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After searching for some herb seeds, Kat and I could grow in pots, we came across this wonderful small business called Home Town Seeds. We picked up the Kitchen Value Pack and are ready to give them a try.

Each package comes with a short, but detailed description of germination times, correct germination temperatures, how to soak and plant the seeds; along with each herb plant's tolerance to soil and growing conditions. The actual seed weight is also printed on the easy to read label.

What we like so much about Home Town Seeds is the earthy feel and abundance of each package. All are individually enclosed in small zip-locked bags. The amount of seeds offers up more than just a single planting into a 6-inch diameter pot. In fact, we have found that we can plant up to three - 6-inch pots from each package, and in some cases even more.

We promise to post some pictures on this endeavor and the results from our efforts. We are especially looking forward to placing the pots into the cedar windowsills for a winters supply of fresh herbs.

The List from the Kitchen Herb Value Pack includes:

Parsley Italian Flat Leaf
Oregano Italian
Dill Mammoth Long Island
Basil sweet Dani
Sage Broad Leaf
Cilantro Slow Bolt
Chives Garlic Variety
Basil Purple Ruffles

Home Town Seeds