Medicinal Herb Seed List
Lavandula angustifolia - Lavender - Common English
Mentha pipareta - Peppermint
Agastache urticifolia (Horse Nettle). Flowering aromatic perennial herb native to western North America from British Columbia to California to Colorado. The leaves were used medicinally by Native Americans.
Aloe arborescens. Sunset: 8-9,13-24; USDA: 9-11. Light shade in hot gardens. Moderate water summer. Heat tolerant. Hardy to 25° F. Clustering rosettes becoming a large shrub, up to 16' tall. Dormant during winter. Orange / Red flowers. Origin: Coastal southern Africa.
Anthemis nobilis (Roman Chamomile). Used as an herb and garden flower.
Echinacea angustifolia (Black Samson). Purple coneflower.
Echinacea pallida (Coneflower) Pale Purple / Lavender flowers.
Used as a Wildflower and Herb.
106,000 seeds per pound
Echinacea purpurea (Purple Coneflower). Used in Wildflower and Herb gardens. 117,000 seeds per pound.
Matricaria recutita (Chamomile - German). 200,000 seeds per oz.
Monarda fistulosa (Bergamot). Lavender. Perennial. Mid Season Bloom. Height 36 - 38". Sun. 1,500,000 seeds per pound. Origin: North America. Zones: 3-9. Recommended Coverage 1 oz. Up to 2,500 Sq. Ft 4 oz. Up to 10,000 Sq. Ft. 1 Pound Up to 1 Acre 5 Pounds Up to 5 Acres. Used as an Wildflower and Herb.
Phacelia grandiflora. A native to the coastal hills and southern Transverse Ranges of southern California and Baja California, where it grows in coastal sage scrub, chaparral, and other local habitat, including areas recently cleared by wildfire.
Sida cordifolia. “Bala” used in traditional medicine.
Common name: Italian DandelionScientific name: Taraxacum officinaleUse: Cultivated dandelion form large clumps of long, dark green, brittle leaves. Young leaves are used in salads, or cooked like collards. Young plants sweetened by cold weather are best. Sometimes used as a medical herbWhen to sow outside: Plant early for late spring harvest.Days to Maturity: 85-95 daysExposure: Full sun.Water: Regular