Auntie Lilli's South Sea Salad Tree, known by the... more
Grains of Paradise, African Cardamom. Seeds of this... more
Almond Bush, White flowers have strong almond scent.
Galanga Root, Galangal, Thai ginger, Laos.
Narrow-Leaf Cinnamon Ginger. The plant is a low mounding... more
Black pepper. Grow your own spice! Moderate growing... more
This Pigeon Pea variety called Fuerte (meaning "strong"),... more
This is an extremely rare variety of the European... more
An exceptionally distinct pepper, it is likely an... more
Wiri Wiri Pepper. A variety from Guyana, the Wiri... more
Cassia cinnamon, Chinese cinnamon. This variety of... more
Butterfly pea, Asian pigeonwings. Perfect vine! Blooms... more
Spice Turmeric, Longevity Spice, Indian Saffron, Tumeric.... more
Citronella grass, Nardus, Nard grass, Mana grass.... more
Bright purple leaves with orange flowers! A great... more
Gynura crepioides is commonly known as Okinawa Spinach,... more
Alakaline Herb, Sambung Nyawa, Longevity Spinach.... more
Salad Hibiscus, Sleepy Hibiscus. Vinous flowers open... more
One of the garden favorites, this is a vigorous, evergreen... more
Chinaberry tree. Small tree, with lilac-purple flowers... more
Viagra vine, Mukombera. A robust woody creeper, root... more
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Let’s face it, most of us do not have a spicery in our homes. It is an archaic term meaning a repository of spices. I guess the spice rack is the closest thing we have now. Our spices and herbs come packaged in small glass, or more often plastic, containers with an easy shake lid. Do you ever wonder how long those spices and herbs have been sitting in those jars? The longer they sit, the less potent they are and the more you will use. Wouldn’t it be nice if you could just step out the back door and get some of the herbs and spices that you need fresh off the plant? Well with our large selection of plants in this category, you can!
Now, you could run down to your nearest herb shop to buy what you need and oftentimes it is very good; much better than what is in the little jar from the grocery store. But growing your own natural spices is not hard and it is so much more rewarding. Many of the aromatic herbs used in cooking are so much better when picked and used fresh.
We have a large selection of spices online that can be shipped live across the U.S. Just plant them in the appropriate location and start your own spice garden! If you are in the Southwest Florida, Ft. Myers area, please come out to our Garden Center located at 13890 Orange River Blvd., Ft. Myers, FL 33905 and see the wonderful collection of herbs, spices and plants with aromatic leaves. Your taste buds will thank you.