Basil: Basil is an annual best grown in the warmest of weather. Sow indoors year-round in containers for transplant or direct sow outdoors when soil is warm and after danger of frost has passed. Basil can show signs of damage when temperatures dip. All basil can be grown in medium to large containers, but the smaller leafed varieties are best suited in pots.
Sowing instructions: Plant seeds 0.5 inches deep indoors from September-April or directly outdoors from May-August.
Maturity: 85 days Open-pollinated Heirloom
Corriander/Cilantro: Sowing instructions: Plant seeds 0.5 inches deep indoors from February-April or directly outdoors from May-July. Transplant seedlings outdoors from May-Ju;y. Harvest from August-October.
Maturity: 60 days Open-pollinated Heirloom
Dill: Sowing instructions: Plant seeds 0.5 inches deep indoors from March-April or directly outdoors in May-June. Harvest from July-September.
Maturity: 55 days Open-pollinated Heirloom
Parsley: Parsley typically grows as a biennial, it is most often treated as an annual. Start indoors in deep pots 4-6 weeks before the estimated last frost or directly sow outdoors after the last frost has passed and when the soil begins to warm. Parsley prefers a fertile soil base with plenty of sun and plenty of water.
Sowing instructions: Plant seeds 0.5 inches deep from May-August. Harvest from June-October.
Maturity: 75 days Open-pollinated Heirloom