Our herb program has actually become quite extensive, but we've had to limit this list to the things we could commit to delivering on the drop dates as of now. We're still recovering from last years unexpectedly hard winter and testing new grow-procedures. We'll update inventory if we're able verify additional product availability.
This is the shorter, better-flavored version of lemongrass, C. citratus. It is tender and should be protected from the cold, but the roots will need plenty of room to spread, so either plant in the ground and dig in the fall, or plant in a 3 gallon pot or larger to keep it happy. Needs bright light.
Corsican mint creeps along in the top inch or so of soil, unlike the running invasive mints that are so common, and gives off that lovely crème de menthe scent whenever disturbed. While it is fragile when allowed to dry out, it is winter hardy and very tough if it gets enough moisture. Tolerates partial shade.