Friday, May 18, 2007

The Herb Collection from Direct

The Herb Collection from Direct - Consumer: Gardeners

The purpose of the Herb Collection is to provide gardeners a starter collection of common herbs.

Pros: For those who love to garden as well as cook the Herb Collection is just the ticket. Fresh herbs are far superior to dried herbs like those that can be purchased in most grocery stores. Herbs are small plants that require very little space and can be grown either indoors or outdoors.

The Herb Collection includes 18 different seed packets. They are: Anise, Balm, Sweet Basil, Siam Queen Thai Basil, Caraway, Chives, Coriander (Cilantro), Lavender (vera), Sweet Marjoram, Horehound, Parsley (Paramount), Peppermint, Dill, Summer Savory, Thyme, Oregano, Sage and Leek American Flag.

Cooking and gardening go together. You will love having your own home grown herbs to add to your good cooking. They are not only tastier but they are more healthful as well.

Cons: Herbs love sunlight so whereever you plant your herb garden, it needs to be well sunlit as well as well drained. Herbs don’t like wet bottoms!

Guarantee: The guarantee as stated on the Direct Gardening Website reads in part: “If any item you purchased from us does not live, for a FREE REPLACEMENT just RETURN THE ORIGINAL SHIPPING LABEL along with your written request within 1 year of receipt. If you are dissatisfied with any merchandise, return it together with the ORIGINAL SHIPPING LABEL within 1 year of receipt for a FREE REPLACEMENT. Replacement guarantee is VOID unless the ORIGINAL SHIPPING LABEL is returned. For a REFUND of the purchase price, RETURN THE ITEM AND THE ORIGINAL SHIPPING LABEL, with the correct postage affixed, within 14 days of receipt.”

Value for money: The Herb Collection is a very good value.

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