A popular and delightful herb Direct Gardening stocks is French Red Lavender. This plant has the same wonderful fragrance of old fashioned lavender, but in a dramatic new color combination! It blooms with bright red, rosy pink and deep purple flowers that top off its gray-green, fragrant, evergreen foliage. The fragrant petals can be used in potpourri. This lavender is a fast growing, shorter variety. It is an excellent choice for hot. dry locations. French Red Lavender blooms mid to late spring.
Grown inside or outdoors, herbs take such little space and give so much pleasure! For cooking and mouth-watering taste, nothing beats fresh herbs! Whether you grow them outdoors in a garden setting or indoors in a planter, you can continue harvesting them on an as-needed basis.
Try Direct Gardening’s money-saving herb collection if this is your first time growing herbs. Sample 18 different herbs and discover your favorites. Fresh herbs and those you dry are a healthy, less expensive, and potent alternative to the canned or bottled spices you can buy at a store!
Direct Gardening’s herb collection includes one seed packet each of all 18 herbs they offer. The collection includes: Anise; Balm; Sweet Basil; Siam Queen Thai Basil; Caraway; Chives; Coriander (Cilantro); True or English Lavender; Sweet Marjoram; Horehound; Parsley (Paramount); Peppermint; Dill; Summer Savory; Thyme; Oregano; Sage; and Leek American Flag.
What’s really neat is that these herbs can be grown either indoors or outdoors. Choosing this collection of herbs permits you to grow them, try them, and see which ones you really like. Then you can give them a permanent home in your garden.
What is Direct Gardening, you may ask? Well, nine of the largest producers and distributors of home gardening stock joined together to create DirectGardening.com an internet services company. Their joint internet web site is available to garden enthusiasts throughout the United States, Puerto Rico and Virgin Islands. The participating businesses include: House of Wesley; Royal Nurseries; Farmer Seed and Nursery; Kelly Nurseries; and Honeycreek Nurseries. Direct Gardening offers products currently marketed through catalogs to millions of households.