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65 days. A charming French variety often grown as an ornamental because of its neat 10-inch-round shape. Great in containers, it sets tiny leaves packed with rich flavor. Pkt is 100 seeds.
80 days. What self-respecting kitchen windowsill doesn't have a pot of chives? This onion is terrific as an ornamental too, setting fluffy lavender-pink blooms that look lovely and make excellent edible garnishes. Long-lived and a snap to grow in zones 3-9 (in other words, everywhere!) Snip the flowers if you don't want them to scatter seed! Pkt is 100 seeds.
30 days. Harvest both the leaves (cilantro) and the seeds (coriander) of this easy-to-grow spicy standout. The classic name, it is always reliable. Pkt is 100 seeds.
50 days. So beautiful in the garden, and you can and should let it go to flower so that you can harvest the seeds as well as the leaves. Pkt is 100 seeds.
90 days. Tiny grayish leaves are packed with flavor on this fragrant, long-lived perennial shrub. Very compact and covered in lavender blooms late in the season, it is as attractive as it is delicious! Zones 4-8. Pkt is 100 seeds.
85 days. Closely related to wild thyme, this highly aromatic variety is a must-have for the scent as much as the bold, rich flavor. A hardy perennial, it thrives in zones 5-10. Pkt is 100 seeds.
52 days. This triple-curled variety is quite generous with its yields, so you're never short of peppery, nutritious garnishes and seasonings! Pkt is 1,000 seeds.
52 days. This triple-curled variety is quite generous with its yields, so you're never short of peppery, nutritious garnishes and seasonings! Pkt is 1,000 seeds.

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