Herbs for Cooking, Healing, and Aromatherapy
An herb garden, with careful selection, has it all.
Herbs produce sweet smells, amazing flavors, and most make quite a statement in the landscape. You can’t go wrong with herbs.
This year there are even more outstanding selections to choose from at Stanley's.
Ararat is a lovely bi-color basil with a mild classic flavor that adds beauty to the garden with its dramatic mottled green-and-purple leaves.
This variety of basil has a spicy, traditional flavor.
Nufar is a large leaf, sweet-scented basil that is also fusarium wilt resistant.
Catnip Little Trudy
- This variety of catnip has distinctively serrated silver foliage with long-season lavender blooms. It is a compact cultivation that thrives in hot, dry conditions.
- Our mint julep-loving customers are in luck! Because of the overwhelming demand last year, we have doubled our growth of the mint variety that is most favored for this classic, Southern drink.
Horehound Archer’s Variegated
Archer's Variegated has a pleasantly pungent; marbled, cream-and-green, wrinkled foliage. It blooms with lavender-pink flowers in the summer.
This nasturtium with its crinkled petals of soft yellow and a pepper-like flavor, is a great addition to any salad.
Rosemary Madeline Hill
This robust rosemary with Wedgewood-blue flowers is a hardier variety reported to tolerate temperatures at -15 degrees.
Salvia Golden Delicious
Golden Delicious salvia is a beautiful plant with chartreuse foliage and bright red blooms that attracts hummingbirds.
A reintroduction, Stevia is a South African tropical herb with edible leaves many times sweeter than sugar, but with no calories. It thrives in hot weather.
Thyme English Wedgewood
Thyme has fragrant, flavorful leaves with a splash of yellow in the center. An attractive plant with a rounded growth habit, this thyme variety is great for cooking, fresh or dried.
We are sure to have something for everyone! And remember all our herbs are grown pesticide-free.