Herb

The date after each entry indicates the last time the information was gathered. (OG) indicates organic, (F1) indicates hybrid. Links will open in a separate tab/window for each vendor to make shopping easy.

Black Cumin

Reimer Seeds - packet $3.50 (10/19/2020)

Black Mustard

Reimer Seeds - packet $3.50 (10/19/2020)

Bodegold Chamomile

Reimer Seeds - packet $3.50 (10/19/2020)

Bronze & Green Fennel

Reimer Seeds - packet $3.50 (10/19/2020)

Candy Stevia (OG)

High Mowing Seeds - packet $3.95 (10/20/2020)

Chives (OG)

High Mowing Seeds - packet $2.95 (10/20/2020)

Cumin

Reimer Seeds - packet $3.50 (10/19/2020)

Florence Fennel

Reimer Seeds - packet $3.50 (10/19/2020)

Garlic Chives (OG)

High Mowing Seeds - packet $2.95 (10/20/2020)

German Chamomile

Reimer Seeds - packet $3.50 (10/19/2020)

Lemon Balm (OG)

High Mowing Seeds - packet $2.95 (10/20/2020)

Pennyroyal

Reimer Seeds - packet $3.50 (10/19/2020)

Peppermint

Reimer Seeds - packet $3.50 (10/19/2020)

Roman Chamomile

Reimer Seeds - packet $3.50 (10/19/2020)

Russian Tarragon

Reimer Seeds - packet $4.50 (10/19/2020)

Sorrel (OG)

High Mowing Seeds - packet $2.95 (10/20/2020)

Spearmint

Reimer Seeds - packet $3.50 (10/19/2020)

Summer Savory

Reimer Seeds - packet $3.50 (10/19/2020)

Summer Savory (OG)

High Mowing Seeds - packet $2.95 (10/20/2020)

Sweet Fennel

Reimer Seeds - packet $3.50 (10/19/2020)

Vera Lavender

Reimer Seeds - packet $3.50 (10/19/2020)

Winter Savory

Reimer Seeds - packet $3.50 (10/19/2020)

Disclaimer: I have no affiliation with the seed companies listed here other than as a satisfied customer. Prices are for comparison only and although they are updated fairly regularly, you should always visit the vendor's site directly to confirm accuracy and availability. In addition, packet sizes vary from vendor to vendor as well as quality and germination rates, so price is not always an accurate determination of value. All of these vendors deserve your support, so please spread the love around when you are ordering seeds and don't be afraid to experiment with at least some varieties and vendors each year.