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Growing herbs in your herb garden will bring year around color, texture and fragrance. Add cooking herbs to your dishes, too. Cut several potatoes into chunks and toss with olive oil a little sea salt and roughly chopped rosemary leaves. Roast in the oven at 400 degrees for about 35 minutes or until tender and browned. Not only will it taste delicious, but it will smell so wonderful while it's roasting. Mmmm....Toss some thyme leaves into roasts, stews and soups. Chopped chives add a nice little kick to salads, baked potatoes, omelets and other egg dishes.

During the growing season, clip off some of the herbs, place in small bud vases or small jars with a little water and enjoy throughout the house. Don't forget to harvest and dry herbs at the end of the growing season for continued use. Make your herb list with our tempting herb varieties. 


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Helleborus HGC Pink Frost
Helleborus Pink Frost is an unusual Lenten Rose that produces upward facing blooms. The colors of the Pink Frost Hellebore provides a range of colors from white, pink and rose that deepens to burgundy as they age.

Helleborus Red Sapphire
Winter Jewels, Red Sapphire Helleborus features deep rich blooms. Beginning in later winter through spring, you will enjoy double blooms in deep rose red will stand out in any garden setting. Lenten Rose.

Helleborus Snow Fever
Mix this Lenten Rose in with other Hellebores for great foliage contrast. The long blooming Snow Fever Helleborus will show white blooms from January through March in most areas.

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