Collection: Culinary Herb Seeds

You've done it so many times. Spent gobs of money at the grocery store on a few twigs of dill or a small basil plant, only to find them wilting by the time you're ready to cook. With Eden Brothers' must-have culinary herbs, you'll have access to fresh grown goodness when you're ready. Just run to the garden, pull what you need, and enhance your recipes. If you just want to try one or two, we recommend Sweet Basil Seeds, Dill Bouquet Seeds or Chive Seeds. If you're ready for an entire suite of herbs, then definitely go for the 10-set Culinary Herb Seed Collection.

Must-have culinary herbs for good reason

  • Culinary herbs are essential for every home-cooked meal
  • These culinary herbs are all easy to grow
  • They're the most common and versatile herbs in all recipes
  • Home grown culinary herbs are much tastier than store-bought

    Must-have culinary herbs for good reason

    • Culinary herbs are essential for every home-cooked meal
    • These culinary herbs are all easy to grow
    • They're the most common and versatile herbs in all recipes
    • Home grown culinary herbs are much tastier than store-bought

    Grow the best culinary herbs from seed

    If you’re tired of buying overpriced grocery store herbs that go bad before you’re ready to use them, you’re not alone. We get frustrated with waste, too, and that’s why we’ve organized all of our culinary herbs into one easy-to-browse catalog. Join the vast community of folks growing their own herbs at home, and you’ll never have to worry about wasting your harvest again!

    Any true foodie or home chef needs a culinary herb garden within easy reach of the kitchen. Basil, cilantro, and dill just hit different when they can go from plant to skillet in less than five minutes. These fifty plus varieties represent some of the easiest herbs to grow, and some of the flavors most essential to any dish.

    Discover new favorite culinary herbs

    Did you know that some varieties of basil are purple? Or that parsley can be flat-leaf or curly-leaf? Bet you weren’t aware that there are two types of chamomile, German and Roman, or that some varieties of chives are an excellent substitute for garlic.

    When you start growing your own culinary herbs from seed, it opens up a world of new opportunities. You’re no longer resigned to use dried herbs that have been sitting on the shelf for who knows how long, or flavorless herbs that have been shipped hundreds of thousands of miles to your local supermarket.

    Heirloom, open-pollinated, and organic culinary herb seeds

    Finally, you have access to a wealth of heirloom and open-pollinated culinary herbs varieties, and no two taste quite the same. You’ll discover a new addiction as you find more herbs to sample, and we say, try them all! Only then will you find out what you really love.

    Stick to the classics, like Basil Genovese and Cilantro Long Standing, or try something new and exciting like Dill Dukat or Caper Seeds. At Eden Brothers, we’re always on the quest for more rare and exotic herb seeds to include in our collection. Herbs are the spice of life, and we love for everyone to have access to exciting flavors that unlock taste buds and good health!

    We care about you and your family’s health, so we’ve pledged to never allow GMOs or other additives and fillers into our seed packets. We include as many organic seed varieties as possible, and we are always looking to get more of your favorite herb seeds certified organic, to better our agricultural practices and the world that we share.

    Buy herb seeds by the packet, collection, or in bulk

    For the beginning gardener (or the seasoned gardener with little time) we recommend Sweet Basil, Dill Bouquet, and Chives Seeds. These easy-to-grow culinary herbs are productive and flavorful, and will make cooking feel less like a chore! Foodies and serious gardeners will want to check out the Eden Brothers exclusive Culinary Herb Seed Collection, a mix of ten essential herbs to enhance any dish.

    No matter where you are in your gardening journey, there’s something for you here. Buy herb seeds by the packet or by the pound—and know that either purchase is a step towards bettering your health and amplifying the flavor of your homecooked meals. Don’t waste another minute on flavorless, wilted herbs when you could have your own farm-fresh herbs every night of the week. Order your favorite varieties today, read about planting them in our Herb Seeds Planting Guide, and get growing.