Small, succulent, sweet strawberries. Also known as Fraises des Bois. Prefer partial shade and work as a ground cover.
Small white daisy flowers. Used for making tea. Good container plant and pollinator.
Thin stalks with purple flowers. Great flavor for cooking and garnishing. Purple flowers.
Pungent herb popular in Mexican and Asian cuisine. Seeds are known as coriander.
Aromatic mint with subtle citrus flavor. Can be used for cooking or iced tea. Aromatic plants with purple flowers are great pollinators.
Versatile plant with feathery foliage and delicate yellow flowers. Used in cooking and pickling, as well as cut flowers.
Classically used in Italian and Mexican cooking, both fresh and dried. Pretty white flowers attract pollinators.
Italian flat-leaf varietal.
Aromatic mint with fresh, clean scent.
Classic culinary herb with pungent needle-like leaves.
Traditional herb for fall and winter cooking. Pretty soft green leaves and purple flowers that attract pollinators.
Culinary herb widely used in Asian cuisine. Mild minty, basil-like flavor.
Classic aromatic mint.
Aromatic herb with subtle licorice flavor. Commonly used in French cooking, both fresh and dried.
Flavorful herb classically used in Mediterranean cuisine.
Small green romaine lettuce.
Dark red curly lettuce.
Red lettuce with oak shaped leaf.
Bright green curly lettuce.
Flavorful, serrated leaf green.
Blue-green with tender savoyed leaves. Used for salads and soups. Can harvest at various stages depending on use.
Multi-colored swiss chard.
Broad, frilly, purple-leaf kale. Can be cooked or eaten raw.
Hearty, drought-resistant plant, with arching stems and unique purple flowers.
Distinctive grey toothed leaves and multi-hued purple flowers. Also known as Grey French Lavender. Excellent pollinator.
Soft thick leaves and slender violet-blue flowers. Excellent pollinator.
Silvery foliage with lavender-purple flowers. Fragrant. Excellent pollinator.