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arugula-rmh

(Eruca sativa)

Arugula is an annual native to the Mediterranean region. Popular in French and Italian cooking, American foodies are increasingly enjoying its distinct spicy, peppery flavor.

basil-rmh
(Ocimum basilicum)

Basil has large, green fragrant leaves which can grow up to four inches. The color intensity of the leaves depends on the fertility of the soil, the richer the soil, the darker the color. It is a Mediterranean herb which thrives in warm nights and moist soil.

basil-4-oz-rmh
(Ocimum basilicum)

Basil has large, green fragrant leaves which can grow up to four inches. The color intensity of the leaves depends on the fertility of the soil, the richer the soil, the darker the color. It is a Mediterranean herb which thrives in warm nights and moist soil.

bay-leaves-rmh

(Umbellularia californica)

A bay leaf is dark green in color on the top of the leaf, and a lighter green underneath. They are narrow in shape and very firm. California bay leaf is higher in essential oils and stronger in flavor than imported leaves. The trees themselves grow to 60 feet tall.

beef-medley-rmh
Category: Herb Medleys
Beef Medley - oregano, rosemary and thyme
chervil-rmh

(Anthriscus cerefolium)

Chervil's flavor is a cross between tarragon and parsley. Resembling its parsley cousin, (but much more fragrant) its leaves are thin, soft and look like small lacy ferns. Chervil prefers cool, shady locations in which to grow.

chives-rmh

(Allium schoenoprasum)

Chives are dark green in color, and have a mild onion flavor. The leaves are hollow and cylindrical, and grow to approximately six to eight inches long. Chives prefer moist, well-drained soil. Chive flowers, with their lavender-pink color, are also used in cooking.

dill-rmh

(Anethum graveolens)

Dill looks like a smaller version of fennel, with leaves that are feathery and dark. Dill is an annual that grows easily from seed. It enjoys direct sunlight, and does not store well when wet. It has a tangy citrus flavor which compliments any fish dish.

lamb-medley-rmh
Category: Herb Medleys
Lamb Medley - Italian parsley, lemon thyme and mint
lemongrass-rmh-org

Native to India, lemon grass can be grown in any hot, moist climate in sandy, well-drained soil. In the United States it is grown in Florida and California, but can be greenhouse grown anywhere with proper temperature and humidity. Because of its fibrous, sinewy structure, the lower bulb of the lemon grass is normally cut into small sections of stalk and "bruised" or crushed before adding to a dish.

lemon-thyme-rmh

(Thymus citriodorus)

The lemon thyme plant is bushy, with its many stems averaging 6-10 inches in length. The profusion of small, oval leaves are arranged in opposite pairs on each stem; rub those leaves to enjoy a lemony scent. The plant pictured is of variegated lemon thyme.

marjoram-rmh

(Origanum majorana)

Widely considered part of the oregano family, marjoram has small, tender light-green leaves. Marjoram generally has a flavor milder and less bitter than oregano. Marjoram's popularity declined with the discovery of oregano by WWII GIs.