Non-GMO Heirloom Herb Seeds
Whether you are familiar with or new to growing herbs, an herb garden in its peak, is a truly stunning site. The colors and aroma pair together in a harmonious duet. A presence unmatched, herb gardens call us back to our ancient past as we imagine a healthier present.
Herbs have become so readily available that we’ve forgotten how essential they are to the human story. From our ancestors to ourselves, the properties of herbs have been used for a spectrum of reasons: to cleanse the air of bad spirits, provide relief from pain, aid us in our healing, and to enhance our experience of flavor and nourishment.
People need gardening more than ever right now, helping us to recall the gifts the environment brings. Using herbs informs us of who we are and where we come from. It connects us to nature and our roots. Growing an herb garden is empowering. It can benefit the Earth and lives everywhere.
A successful herb garden can, in large part, be credited to the preparedness of the gardener. Having an understanding of each herb’s individual traits in terms of growth, and its relationship with the characteristics of your climate, can determine the well-being of your plants.
As you’re just getting into gardening, there are many factors to consider. Depending upon your region’s grow zone and the variation of weather, we recommend you begin by starting indoors first, so you can better control environmental conditions and nurture the herbs for their specific needs.