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Delicious basils, delightfully-scented lavenders, exotic and flavorful spices… heirloom herbs are uniquely flavorful and aromatic additions to any garden. These varieties, with their enlivening scents and flavors, have passed through kitchens and tea rooms for generations. Many have traditional medicinal applications. And they’re easy to grow… try raising them indoors!

All the garden seed offered by Planet Natural is non-treated, non-GMO and NOT purchased from Monsanto-owned Seminis. Planting instructions are included with each packet.

Heirloom Seed Packs are Shipped FREE!

  • Basil, Genovese

    Basil, Genovese (Organic)

    A best seller! Genovese Basil grows large and is prized for its spicy flavor.

  • Cilantro

    Cilantro (Organic)

    Also referred to as Chinese Parsley, fresh cilantro is a staple in Mexican cuisine.

  • Anise 1


    Easy to grow and similar to dill in habit. Leaves and seeds taste like licorice!

  • Basil, Cinnamon 1

    Basil, Cinnamon

    Attractive plants have purple-red stalks, pink flowers and dark green leaves.

  • Emily Basil

    Basil, Emily

    A compact version of the popular Genovese type. Excellent flavor!

  • Lemon Basil

    Basil, Lemon

    Compact plants grow well in containers and have a refreshing lemon flavor.

  • Basil, Lime

    Basil, Lime

    A unique lime basil from Thailand. A popular variety for fresh market!

  • Basil, Purple Dark Opal

    Basil, Purple Dark Opal (Organic)

    Beautiful lilac flowers and dark red stems are spectacular in salads.

  • Basil, Siam Queen Thai

    Basil, Siam Queen Thai

    A must have for Thai dishes! Siam Queen is strongly scented with showy flowers.

  • Basil, Thai 1

    Basil, Thai

    Attractive Thai basil plants are 12 to 18″ tall with medium-green leaves.

  • Borage Flower


    Often used to add color to salads, summer drinks, dips and desserts.

  • Caraway Herb Seed


    Prized for flavoring many dishes, from deserts to soup, Caraway is also medicinal.

  • Catnip Seeds

    Catnip (Organic)

    Catnip has a euphoric effect for cats and is a mild sedative for humans.

  • German Chamomile

    Chamomile, German (Organic)

    Bushy plants spread up to 3-feet when mature and are drought tolerant.

  • Chervil


    Small white flowers atop 15 to 20 inch stems. Also known as French parsley.

  • Chives

    Chives (Baker Creek)

    Bright green leaves and attractive flowers make chives a cool-season favorite.

  • Organic Chives

    Chives (Organic)

    A tasty ornamental for fresh eating or cooking, excess chives freeze well.

  • Cilantro Herb

    Cilantro (Baker Creek)

    Popular in Mexican cuisine, Cilantro is a must for fresh salsa and chili recipes.

  • Cumin Seeds


    Native to Egypt. Low-growing cumin plants seldom exceed 6 inches in height.

  • Cumin Seeds

    Cumin (Baker Creek)

    Popular in Middle Eastern dishes and one of the main ingredients in curry powder.

  • Dill Herb, Bouquet

    Dill, Bouquet

    Perfect in pickles and used to flavor many foods, including salmon, soups and omelets.

  • Dill, Bouquet

    Dill, Bouquet (Organic)

    The most widely grown dill. Early maturing plants have an intoxicating aroma.

  • Fennel (Baker Creek) 1

    Fennel (Baker Creek)

    Flavorful and aromatic, fennel grows 3 feet tall and is often used in Italian cooking.

  • Fennel, Florence

    Fennel, Florence (Organic)

    Celery-like stalks have a mild licorice flavor and require a steady supply of water.

  • Hyssop 1


    Plants grow up to 2 ft. tall and attract bees, butterflies and hummingbirds.

  • Lavender, English 1


    English lavender is valued for the aromatic fragrance and essential oils it produces.

  • Lemon Balm

    Lemon Balm

    Lemon Balm is often used for making teas and is said to have a calming effect.

  • Lemon Mint 1

    Lemon Mint

    Also known as bee balm, Lemon Mint was used as a tea by Native Americans.

  • Lemongrass


    Ornamental grass-like stalks grow to 4-feet tall and look nice in borders.

  • Lovage Herb

    Lovage (Baker Creek)

    Adds a crisp, spicy flavor to soups, stews and salads and is sometimes used in teas.

  • Lovage

    Lovage (Organic)

    Popular during the Middle Ages when lovage was grown in most kitchen gardens.

  • Oregano, Greek

    Oregano, Greek (Organic)

    Delicious, pungent flavor, claimed to be better and sharper than true oregano.

  • Parsley, Giant of Italy

    Parsley (Baker Creek)

    A very large Italian strain with great flavor that’s perfect in a multitude of recipes.

  • Parsley, Giant from Italy

    Parsley, Giant from Italy (Organic)

    Prized by Italian cooks for its strong flavor and large dark-green, flat leaves.

  • Parsley, Triple Curled

    Parsley, Triple Curled (Organic)

    Closely curled bright green leaves are high in vitamins and minerals. A favorite!

  • Rosemary 1


    Attractive grey-green leaves are used extensively to season meats and vegetables.

  • Sage, Green Culinary (Organic) 1

    Sage, Green Culinary (Organic)

    Try laying fresh sprigs of sage on the grill and flavoring meat with its smoke.

  • Perilla Purple Zi Su (Shiso)


    A beautiful plant with dark red, flavorful leaves. Very popular in Asian cuisine.

  • Spearmint Herb


    Compact plants are known for their refreshing flavor and aromatic leaves.

  • St

    St. John’s Wort

    A highly esteemed medicinal plant used since ancient times for depression.

  • Stevia 1


    Extracts are 200-300 times sweeter than sugar and very low in calories.

  • Sweet Mace 1

    Sweet Mace

    Compact plants have beautiful glossy leaves with small orange flowers.

  • Sweet Marjoram (Organic) 1

    Sweet Marjoram (Organic)

    Attractive gray-green leaves are sweet, fragrant and chock-full of flavor.

  • Thyme Herb

    Thyme (Baker Creek)

    A very aromatic french thyme that is especially good with many dishes.

  • Organic Thyme

    Thyme (Organic)

    In ancient times, this aromatic plant was believed to attract fairies.

  • Wormwood 1


    Attractive plants with fine grey-green foliage and numerous yellow flowers.

  • Dig Deeper (Articles)