...

(Columbus Hops)

Attractively cloaked in deeply lobed leaves, hops produces pine-scented flowers that are widely used to preserve and flavor beer. A fast growing, perennial vine, it is native to North America, Europe and western Asia. The tender new stem tips can also be harvested and cooked as a vegetable.

The bright to medium green leaves are lobed, usually three or five in number and have teethed edges. In summertime, plants flower. Being dioecious, the hops vine is either male or female in gender. The male...

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Mark A. Miller

(Nugget Hops)

Attractively cloaked in deeply lobed leaves, hops produces pine-scented flowers that are widely used to preserve and flavor beer. A fast growing, perennial vine, it is native to North America, Europe and western Asia. The tender new stem tips can also be harvested and cooked as a vegetable.

The bright to medium green leaves are lobed, usually three or five in number and have teethed edges. In summertime, plants flower. Being dioecious, the hops vine is either male or female in gender. The male...

Image of Hyssopus officinalis photo by: James H. Schutte

James H. Schutte

(Common Hyssop, True Hyssop)

Slender, leafy spikes of soft lavender-pink to lavender-blue flowers appear above true hyssop's fine, aromatic leaves in summer and autumn. Native to southern Europe, it is a low, bushy, semi-evergreen subshrub that is commonly grown as a perennial. Its lightly fragrant flowers and foliage were once valued for herbal remedies in old Europe.

True hyssop has very small, fine, medium green leaves. From midsummer to early autumn, it produces a modest display of leafy, upright stems lined with small,...

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Kieft-Pro-Seeds

(Common Hyssop)

From summer to fall, 'Nectar Blue' hyssop produces slender, leafy spikes of lavender-blue flowers above its fine, aromatic leaves. European in origin, this low, bushy, semi-evergreen subshrub is commonly grown as a perennial for herb gardens and borders.

True hyssop has very small, fine, medium green leaves. From midsummer to early autumn, it produces a modest display of leafy, upright stems lined with small, funnel-shaped blossoms with two lips. The flowers irresistible to bees and may even...

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Kieft-Pro-Seeds

(Common Hyssop)

From summer to fall, 'Nectar Rose' hyssop produces slender, leafy spikes of rosy lavender flowers above its fine, aromatic leaves. European in origin, this low, bushy, semi-evergreen subshrub is commonly grown as a perennial for herb gardens and borders.

True hyssop has very small, fine, medium green leaves. From midsummer to early autumn, it produces a modest display of leafy, upright stems lined with small, funnel-shaped blossoms with two lips. The flowers irresistible to bees and may even...

Image of Hyssopus officinalis

Kieft-Pro-Seeds

(Common Hyssop)

From summer to fall, 'Nectar White' hyssop produces slender, leafy spikes of clear white flowers above its fine, aromatic leaves. European in origin, this low, bushy, semi-evergreen subshrub is commonly grown as a perennial for herb gardens and borders.

True hyssop has very small, fine, medium green leaves. From midsummer to early autumn, it produces a modest display of leafy, upright stems lined with small, funnel-shaped blossoms with two lips. The flowers irresistible to bees and may even...