Edible plants

Edible plants

   
  1. Achillea Millefolium Rubra (Rosy Red Yarrow)
    Achillea Millefolium Rubra Seeds (Rosy Red Yarrow Seeds)

    Starting at: USD1.90

    Treat inflammations. Has an impact on the circulatory, digestive, excretory, and urinary systems. View Details

    Out of stock

  2. Ramsons Seeds
    Allium Ursinum Seeds (Ramsons Seeds, Wild Garlic Seeds)

    Starting at: USD1.90

    Edible leaves. The bulbs and flowers are also very tasty. View Details
  3. Althaea Officinalis (Marshmallow) - flower
    Althaea Officinalis Seeds (Marshmallow Seeds )

    Starting at: USD1.80

    Medicinal plant used as a soothing cream. Originally used for cooking marshmallow. View Details
  4. Artemisia Absinthium (Wormwood)
    Artemisia Absinthium Seeds (Wormwood Seeds)

    Starting at: USD1.80

    Anthelmintic, digestive, tonic. Used to make the absinthe liqueur. View Details
  5. Borago Officinalis (Borage)
    Borago Officinalis Seeds (Borage Seeds)

    Starting at: USD1.60

    Fast growing with edible flowers. Prefers well-drained soils and full sun. View Details
  6. Mustard Greens Seeds
    Brassica Juncea Seeds (Mustard Greens Seeds)

    Starting at: USD1.95

    Brown Mustard is a folk remedy for arthritis, foot ache, lumbago, and rheumatism. View Details
  7. Camellia Sinensis - Tea
    Camellia Sinensis Seeds - Tea Seeds

    Starting at: USD3.50

    Hot drink made from its leaves. Appreciated for its stimulant properties and health benefits. View Details

    Out of stock

  8. Caper Bush Seeds
    Caper Bush Seeds (Capparis spinosa)

    Starting at: USD1.80

    Best known for the edible flower buds (capers). View Details
  9. Chenopodium Album (Lambs Quarters)
    Chenopodium Album Seeds (Lambs Quarters Seeds)

    Starting at: USD1.90

    Produces tens of thousands of black seeds. These are high in protein, vitamin A, calcium, phosphorus, and potassium. View Details

    Out of stock

  10. Chia Seeds
    Chia Seeds (Salvia hispanica) *ORGANIC*

    Starting at: USD1.90

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