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Perennial herb

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chives bio

"Chives form a clump of filiform leaves with an onion-like flavor but milder. The fresh leaves are used in salads, omelettes, meat and oven baked potatoes. The flowers bring color and taste to summer dishes. Plant it in a vegetable garden in a light and fertile soil or in a container. Cut the leaves 5cm from ground, that way they will grow back easily; gives many crops per season. Zone 3. "

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chocolate mint bio

The mild mint is refreshing in lemonades, salads, desserts and pastries. It is part of many oriental cuisine. Harvest as needed, before blooming; the leaves harvested before blooming time have more flavor. Fresh or dried leaves can be used. In the border, the mint is cultivated in a fresh and well drained soil; in this case, the mint has to be planted with the pot otherwise it will be too invasive. Can also be cultivated in a large container.

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garlic chives bio

The strong taste of this herb is similar to garlic. Its flat and thin leaves and its white flowers are used raw in vinegars, salads, omelettes and meat dishes. Plant it in a vegetable garden in a light and fertile soil or in a container. Cut the leaves 5cm from ground, that way they will grow back easily; gives many crops per season. Can be frozen easily in small batches. Zone 4.

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green mint bio

The mild mint is refreshing in lemonades, salads, desserts and pastries. It is part of many oriental cuisine. Harvest as needed, before blooming; the leaves harvested before blooming time have more flavor. Fresh or dried leaves can be used. In the border, the mint is cultivated in a fresh and well drained soil; in this case, the mint has to be planted with the pot otherwise it will be too invasive. Can also be cultivated in a large container.

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green mint bio

The mild mint is refreshing in lemonades, salads, desserts and pastries. It is part of many oriental cuisine. Harvest as needed, before blooming; the leaves harvested before blooming time have more flavor. Fresh or dried leaves can be used. In the border, the mint is cultivated in a fresh and well drained soil; in this case, the mint has to be planted with the pot otherwise it will be too invasive. Can also be cultivated in a large container.

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herbe à chat certifié bio

"DESCRIPTION: this hardy perennial is a must-have for cat`s lovers. It produces spikes of white or lilac flowers and the whole plant delivers a quite strong smell. SOIL: well drained. USES: flower bed for cats or pot but must be planted in the ground for winter."

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lavander bio

The leaves and the flowers of the lavender are very popular for perfumes, soaps, scented bags and potpourris. Flowers are harvested before they opened. They are used fresh or dried. A lavender tea is relaxing and soothing; helps ease insomnia and reduces spasms. This herb can also flavored few desserts. Needs a dry and well drained soil and can be grown in a container on the balcony. Zone 5.

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lemon thyme bio

The lemony and spicy fragrance of this thyme add flavor to fish dishes, meat, soups and sauces. It is best to add during the last few moments of cooking for the best flavor. Harvest the leaves before blooming time; use them fresh or dried. Very decorative on the edge of a border, in a clump or in a container on the patio. Needs a light and well drained soil. Zone 5.

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livÈche

The hollow stems and leaves of the lovage look like those of the celeri. Harvest the leaves as needed, they flavored soups, broths, stews, dips and sauces. Use them fresh, dried or frozen. Lovage has to be cultivated in a fresh, deep and rich soil. Reseeds easily.

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menthe marocaine

An exceptional sweet mint used to brew Moroccan-style mint tea. Harvest as needed during the season. The leaves can be used fresh or dried. In the border, the mint is cultivated in a fresh and well drained soil; in this case, the mint has to be planted with the pot otherwise it will be too invasive. Can also be cultivated in a large container or in a window box.

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