Vegetables and Herbs

Cole’s Vegetable and Herb Department

Young vegetable plants and herbs are a hot gardening commodity, and you don’t need a lot of space to grow them! Without a doubt, this is one of our busiest departments in the early spring and summer as more and more people want to know exactly what they are eating. It’s constantly expanding as we take immense pride in offering a very wide selection.

At peak times, our herb department boasts up to 100 different varieties of locally grown stock. If ever you don’t see something you are looking for ask one of our team members and we will see if we can source it for you.  Check out the varieties we have available by clicking here.  Freemanherbs.com

African Blue Basil
Aloe
Artemisia
Arugula
Basil (Aristotle)
Basil (Cinnamon)
Basil (Columnar)
Basil (Dark Opal)
Basil (Holy)
Basil (Lemon)
Basil (Lettuce Leaf)
Basil (Lime)
Basil (Mammoth)
Basil (Perpetual Pesto)
Basil (Siam Queen)
Basil (Small Leaf)
Basil (Thai)
Bay Laurel
Borage
Broccoli (Belstar)
Calendula
Cantaloupe (Sivan)
Cat Mint
Catnip
Chamomile (German)
Chervil
Chives
Chives (Garlic)
Coriander
Coriander (Vietnamese)
Cucumber (Picolino)
Curry
Dill
Dill (Dwarf Fernleaf)
Dock-Red-Veined
Echinacea
Echinacea (Yellow)
Fennel
Feverfew
French Sorrel
Garlic
Grosso Lavender
Hops
Hyssop
Kale (Redbor)
Kale (Ripbor)
Lavender (English)
Lavender (Ellagance Ice)
Lavender (Fragrant Butterfly)
Lavender (Jagged)
Lavender (Kew Red)
Lavender (Ruffles)
Lemon Balm
Lemon Grass
Lovage
Marjoram
Marjoram (Variegated)
Mint (Apple)
Mint (Chocolate)
Mint (Curly)
Mint (Ginger)
Mint (Grapefruit)
Mint (Lemon)
Mint (Mojito)
Mint (Orange)
Mint (Peppermint)
Mint (Pineapple)
Mint (Spearmint)
Moss (Irish)
Moss (Scottish)
Nasturtium (Dwarf)
Oregano
Oregano (Golden)
Oregano (Greek)
Oregano (Purple)
Parsley (Curled)
Parsley (Plain)
Pepper Bhut Jolokia (Ghost)
Pepper Habanero (Maya)
Pepper Cayenne (Long Slim)
Provedance Lavender
Rosemary
Rosemary (BBQ)
Rosemary (Creeping)
Rosemary (Gold Dust)
Rosemary (Huntington)
Rosemary (Upright)
Rue
Sage
Sage (Golden)
Sage (Pineapple)
Sage (Purple)
Sage (Russian)
Sage (Tricolour)
Salad Burnet
Savory (Summer)
Savory (Winter)
Stevia
Sweet Cicely
Sweet Woodruff
Tarragon (French)
Thyme (Broadleaf)
Thyme (Citrus)
Thyme (Coccineus)
Thyme (Garden)
Thyme (Lemon)
Thyme (Silver)
Thyme (Woolly)
Verbena Lemon
Watercress

 

Vegetables

Undoubtedly, there’s nothing better than the taste of vegetables warm from the sun, freshly picked from your own garden. There really is no comparison to store bought, especially since it comes with a side dish of satisfaction, knowing you were able to help them flourish.

Get your garden off to an awesome start by beginning with the right plants and advice.

Varieties we carry (supply may vary as the season goes on):

Beets

Broccoli

Brussel Sprouts

Cabbage – Green

Cabbage – Red

Cauliflower

Collards

Carrots

Cucumber

–          Fanfare

–          English

–          Pickling

–          Jackson Classic

Kale

Celery

Eggplant

–          Dusky

–          White

–          Red

Onions

–          Spanish

–          Red

–          White

Leek s

Lettuce

–          Green leaf

–          Ithica

–          Boston

–          Romaine

–          Red Sails

Peppers

–          Bell Boy

–          California Wonder

–          Shephard

–          Redstart

–          Orange King

–          Hot Portugal

–          Jalapeno

–          Cayenne

–          Hung. Hot

–          Hung. Sweet

–          Yellow Bell

–          Habanero

–          Cherry Hot

–          Ring of Fire

–          Red Bell

Tomato

–          Whopper

–          Big Beef

–          Ultra Sweet (Early)

–          Brandywine

–          Lemon Boy

–          Sonoma (Hybrid Roma)

–          Sweet One Million

–          Grape Tomato (Cherry)

–          Jetstar

–          Better Bush

–          Better Boy

–          Early Girl

–          Roma

–          Sweet 100

–          Sweet Baby Girl (Patio Cherry)

–          Window Box Roma

–          Golden Honey Bunch

–          Brandywine

–          Old German

–          San Marzano

–          Valencia

–          Black Krim

–          Striped German

–          Basketvee

–          Oxheart Red

Cantalope

Watermelon

Muskmelon

Swiss Chard

–          Bright Lights

–          Red

–          Green

Zucchini Green

Zucchini Yellow