Lettuce leaf basil’s large crinkled leaves sometimes grow to 4″ long and are wide enough to stuff like grape leaves. The tasty leaves have a pronounced clove-like fragrance, distinct from regular basil.
One of the first hybrid tomatoes to be developed for the home gardener, Big Boy has been a standard in American gardens for more than 50 years. One plant can produce over a bushel of large beefy fruits often weighing over a pound each. Excellent for slicing and fresh use.
The true English lavender, treasured for potpourris and aromatherapy. A sun-loving bushy plant featuring fragrant purple flower stems and silvery leaves, true lavender makes a delightful hedge or border for gardens and pathways. A favorite of bees and butterflies.