This explains the difference between the wave, easy wave, shock wave and tidal
Wave: The original spreading petunia grows low & wide. Height: 4-6 inches,
Spread: 3-4 feet
Shock Wave: Well branched, mounded plant with 1.5 to 2-inch flowers. Height:
Spread: 2.5 - 3 feet. Note: Shockwave has smaller flowers than the rest of the
Easy Wave: Grows more mounded with a more controlled spreading habit
Height 6-12 inches, Spread: 2.5 - 3 feet
Tidal Wave: Grows hedge-like so it's tall & full. Tidal wave has a growth habit
based on how the plants
are spaced in the garden. The closer the spacing, the taller the plants.
Height 16-22" inches, Spread 4 feet
WHERE YOU CAN PLANT WAVE PETUNIAS?
Beds, Containers, Groundcover, Hanging baskets
When used in beds or as groundcover, WAVE petunias will spread out as they
grow to cover a large area.
When you choose WAVE petunias for your containers or hanging baskets, you'll be
delighted at their trailing habit. Blooms will cascade over the container and fill out at
the base of the plant as well.
1. Wave petunias like at least 6 hours of sun per day.
2. All day sun is ideal for in-ground gardens, late afternoon shade for containers.
3. Water to keep plants from drying out, early morning is best to prevent disease.
4. Feed every 2 weeks with liquid fertilizer, or use the slow release type at time of
5. You don't need to deadhead the blooms.
Tomatoes are either determinate or indeterminate. Determinate
plants grow to a certain point and stop. They’re great for short
growing seasons and small spaces. Indeterminate plants
continue to grow until frost kills them. They need lots of space
and produce continuously.
Tomatoes we sell: (updated for 2018)
Beefmaster: 80 days. Plant produces enormous yields of large meaty 2 lb beefsteak tomatoes. Tomatoes
turn deep red when mature. Excellent for salads or sandwiches. Suitable for home gardens and market
growers. Indeterminate. Disease Resistant.
Beefsteak: 80 days. Plant produces good yields of extremely large 2 lb juicy tomatoes. The tomato turns red
when mature, is solid, and meaty. Excellent slicer, perfect for salads and sandwiches. Indeterminate
Better Boy: 72 Days. Popular all around hybrid, featuring high yields of smooth textured fruit with excellent
flavor. Consistently produces good yields of smooth, large, flavorful tomatoes that weigh about 1/2 to 1
pound each. The Better Boy tomatoes are deep red and meaty and have dense foliage cover so fruits are
less likely to get sun scald. Excellent disease resistance.
Better Bush: 68 Days. Bush type plant produces good yields of flavorful 4" red tomatoes. Tomatoes are very
sweet and meaty and have the "real tomato taste". This variety has a strong central stem capable of
supporting 48" height with very little need for staking. One of the finest bush varieties on the market.
Big Beef: 1994 ALL-AMERICA SELECTIONS AWARD. One of the finest ever hybrids yet for home gardeners.
Impressive yields of extra-large, 10 to 12 oz. smooth tomatoes with real old-time flavor. Its virtues include
great disease resistance, early harvests and fruit that stays enormous even at the end of a long season.
Indeterminate. 73 days.
Brandywine Red: One of the most popular heirloom tomatoes, it dates to the 1880’s. Potato leaved plants
produce sweet, mild flavored, beefsteak shape fruits that are pinkish-red in color and average 1 lb.
Indeterminate, matures in 80 days.
Big Boy: 78 Days. A very vigerous plant with heavy foliage that produces large fruit. Is a long time best
seller with firm, smooth, red fruit, great flavor, and excellent quality. Burpee Big Boy was introduced 1949.
It's incredible productivity and gorgeous, perfect, large scarlet fruit made it an instant hit. What's kept it
selling for all these years is its wonderful aroma and rich flavor. Fruits average 10 ounces with many reaching
1 pound or more. The healthy, indeterminate vines produce all summer long.
Black Krim: 80 days. Dark red-purple fruit, rich sweet flavor. One of the best. It always places high
in tomato taste trials. It's very juicy. An heirloom from Russia with very unique looking, large fruit.
Fruits weigh 8 ounces.
Burpee Steakhouse: Meet the biggest tomato ever bred. And it’s not just bigger but better. Tipping
the scales at up to three lbs. plus, broad-shouldered tomato and loaded with true heirloom tomato flavor and
head-spinning fragrance. Plants produce gorgeous, humongous fruits 75-80 days. Indeterminate.
ChampionII: 70 Days Especially bred as a luscious sandwich tomato...solid, meaty slices with just the right
sweetness. High yields of large fruit, bigger than Early Girl and earlier than Better Boy. 10 ounce fruit.
Outstanding performer. Indeterminate.
Celebrity: 70 days. All-America Winner. All-purpose variety with superb flavor, disease resistance and heavy
yield on determinate plants. Crack-resistant fruits average 7 oz.
Cherokee Purple: 80 days. Sorry Not available for 2015. Plant produces high yields of 6 to 12 oz purplish
pink tomatoes. Tomatoes have a sweet rich flavor and turn deep pink with purplish tint and green shoulders.
Grown over 100 years ago by the Cherokee Indians. A heirloom variety from Tennessee, USA.
Early Girl: 59 days. Bears heavy crops extremely early, continues longer than most varieties. Large clusters
of 5 oz. fruits. Globe to slightly flattened shape. Bright red and meaty with a lot of flavor and aroma.
Fourth of July: The first tomato to ripen by Independence Day. Celebrate the Fourth of July with a
plentiful harvest of vine-ripened red, luscious tomatoes. The indeterminate plants produce plentiful 4 oz.
tomatoes all season long.
German Johnson: An old-time favorite heirloom from North Carolina and Virginia features tall plants and a
fairly early harvest of large, slightly ribbed pink-red tomatoes averaging 1 lb. They are meaty with few seeds
and really excellent flavor, perfect for adding delicious taste to a sandwich or salad. This one has stood the
test of time for a number of reasons, but number one is its truly superior flavor. Indeterminate. 80 days.
Golden Jubilee: All-America Selections Winner! 72 days. Lycopersicon esculentum. Plant produces high yields
of golden-yellow tomatoes. Excellent for making tomato juice and canning. Also good in salads and cooking.
A low acidity variety. Indeterminate.
Ground Cherry: 70 Days. A smaller, sweeter relative of the tomatillo. Ground cherry can be eaten raw or
used in pies and other desserts, sauces and preserves. Fruit is ripe when paper husk can be removed easily
to reveal 3/4 inch yellow cherry like fruit.
Health Kick Hybrid: 75 days from setting out transplants. Health Kick Hybrid is a breakthrough in tomato
breeding. Not only does it have much more Lycopene -- a cancer-fighting anti-oxidant -- than any other
tomato, it is resistant to spotted wilt virus, Best of all, these little 4-ounce tomatoes are delicious! Expect
high yields from very vigorous, determinate plants 4 1/2 feet tall and about 2 to 3 feet wide. These little plum
tomatoes are smooth, grape-shaped, and wonderfully sweet, with a great gel-to-solids ratio and an
Juliet: 60 Days. Grape tomato. Plant produces high yields of glossy red grape shaped tomatoes. Tomatoes
are very sweet and perfect for salads and gourmet dishes. Grows in clusters like grapes too. Holds on the
vine longer than any other cherry tomato. Crack Resistant. Indeterminate.
Lemon Boy: 72 days. Plant produces good yields of large 8 oz bright lemon yellow tomatoes. Tomatoes are
very flavorful. Excellent for salads and gourmet dishes. Indeterminate. Disease Resistant
Moby Grape: A large grape tomato type offers a sweet, intense taste. Oblong fruits measure 2 x 1 ½” and
are about 1 oz. Determinate, matures in 70 days.
Mortgage Lifter: 70 days. Plant produces good yields of 1 to 2 lb beefsteak tomatoes. Tomatoes have a
sweet rich flavor and turn deep pink when mature. This variety was developed in the 1930's by Mr. Byles of
Logan, WV to help pay off his home mortgage. He was able to pay off his mortgage in 6 years by selling the
tomato plants. He crossed a German Johnson, Beefsteak, and Italian & English varieties to come up with this
unique variety. Excellent for slicing and salads. A family heirloom variety from West Virginia, USA.
Indeterminate. Disease Resistant
Patio: 70 Days. Plant produces large yields of 2" red tomatoes. Excellent for small gardens or containers.
Great for school projects. Kids love them. Disease Resistant. Determinate.
Primo Red: 65 days. 8.5 oz/ smooth extra large, VERY firm. red fruited - second early deep globe.
Provides an excellent vine ripe tomato. Compact bushy plants can be used for row crops, short stake crops
or high tunnel production. Excellent disease package includes VFF, TMV and some TSWV tolerance. Nice
Red Large Cherry: 75 Days. Plant produces high yields of large 1 ¼" diameter red cherry tomatoes.
Excellent for salads and snacks. Tomatoes grow in clusters. Very productive. Indeterminate.
Roma: 75 Days. Plant produces heavy yields of 3" long red plum shaped tomatoes. Tomatoes are flavorful
and have very few seeds. One of the most popular varieties for paste, sauce, ketchup, and canning.
Determinate. Disease Resistant:
San Marzano: 80 Days. Plant produces good yields of 3 ½" bright red tomatoes. Very meaty. Excellent for
making paste, sauce, puree, and canning. Crack Resistant. A roma tomato. Indeterminate.
Supersweet 100: 70 Days. Plant produces high yields of 1" red cherry tomatoes all season long. These bite
size cherry tomatoes are super sweet and are extra high in Vitamin C. Plant produces hundreds of cherry
tomatoes in clusters like grapes. Excellent for salads or snacks. Suitable for home garden or market growers.
Indeterminate. Disease Resistant: VF
Sunsugar: 62 days. The ultimate cherry tomato, very sweet, yet capturing tangy true tomato flavor. The
deep golden-yellow 1/2 ounce fruits are very crack resistant which is quite remarkable considering their very
thin skin. Vigorous, indeterminate plants set fruit early and in huge quantities.
Tomatillo: The tomatillo is a member of the tomato family, but not a real tomato. Round green tomatillos
have a papery husk that is removed before preparing. Vining plants are easily grown and prolific. Flavor is
sweet yet tart and wonderful in green Mexican salsa and other Mexican and Southwestern dishes. 75 days.
Tumbling Tom Red: 65 Days. Tumbling Tom Red is a specialty tomato variety that was bred to be grown and
marketed in hanging baskets or pots. The cascading branches produce great yields of 1-2 in. slightly
oval-shaped fruit. The branches will reach up to 20 in. in length and continue to produce fruit throughout the
summer. One plant will fill a 12-15 in. basket or pot.
Viva Italia: 75 days. A hybrid Italian paste-type 3 ounce tomato that is a beautiful, deep red elongated
oval with very solid flesh and a higher natural sugar content. This sugar coupled with ample acid make these
tomatoes tastier for fresh eating, as well as for canning, freezing, and turning into sauce or salsa. Resistant
to bacterial speck, and sets fruit better in hot weather than the original Roma. A modern hybrid that has
become a classic Italian-type tomato. Determinate.
Yellow Pear: 70 Days. Plant produces high yields of small 1 oz pear shaped tomatoes. Tomatoes grow in
cluster of 6 to 9 and turn yellow when mature. Serve along side the red pear tomato to make a very
attractive dish. A heirloom variety from the USA. Indeterminate.
Peppers we sell: (updated for 2018)
Anaheim Chili: 80 days. Mildly hot, pungent green peppers outstanding when stuffed or added to chili or
salsa. They become hotter when red ripe or during hot weather.
Big Bertha: 72 Days. Sweet. Giant Yields, Giant Fruit--Big Bertha is the Grand Dame of Sweet Bells! Glossy
green fruits reach 7 inches long, with thick walls and a firm shape! A Park High-Performer for exceptional
California Wonder: 75 days. The plants are upright, strong, and produce four or five fruits that are mostly
four-lobed, blocky, and 4 by 4½ inches with thick flesh that is mild and sweet.
Caroliner Reaper: 120 days. Believed to be the hottest pepper in the world, the Carolina reaper is a serious
scorcher! For those extreme pepper eaters, Carolina reaper is a must-- for those less adventurous, they
make a great conversation piece in the garden. These devious little peppers are fiery red with a little scythe
shaped tail at the base of each fruit, hence the name reaper. The heat rating on these monsters is
1,569,300 Scovilles, in comparison the spicy habanero is a mere 100,000 scovilles!
Cayenne, Long Red: 70 days. HOT but delightfully pungent in flavor! For pickling, canning or drying. Six inch
long, one-half inch thin, green fruits that turn red when mature. Named for the South American river that
gives Guyana its name.
Chocolate Beauty: Medium-large, smooth 3 and 4 lobed fruits. Matures green to a chocolate color. 67 days
to marketable green fruits and 85-88 days to mature chocolate fruits. Tobacco mosaic resistant.
Cubanelle Sweet Fryer: 70 days. An early and productive thin-walled fryer. Peppers are yellow-green
turning to red-orange and measure 5” x 2”. Sweet and smooth. Cubanelle sweet peppers are a favorite home
garden vegetable. Cubanelle can also be used raw on relish platters, in salads, or stuffed.
Golden California Wonder: 70 days. Sweet. Same as California Wonder but the peppers are a bright gold,
changing to orange-red when mature.
Golden Summer: Early maturing, widely adaptable and productive sweet green to yellow blocky bell pepper.
Excellent taste with thick crisp walls and good weight. 70 days
Ghost Pepper: 100-120 days Bhut Jolokia also known as Ghost Pepper is the world's hottest pepper. starts
out slow but eventually makes tall plants, exceeding 4 ft in favored locations. The thin-walled, wrinkled,
pointed fruits reach 2-3" in length, ripening mostly to red.
Habanero: 85 days. Very Hot. Light green, thin crinkled flesh ripens to orange-red. Fruits are 1½ inches long
by one inch across and about two hundred times hotter than Jalapeno! A little slower to germinate.
Hungarian Sweet (Sweet Banana): 68 days. The tapering six inch by 1½ inch long fruit is light yellow,
maturing to golden to orange to red. Good for pickling.
Hungarian Yellow Wax (Hot Banana): 65 days. The five inch long, tapered, firm, yellow, waxy fruit
develop on dwarf, bushy fourteen to sixteen inch tall plants.
Jalapeno Tam mild: 67 Days. The flavor of a regular jalapeno without as much bite. Fruits are tapered with
a blunt end, 2½ inches long. Plants are not as large as standard jalapeno. If you like the flavor of the
Jalapeno without the heat, then this variety is perfect for you.
Jalapeño: 72 days. The fruits are dark green, tapered, three inches by one inch, turning red when mature.
Good for pickling or used fresh in salsas. They have thick walls so do not dry well. Jalapeño peppers can
range from 2,500 to 10,000 Scoville units in heat.
Jalapeño Gigante: 80 days, The largest jalapeño, these peppers measure as much as 5 in. long! Grows
easily in patio containers. One of the largest jalapeños, these peppers measure as long as 5 in. long!
Jalapeño Gigante produces jumbo delicious peppers that are perfect for salsa or stuffing as poppers. Easy to
grow in any sunny garden or large patio pot, these peppers can be harvested throughout the Summer when
they’re green or red.
Keystone Giant: 72-75 Days Large sweet fruits, 4-1/2" x 3-1/2", are 4-lobed and thick-walled - perfect for
stuffing! Plants bear heavily, even when under stress. Tobacco Mosaic tolerant.
North Star: 66 days. Hybrid. Plant produces good yields of 4" long by 3 ½" wide sweet bell peppers. Peppers
turn from green to bright red when mature. Suitable for short season gardens in North. Plant does well under
adverse weather conditions.
Orange Sun: 80 days. Plant produces good yields of 5" long orange sweet bell peppers. Pepper has thick
walls and is excellent for salads, stir fry, and gourmet dishes.
Pimento Perfection: 73 days. A standard sweet variety for home and market. Heart shaped, smooth fruit
3½ inches by 2½ inches.
Poblano: 65 days. Called Ancho when dried, Poblano when fresh. This is one of the most popular peppers
grown in Mexico. Plants grow to 2½ ft. tall. Fully ripened, red fruits are much hotter and flavorful than the
earlier picked green ones.
Purple Beauty: 70 days. Sweet. A truly purple pepper. The four inch by 3½ inch blocky fruits have thick
flesh. The plant is highly productive. An interesting novelty to add color to your salads and cooking.
Red Beauty: 68 Days. The Red Beauty Hybrid produces beautiful 4-in. fruits. Grows almost anywhere.
Reddens quickly to a rich shade of scarlet.
Red Chili Serrano: 83 Days. 2 ½ inches long and ½ inch wide, hot peppers.
Scorpion Trinidad Pepper: 90 days The hottest pepper on the planet! Wrinkled, lantern-shaped fruits ripen
to a searing red-orange. Trinidad Scorpion averaged at 1.2 million Scovilles.
Sweet Cherry: 75 days. Smooth skin and thick-meated. The flesh is sweet and shaped like cherries but of
good sized. Nice for salads, canning, or pickling. Can be used in the green stage or in the red, ripe stage.
Cabbages we sell: (Updated for 2018)
Danish Ballhead: 110 days. Plant produces large 10 lb round cabbage. Excellent all purpose cabbage.
Excellent fresh for delicious salads or kraut. An excellent keeper.
Early Flat Dutch: 65 days. Brassica oleracea. Plant produces very flavorful green cabbage. Suitable for home
gardens and market producers.
Late Flat Dutch: 100 days. Plant produces heavy crops of huge 15 lbs heads of cabbage. One of the best
winter keepers. Suitable for home gardens and market growers.
Red Acre: 75 days. Brassica oleracea. Early variety produces a beautiful deep red-purple round heads of 4 lb
size cabbage. Very flavorful. Resistant to yellowing and splitting. Uniform color, stands well and is the best
red for storage.
Megaton: 90 days. Plant produces heavy crops of huge 16-30 lb heads of cabbage. The cabbage is firm and
holds up well in garden for long time. Excellent for coleslaw, kraut, and other cabbage recipes. Grow these
giant cabbage for County Fairs or to impress your neighbors. Suitable for home gardens and market growers.
Stonehead: 55 days. Very early variety produces very flavorful green cabbage. Great for close crop
planting. Holds well in field. Suitable for home gardens and market producers.
Eggplants we sell:
Black Beauty: 73 days. Plant produces good yields of tasty tender large 3 lb. purplish-black eggplants.
Ichiban: 61 days. Plant produces heavy yields of high quality 9" long by 1 ½" wide dark purple eggplants. It
is so dark purple that the eggplants are almost black in color. Very flavorful and tender. Excellent for Oriental
dishes. Also great for grilling and roasting. Performs well even at cooler temperatures. Excellent for home
gardens and market growers.
Brussel Sprouts: 80 days. Plant produces heavy yields of solid 1 ½" brussels sprouts. One of the best types
of brussels sprouts to grow.
Celery: 85 days. Plant grows good quality celery. Stalks are thick and heavy, but no strings. One of the best
varieties around. Disease Resistant.
Early White Vienna, Kohlrabi: 55 days. Plant produces tender white round bulbs. Excellent raw or cook.
Best to harvest when bulbs are 4" across.
Great Lakes Head Lettuce: 82 Days. This excellent heading lettuce produces a large, firm, crisp head with
excellent flavor. Perfect for salads. Early starting is advised to avoid bolting to seed in hot weather.
Okra Clemson Spineless: The vigorous, 4-ft. high plants produce an abundance of dark green,
grooved pods without spines. Best picked when 2.5 to 3" long. 56 days
Pacman Broccoli: 50 days. Plant produces good yields of very flavorful broccoli. Widely adapted to different
climates and soils, and you can grow it all season. A favorite grown by home gardeners.
Snow Crown Cauliflower: 68 days. Plant produces heavy yields of flavorful 8" heads of white cauliflower.
Terrific quality and very flavorful. Excellent fresh or cooked. Top choice of cauliflower growers.
Herbs we sell: (updated for 2018)
Anise: Annual. An attractive, fine-textured herb grown for its licorice-scented leaves and delicately flavored
seeds. Feathery leaves on plants 2’-3’ high. Grown for its seed, used in flavoring soups and cakes. The oil
extracted from the seed masks bitter flavors in medicines and herbal remedies. Full sun.
Basil Cinnamon: has a strong cinnamon scent. Pick the leaves and use fresh or dried in tomato dishes,
pasta sauces, vegetables and soups. You can also use basil in the garden as a companion plant to repel
aphids, mites, and tomato hornworms.
Basil Lemon: Annual. Popular and easy-to-grow annual that develops into as attractive, upright plant with
branching habit and uniform shape. Noted for its stong lemon scent and increased leaf production.
Basil Purple Ruffles: Annual. (12”-14”) Leaves are very aromatic and can be used fresh or dried in a wide
variety of ethnic recipes.
Basil Sweet Italian Large Leaf: Annual. (18-24”) Warm weather annual develops into an attractive, bushy
plant. Grow in containers or flower borders. Used in pesto, tomato dishes, soups, fish and poultry dishes,
fresh or as quick-frozen leaves. Full or partial sun.
Borage: 50-80 days Young leaves for salads and lemonade. With it's blue, star-shaped flowers,
borage makes a lovely ornamental. Its young leaves have a refreshing, mild cucumber-like fragrance
and traditionally been used in salads and lemonade. The flowers can be candied.
Caraway: Biennial (18”-24”) Aromatic, finely divided, carrot-top-like leaves and licorice-flavored seeds. Use
leaves the first year in baked goods, cheeses, soups and salads. Use seeds the second year to flavor meats
and breads. Likes full sun.
Catnip: Perennial (18") Favorite of cats. Green leaves are good for tea. Zones 3-9. Perennial. Full or partial
Chamomile German: Chamomile is one of the most widely used flowers for herbal tea. It is used as a mild
sedative, and is good for insomnia as well as many other nervous conditions. It is nervine and sedative
especially suited to teething children and those who have been in a highly emotional state over a long period
of time. Except for the small risk of allergy, Chamomile is also one of the safest herbs to use.
Chives Onion: Perennial. (6”-18”) Onion flavored stems are used chopped in soups or with sour cream on
baked potatoes, either fresh or dried.
Chives Garlic: Perennial. (12”-18”) Also known as Oriental Leek. Flat leaves have strong garlic flavor.
Coriander/Cilantro: Annual. (18”-24”) Also called Chinese Parsley. Oval, sawtoothed leaves on main branch
and fernlike on side ones with clusters of light pink flowers. Seeds can be used to make curry powder. Use in
and Oriental dishes, tomato and pickle recipes. Full sun.
Fennel: Annual. (30”) Erect plant with deep-green, feathery leaves, small yellow flowers and a carrot-like
root which can be steamed or served fresh in salads, sauces, fish and egg dishes. Anise-flavored seeds are
used in flavoring sauces and sausages. Full sun.
Lavender: Potpourris; herb pillows; crafts, vinegars, jellies.
Lemon Grass: An essential herb for Asian cuisine, the leaves and stems of lemongrass can be
used fresh or dried to impart a distinct lemon flavor. Lemongrass also makes a wonderful ingredient
for hot teas, and is attractive enough to grow simply as an ornamental in patio pots or in the sunny
garden. 3-5 feet tall. Annual.
Marjoram Sweet: Annual. (12”-18”) A widely grown herb with semi-woody stems, small, gray-green, oval
leaves and small white or purple flower spikes. Culinary uses include meats, eggs, lamb, salads, soups and
dressings. Grow indoors or out in full sun. Pick leaves before flowers appear.
Oregano Italian: Perennial. (6”-24”) Shrub-like appearance, dark-green, oval 2” leaves and pale pink-purple
flowers. Used fresh or dried in many Italian and Mexican dishes. Tolerates poor soil. Full sun.
Peppermint: Perennial. (24”-36”) Very fragrant leaves are used to flavor tea, candy, liquors and medicines.
Full or partial sun.
Parsley Triple Curled: Garnish; flavoring for salads, stews, soups, sauces, and salad dressings.
Parsley Italian: Garnish; flavoring for salads, stews, soups, sauces, and salad dressings.
Rosemary: (24”-36”) Evergreen, shrub-like plant has gray-green, needle-like leaves and pale-blue flowers.
Widely used to season meat, poultry, vinegars and to make sachets. Bring indoors in Winter for a nice house
plant. Full sun.
Russian Tarragon: Perennial. (24”-36”) Spreading plant with slightly aromatic but distinctly flavored
pale-green leaves. Used to accent meats, chicken, fish and vinaigrettes. Full or part sun.
Sage: (18”-30”) Highly aromatic leaves are used to season meat and poultry stuffing. Sage and onion
stuffing is particularly good with pork.
Spearmint: Perennial. (18”-30”) Fast spreader with bright green, saw-toothed leaves and a strong, mint
flavor. Prefers moist, rich soil. Use fresh or dried in tea, sauces, jellies or as a garnish.
Stevia: Perennial. A herb used as a sweetener. Stevioside is 300 times sweeter than sugar but without the
calories. It can be used in place of sugar in drinks, baked goods, desserts, preserves, etc. Also plaque
retardant and tooth decay inhibitor. Plant Height: 24" tall. Sun to Partial Shade
Thyme English: Perennial. (12”-18”)Thyme is essential in French cooking, as well as in almost any American
dish, including casseroles, most vegetables, soups, stuffings, and sauces. The aromatic, warming flavor holds
up well during long cooking times. Full sun.
Winter Savory: (12") Winter savory is a tender perennial herb with narrow green leaves and tiny white
flowers. It has a stronger flavor than summer savory, which makes it useful for seasoning meats, beans and
stews. Winter savory also makes a fine ornamental plant. It is drought-tolerant and easy to grow in
well-drained soil. Prune the plants to keep them compact and bushy. Hardy in zones 5-8.
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