Organic Herbs

Organic Herbs
Our Herbs are beyond organic. We start with high quality organic seed that returns hearty and productive plants. Our plants are grown in closed greenhouses where quality produce is our priority. We control every aspect of our hydroponic growing environment to cater to each plant's specific needs. We provide our plants with more micro-nutrients that optimize the health of the plant that translates to the taste of our food. We do not compromise our food with harsh chemicals. We believe that healthy plants growing in a clean environment will yield the best and healthiest produce available.


"The King of Herbs", basil is one of the most popular, flavorful herbs. There is a wide variety of basil available -approximately sixty different varieties. Used as a seasoning herb for many different types of food, its green leaves are easy on the eyes and pair well with almost every dish.

Holy Basil

In many cultures around the world holy basil is mainly used for its medicinal and healing properties. Occasionally, holy basil leaves are used for culinary purposes by adding a dash or two to meals for extra flavoring. Some cultures consider holy basil a sacred herb, and use it during prayer or with their rosary beads. Compared to common basil, holy basil's leaves are not as smooth or broad and it can vary in colors from red to green.


The warm and aromatic flavor of Oregano makes it a wonderful addition to almost any meal. Spicy and astringent to sweet and complex, the flavor of oregano can vary usually dependent upon the region of cultivation. Warmer climates often yield more flavorful oregano.


Possibly the most popular herb, parsley houses an abundance of nutrition and has a vibrant green flavor. Parsley is often used beyond culinary purposes. Due to the bright green leaves and appealing appearance, many use parsley as a table garnish or to give decoration to a meal.


Rosemary is an herb with a resemblance to a sprig from an evergreen tree. Rosemary has a unique woodsy aroma with a wonderful pungent flavor. The essence of rosemary goes a long way to add extra taste to dishes like chicken, lamb, salmon and pork.


Thyme is a well-known herb, historically a symbol of courage, often given to knights and warriors before battle. Added to baths and incense used to purify a room, or even placed under a pillow for a calming rest, the aromatic flavors of thyme are beyond culinary limitations. There are many variations of thyme common thyme, lemon thyme, and Mediterranean thyme. Thyme has a sweet earthy aroma and flavor, and is used in everyday cooking. It is commonly added to stews, soup, hearty sauces and different meats. One of many culinary benefits of thyme is that it does not lose flavor as it is cooked.