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65 days. A large-leafed Genovese type with excellent branching and huge yields of big, glossy, bright green leaves. Packed with flavorful oils and very well-branched, it is ideal for fresh or dried seasoning. 18 to 24 inches high, 12 to 15 inches wide in the garden.
85 days. Vigorously growing 12 to 18 inches high in no time, this perennial is a fine pest repellent in the garden as well as a delicious addition to soups, salads, and more. Snip the flowers before they set seed (they are delicious as well!), or let this flavorful Allium take over an area of the sunny garden. Zones 3-10.
55 days to leaf; 90 to seed. Feathery, ferny foliage of deep green is packed with flavor and fragrance! Harvest the leaves for fresh or dried dill weed, letting enough remain so that the plant bears delectable dill seeds, as well! 12 to 15 inches high and wide, this annual herb is a fine natural pest repellent in the garden as well.
90 days. A fine winter-hardy German thyme just 8 to 12 inches high and wide, this perennial is ideal in containers as well as the garden. Very densely branched, it offers small, flavor-packed leaves of gray-green that help repel cabbage worms from your Brassica crops and grow best in partial shade. Zones 5-9.
50 days. Compact but very well-branched, this flat-leafed variety offers strong flavor and quick maturity. Expect it to reach 12 to 15 inches high and wide, suitable for leaf-by-leaf or whole-plant harvest in less than 2 months!