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  1. Lavandula angustifolia 'Essence Purple'

    Lavandula angustifolia 'Essence Purple'

    Lavender, English 'Essence Purple'

    Lavendula 'Essence Purple' is an outstanding garden performer. Standing 18" tall, this compact form of Lavender forms a perfectly rounded mound. The dense green foliage has that familiar Lavender scent. Starting 10 days earlier than most Lavendula varieties, 'Essence Purple' sends up bright blue flower spikes that last for weeks. This long blooming variety is perfect for cut flowers and dried bouquets.
  2. Lavandula angustifolia 'KERLAVANGEM' 'Sweet Romance'

    Lavandula angustifolia 'KERLAVANGEM' 'Sweet Romance'

    Lavender, English 'Sweet Romance'

    SWEET ROMANCE™ has the ability to bloom the first year with little or no vernalization. Additionally, it begins to flower a bit earlier in the season, typically in early summer and lasting into early fall. The grey-green foliage forms a compact mound topped with plump, rich violet purple flower wands that are perfect for cutting for fresh and dried bouquets. Clusters of tiny flowers appear at the nodes up the stem in addition to the terminal inflorescence, adding color down into the plant.
  3. Lavandula stoechas 'Otto Quast'

    Lavandula stoechas 'Otto Quast'

    Lavender, 'Otto Quast' Spanish

    Also called French or Butterfly Lavender. Spanish lavender is an excellent free-blooming species with with heavier blooms than other Lavandula species. Well suited to the Triangle area, its gray-green foliage makes an evergreen statement in the winter border.
  4. Lavandula stoechas 'Silver Anouk'

    Lavandula stoechas 'Silver Anouk'

    Lavender, 'Silver Anouk' Spanish

    'Silver Anouk' is a beautiful Spanish Lavender with excellent re-blooming characteristics. It has outstanding rain tolerance and early blooming with a compact habit. The foliage is more silvery-gray than 'Otto Quast'.
  5. Spearmint

    Mentha spicata


    Spearmint plants are an herb that can be a great addition to any home or herb garden. It can be a flavorful and aromatic addition to many dishes and drinks as well. Spearmint is easy to grow, thriving all over North America
  6. Variegated Pineapple Mint

    Mentha suaveolens 'Variegata'

    Variegated Pineapple Mint

    "Pineapple Mint" is one of the most beautiful in the Mentha family. It has variegated cream and green leaves that have a light pineapple fragrance.
  7. Ginger Mint

    Mentha x gentilis

    Ginger Mint

    Indispensable herb for the garden chef, and a wonderful ornamental plant in the xeric border. Very attractive yellow-green leaves adorn this hardy mint plant. Ginger Mint is ideal to use in soups, summer salads, mint tea and more. Perfect for stir-fry dishes, Ginger Mint adds a zesty flavor and texture to your culinary dishes. Excellent dried or fresh. Ginger Mint will readily make itself at home in full sun to partial shade in moist soil.
  8. Variegated Peppermint

    Mentha x piperita 'Variegata'

    Variegated Peppermint

    A beautiful variegated peppermint with bright green leaves that are mottled with cream; violet flowers rise above in a mid summer show of color; great container plant and it is suggested that planting within a pot in the ground will curtail invasiveness
  9. Chocolate Mint

    Mentha x piperita subsp. citrata 'Chocolate'

    Chocolate Mint

    Chocolate mint thrives alongside water gardens or in damp spots in the yard. Crush fresh leaves into water for a refreshing beverage, or add to tea or coffee. You can also dry leaves for flavoring desserts, like ice cream, meringues, quick breads, or cakes. Pick leaves frequently. Plants open lavender blooms in late summer.
  10. Origanum vulagaris

    Origanum vulagaris

    Italian Oregano

    Origanum is a family of herbs (and a member of the mint family) that includes a large variety of cultivars, most of which can be used for cooking, and many of which are highly ornamental. Italian Oregano is a lovely, if less showy, version which is native to the Mediterranean. This low-growing plant also makes an attractive ground cover.
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Special thanks to Missouri Botanical Gardens, Walters Gardens and Wikipedia – for plant information and photos.