Seed List 2019
Wasabi Seed Available
Our Seeds List has been updated for 2019.
Returning this year are two edibles, Good King Henry (Chenopodium bonus-henricus) and Malva verticillata ‘Crispa,’ as well as a popular medicinal, spilanthes (Acmella oleracea). New to our list are salsify (Tragopogon porrifolius), and the purple variety of mitsuba (Cryptotaenia japonica var. atropurpurea), both edibles.
To order, email email@example.com with your request. If you’re looking for inspiration or growing information, we have some helpful resources available on the Seeds homepage (scroll down).
Our 2018 Workshops Calendar Is Up!
Fresh wasabi seeds are now available.
The supply is limited due to a severe late frost. The price is $10 for a packet of fifty seeds, ppd. in USA. International shipments are US$16/pkt. At present, there is a limit of one packet per person; if you'd like more, let us know and after all orders are filled we will contact you if there is any seed remaining.
29th Annual Asheville Herb Festival 2018
Our new calendar of workshops is up on the Workshops page.
New for this year are Grow Woodland Medicinals and Grow Adaptogens.
The first workshop of the year will be on April 28th, Spring Useful Plants. We'll cover ID, uses, ecology, propagation, cultivation and harvest of a wide variety of edible, medicinal, and craft (fiber, dye. paper, basketry, etc., etc.) plants.
Wasabi Update 2018
We will be selling useful, native, and medicinal plants from our nursery at the annual Asheville Herb Festival, the largest herb festival in the United States and Canada.
Friday, May 4 & Saturday, May 5: 8:30-5:00
Sunday, May 6: 10:00-3:00
We anticipate having fresh seed available in late May- early June. At present we have a limited number (about 70) of two year old plants available at $6 each, plus packing and shipping, which depends on the quantity ordered - let us know how many you want and we will give you the total, then you can pay by Paypal (or mail us a check). Sorry, we cannot accept international orders for plants.
This is seed grown wasabi, so it is not a named variety; the named varieties are selections for larger roots and have to be cloned by tissue culture. They are somewhat more difficult to grow.