Flowers/Herbs and Other Seed

UPDATED 1-16-2018

Quantities (Qty) are seed packets with enough seed for continued genetic diversity.

Seed Type Common Name Scientific Name Variety QTY
HERBS/MEDS Basil Ocimum basilicum Dark Opal Purple 6
HERBS/MEDS Basil Ocimum basilicum Genovese 5
HERBS/MEDS Basil Ocimum basilicum Italian Pesto 8
HERBS/MEDS Basil Ocimum basilicum Mammoth 12
HERBS/MEDS Basil Ocimum basilicum Profuma di Genova 10
HERBS/MEDS Thai Basil Ocimum basilicum Queenette 16
HERBS/MEDS Salad Burnet Sanguisorba minor   3
HERBS/MEDS Lovage Levisticum officinale   2
HERBS/MEDS Borage Borago officinalis   10
HERBS/MEDS Parsley Petroselinum crispum Extra Triple Curled 5
HERBS/MEDS Dill Anethum graveolens Bouquet 12
HERBS/MEDS Cilantro Coriandrum sativum Cruiser 7
HERBS/MEDS Cilantro Coriandrum sativum   13
HERBS/MEDS Papalo Porophyllum ruderale   2
FLOWERS Hyssop Hyssopus officinalis   16
FLOWERS Calendula Calendula officinalis   16
WILDFLOWER Farewell to Spring Clarkia spp.   11
WILDFLOWER CA Poppy Eschscholzia californica Copper Pot 12
WILDFLOWER Larkspur Delpinium spp.   10


ALL flowers and herbs listed above are CROSS POLLINATED. If you wish to ensure “True to Type” varieties for seed saving grow only one variety or use isolation techniques. In most cases, any flower which is cross pollinated (either by wind or insects) will cross with other members within the same species.

Example: Genovese Basil

Ocimum = Genus

basilicum = species

‘Genovese’ = Variety

Genovese Basil = Common name

To ensure you get Genovese Basil when saving seed DO NOT plant a different variety, such as Heirloom Leaf Lettuce Basil, with the Genovese Basil because BOTH have the same species, basilicum and WILL cross with each other.






2 thoughts on “Flowers/Herbs and Other Seed

    1. Hi Joni,

      Many factor influence how long seed remains viable. If they are kept dry and cool many will last for years. For annual vegetables onions, corn, and beans have notoriously been described as being shorter lived than others. Yet our experience at CSLL and personally has been that even those seed will germinate and thrive well after their “allotted” life span.

      Here is a handy chart for basic reference:

      ~Stephanie, CSLL


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