Why these brand-new herb seeds are a must-have
- 9 varieties of new herb seeds
- Culinary and medicinal herbs for the kitchen and medicine cabinet
- Pollinator attracting and drought-tolerant varieties
- Excellent companion plants for the vegetable garden
The most coveted herb seeds for your garden and table
We’re passionate about food and gardening here at Eden Brothers. We search far and wide for the best-tasting and fastest-growing herbs so that we can bring flavors from around the world to your garden and table.
Our horticulturalists and chefs are continuously on the hunt for treasured heirloom cultivars and prolific hybrid varieties like these to add to our seed catalog. We’re always looking to add more organic herbs to our collection, too—so if you don’t see that your favorite herbs are certified organic, they’re bound to be soon!
Indoor herb seeds for fresh or dried harvests
The best thing about these brand-new herbs is that they thrive in container gardens, so you can keep them close to the kitchen. Grow these new herbs outside on the patio or inside in a window box—whatever works for you so you always have fresh herbs on hand!
There’s nothing worse than being in the middle of cooking and realizing you don’t have the herbs you need to make the dish really pop. Luckily you’ll never have that problem again with these new herb seeds. The more you harvest herbs, the more the plants produce—so you’re more likely to have to dream up new ways of using these herbs than you are to run out of them!
If you do have an abundance of herbs, try drying them to use later. To dry herbs, cut several stems and hang the bundle to dry in a warm, dry place for a week. Try to keep the herbs out of direct sunlight, as they might lose their color and flavor. Home dehydrators are perfect for drying bulk herbs, but you can also use a microwave in a pinch. Remove the leaves from the stems and cook the leaves in 30-second increments until they look and feel crispy.
Try these new herb varieties to promote health and healing
Ever had Sweet Marjoram? The Mediterranean herb has a taste similar to oregano. If you’ve never smelled (or tasted) Holy Basil, you’re in for a treat—the aromatic herb is traditionally used for purification purposes and in Ayurvedic medicine for holistic healing.
Weave your culinary and medicinal gardens together with plantings of lavender and rosemary. Try something new, like borage, and just see if you don’t uncover a new obsession! Give yourself an excuse to use fresh herbs in your daily life by growing these rare and unique herbs at home.
Round out your vegetable garden with these brand-new herb seeds. These culinary herbs are easy to grow and rewarding to harvest. Indulge in a little self-care with a homegrown cup of tea or a homemade salve from one of the many medicinal herbs.
What more are you waiting for? Order your seeds today before these brand-new varieties sell out for the season. Learn to plant any of them in our Herb Seeds Planting Guide.