Garden Tower Project wants to make growing your own organic produce available no matter where you are or what your abilities.
We have carefully curated these100% NON-GMO Botanical Interest seeds to be an optimal Herb collection for use in your tower or growing in individual pots. We understand not everyone has room or land for an expansive garden. Growing these container varieties allows you to get optimum output in as little space as possible.
Depending on availability we may need to substitute some seeds, but they still will be great for the garden tower® vertical container gardening and composting system.
Happy and healthy gardening!
Each Culinary Herb Seed Collection contains:
Excellent flavor in
foliage (cilantro) and
seed (coriander), improved
leafiness and, as the name
infers, slow-to-bolt quality.
Can be grown indoors for fresh
cilantro leaves year-round.
Sow every 3 weeks for
Widely grown in the
Genoa region of Italy—
the pesto capital of the
world. Strong flavor for
the best pesto!
Sweet Thai Basil, Organic, Heirloom, Thai basil is a popular herb in Southeast Asian cuisine and is a flavorful garnish served with Vietnamese pho (a savory broth of noodles and meat). It holds its flavor and texture better after cooking than other basil varieties and adds a kick to salads when sliced and eaten fresh. Sweet Thai’s dark purple flowers and intoxicating scent make it a beautiful addition to the flower garden. A terrific container variety.
Chives are super easy to grow, require little maintenance, tolerate drought, and come back year after year. Edible flowers are loved by bees, make a tasty chive vinegar, look and taste great in salads, and dry well for arrangements; foliage and/or flowers add a subtle onion flavor to many dishes. Great for containers; grow indoors for year-round harvest.
Common Oregano, Organic, Heirloom, Often confused with the more pungent, white-flowered True Greek variety, common oregano, also called wild oregano or wild marjoram, has a milder flavor, and is the traditional variety for medicinal use. Leaves can be used as a fresh or dried herb. The pretty pink to lavender flowers appear from midsummer to fall.
Grown as an annual and preferred by cooks for its robust flavor, flat-leaved parsley adds a fresh, tantalizing note to omelets, stews, vegetables, and even soft cheeses and rice. The flat leaves are easy to chop. Parsley is one of the most used culinary herbs around the globe; it is also considered to aid digestion. Grow indoors for fresh parsley year-round.
Rosemary, Heirloom, Fall in love with the wonderful aroma of this versatile herb. It complements meats and vegetables, brings its unique, piney flavor to breads, and blends well with other herbs. A beautiful ornamental, it grows well in containers, and pollinators love the lavender flowers.
Broadleaf Sage, Organic, Heirloom, Sage’s flavor is bold and assertive, and considered very valuable as a digestive aid to high-fat foods, such as pork, wild game, and cheese. Often paired with stuffing, it also livens up vegetables, potatoes, soups, and stews. This drought-tolerant plant also has edible, purple-blue flowers that attract pollinators, and the gray-green foliage provides an excellent contrast in the garden or containers.
English Thyme, Organic, Heirloom, An invaluable seasoning in the kitchen, thyme has a subtle, woodsy flavor that complements a variety of foods. A staple herb of chefs, and one of the primary ingredients of bouquet garni. With very small leaves and delicate, edible flowers, thyme makes a lovely, drought-tolerant, 12″-tall landscape plant; use as a low hedge around your herb or vegetable garden. An excellent container plant to enjoy indoors or out.
Jewel Blend Nasturtium, Every salad should be graced with edible nasturtium flowers! The leaves are also edible. Dreary winter? In a south window, grow these cheery flowers inside! This compact variety is an excellent edging plant that attracts pollinators, and is fairly drought tolerant.
Favourite Blend French Marigold, Pollinators prefer this type of marigold over double marigolds because the sunny-colored single row of petals make it easier to reach the nectar. Plants grow and flower quickly with continuous, edible blooms from spring until frost.
Here is a sample planting plan for your tower