Jebadiah Fisher Garden Seed

Non-GMO Heirloom Garden Seeds

The Starter Medicinal Herbs Package

All Herbs are Heirloom / Non-Hybrid / Non-GMO, Open-Pollinated Seeds


Our Price: $29.95

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Calendula, Pacific Beauty Mixture

Calendula, Pacific Beauty Mixture

Calendula officinalis - Heirloom/Non-GMO Herb Seed

(3 grams, approx. 350 seeds) *


Annual, Zones 3 - 10. Also known as pot marigold or garden marigold. This cultivar produces tall, 15 inch stem that display large flowers on straight stems in an array of yellows, golds, and oranges.


Aromatic * Beverages * Culinary * Medicinal  


Calendulas are known for their anti-inflammatory properties.  For centuries they have been used in skin ointments to treat insect bites and stings, sunburn and other skin discomforts.  Calendulas have been known to help chronic infections and soothe fevers and wounds.  


Internally, gargling with Calendula-infused water is used to ease a sore throat, sores in the mouth, and inflammations in the mouth and throat.

Chamomile, German
Chamomile, German

Chamomile, German 

Matricaria recutita  -  Heirloom/Non-GMO Herb Seed

(3 grams, approx. 32,000 seeds)   


Annual, Zones 3-10. Sow in Spring.  Easy Germination.  This annual is quite prolific in producing small daisy-like flowers and will re-seed itself. Feathery foliage.  


Aromatic  *  Beverage  *  Medicinal  


Potpourri and tea are a favorite use of this apple-scented plant.   As a medicinal it has been noted that it aids and treats over 100 separate ailments. Some of the most common are in the aid of colic and indigestion, skin irritations, and it is a favorite tension reliever taken as a tea. 

Echinacea, Magnus
Echinacea, Magnus

Echinacea, Magnus 

Echinacea purpurea  -  Heirloom/Non-GMO Herb Seed

(50 seeds) *   


Also known as Cone Flower.  Perennial, Zones 3-10.  Sow in spring, late summer, or early fall. Easy germination in approx. 8 - 21 days.  Plant in a sunny location (will tolerate light shade). Space plants 12”-18” in the garden. Height: 26 inches.  


Medicinal  *  Cutting Flowers   


This cultivar has very strong stems that hold the large 4½ inch rose-purple flowers upright on 26 inch stems.  Petals lie flatter than other cultivars.   


One of the most important genera of indigenous American medicinal plants. Echinacea is used for the support and stimulation of the immune system. Those properties aid in the ability to get over colds and flu easier and to help a person to cope with allergies better.  Echinacea is also a noted herb to treat skin irritations, mild to severe, including burns and wounds. 

Fenugreek
Fenugreek

Fenugreek    

Trigonella foenum graecum  -  Heirloom/Non-GMO Herb Seed

(3 grams, approx. 210 seeds) *                                                  


Annual, Zones 5 - 10.  Sow in spring.  Easy to germinate.  Plant in full Sun.  White flowers appear in early summer and develop into pods that are long, narrow and sickle-shaped. Each pod contains 10-20 seeds.  Fenugreek is a legume that grows to 18 inches.  It requires a well-drained soil. Approximately 110 days to maturity.  


Culinary  *  Medicinal



Fenugreek is one of the oldest known medicinal plants dating as far back as ancient Egypt. The seeds from Fenugreek can be used to flavor dishes or sprouted.  The small leaves can be used in salads. The seeds are somewhat nutty in flavor and the leaves can be bitter if too large.  It also has a history of being fed to livestock.  


Its medicinal uses range from treating sore throats to relieving constipation (as a bulker) and is said to have some anti-diabetic properties.

Lemon Balm
Lemon Balm

Lemon Balm 

Melissa officinalis  -  Heirloom/Non-GMO Herb Seed

(3 grams, approx. 5,000 seeds) *   


Also known as balm mint. Perennial, Zones 5-9.  Plant late summer, early fall. Easy Germination.  Height: up to 2 feet.  


Aromatic  *  Beverage  *  Culinary  * Medicinal  


Lemon balm is a member of the mint family that has a lemon scent and flavor and should not be confused with Bee Balm.  It grows in clumps and will overwinter in areas that have milder winters.  


It has long been used in culinary applications and is used in garnishes for drinks and also makes a nice tea.  You can use it fresh or in dried form, which also lends itself nicely to potpourri.   


Its medicinal value lies in soothing nervous tension and anxiety and promoting sleep.  It has also been known to help heal cold sores (herpes).  Also helps to ease discomfort from indigestion (including gas, bloating, and colic). 

Sage - Broad Leaved
Sage - Broad Leaved

Sage - Broad Leaved   

Salvia officinalis  -  Heirloom/Non-GMO Herb Seed

(3 grams, approx. 4,800 seeds) *    


Perennial.  Perennial, Zones 5 - 9.  Sow in spring, late summer, early fall.  Easy to germinate in approximately 10 - 21 days.  Plant in a sunny location, spacing 12”-15” inches apart in the garden.  Sage will grow in a bushy clump that will reach 1 to 2 foot height.  Approx. 75 days to maturity.  


Aromatic  *  Beverages  *  Culinary  * Medicinal  


While most people know of sage’s value as a culinary herb used with poultry, pork, and stuffings, it is also used medicinally for treating coughs, colds, congestion, and sore throats.  It is useful for skin, gum, and mouth infections, as well as indigestion and depression.  

Viola, Johnny-Jump-Up
Viola, Johnny-Jump-Up

Viola, Johnny-Jump-Up 

Viola tricolor  -  Heirloom/Non-GMO Herb Seed

(3 grams, approx. 5,400 seeds) *     


Also known as Johnny-Jump-Up and Hearts Ease.  Biennial, Zone 4 - 9.  Sow in spring, late summer, or early fall.  Easy germination. Very free flowering with violet, light-blue, and gold tricolor flowers.  Height: 7 inches.  


Culinary  *  Medicinal  


The flowers of this cultivar are edible and make nice additions to simple lettuce salads with their 7-inch violet, blue, and yellow flowers.  They flower nicely and will populate themselves into a lawn quite easily if weed and feed products are not used on the lawn.  They are also nice in a short border planting.  


Violas were considered the talisman of romance in England, centuries past.   Their medicinal value, however, is used for relief from inflammation of the mucous membranes of the respiratory system and to assist with mucus discharge.  Added to cough syrups, violas act as a strong expectorant to rid the lungs of phlegm.  


Useful in treatment of edema. Violas’ anti-microbial properties make them excellent for treating skin conditions like boils, abscess, skin ulcers, diaper rashes, and insect bites.  

Golden Yarrow
Golden Yarrow

Yarrow, Golden    

Achillea filipendulina  -  Heirloom/Non-GMO Herb Seed

(3 grams, approx. 2,000 seeds) *    


Perennial Zones 2 - 10.  Sow in spring, late summer, early fall. Easy to germinate.  Yarrow grows to a height of 3 to 5 feet with feathery foliage.  Large flower heads are flat and will bloom from early summer until the frost comes.  


Aromatic  *  Beverages  *  Cut Flowers  *  Medicinal  


Yarrow’s medicinal uses range from applications to help stop minor bleeding and promote healing of wounds.  It is also used for relief from anxiety and sleeplessness, as well as digestive problems. 

*Seeds sold by weight.  All seed counts are approximate.  


The Starter Medicinal Herbs Package: $29.95

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Storage:Refrigerate seeds to ensure viability during long-term storage.   


Disclaimer:  Seeds are offered as a means to grow plants in your garden.  The information presented on this website is not intended for use to prevent, diagnose, treat or cure any disease.  These statements have not been evaluated by the FDA.  No information on this website is intended to serve as medical advice. Please address your healthcare concerns by seeking the expertise of a licensed medical professional.  Consult your physician before using any herbs.  While we are totally awesome, Jebadiah Fisher Garden Seed is neither staffed by – nor receives advice from – clinicians, medical professionals, or other healthcare practitioners.