Cocktail Herbs

    Fennel 'Green'
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    Dill 'Bouquet'
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    Sage 'Purple'
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    Lemon Balm
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    Lemon Balm $9.50
    Rosemary 'Prostrate'
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    Basil 'Genovese'
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    Rosemary 'Arp'
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    Lavender 'Hidcote'
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    Cilantro
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    Cilantro $8.25
    Thyme 'Lemon'
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    Mint 'Mojito'
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    Sage 'Berggarten'
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    Lemon Verbena
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    Anise Hyssop
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    Anise Hyssop $9.50
    Thyme 'French'
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    Chamomile 'Roman'
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    Oregano 'Greek'
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    Mint 'Peppermint'
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    Lavender 'Phenomenal'
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    Lemongrass
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    Lemongrass $10.25
    Tarragon 'French'
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    Mint 'Spearmint'
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    Our cocktail herbs are a captivating collection of botanical treasures carefully cultivated to elevate your every drink. These aromatic wonders aren't just simple leaves - they are the secret ingredients behind craft cocktails that tantalize the senses and leave a lasting impression. They infuse each sip with unique flavors and fragrances, turning ordinary beverages into extraordinary creations. 


    Why You Should Add Cocktail Plants to Your Garden?

    Gardening is a journey that brings the wonders of nature right to your doorstep. By introducing cocktail herbs to your outdoor space, you can elevate your landscape to new heights. Picture the vibrant colors and fragrances of basil, mint and thyme mingling in your garden, offering you a daily sensory feast. 

    Cocktail herbs can transform your outdoor oasis into a haven of natural beauty, flavor and endless possibilities, whether you're crafting cocktails or simply enjoying the serene ambiance. 


    Our Cocktail Herbs

    Explore our cocktail herbs collection to discover nature's best-kept secrets and unlock the potential to craft cocktails that are nothing short of outstanding:

    Fennel (Green)

    Green Fennel lends a subtle anise flavor, imparting a refreshing twist to traditional beverages and a unique herbal depth to your mixology creations.

    Dill (Bouquet)

    Bouquet Dill's fresh, tangy notes elevate drinks with a burst of brightness, making it an excellent choice for infusions and garnishes.

    Sage (Purple)

    Purple Sage adds a visually striking element to each glass and a hint of earthy sophistication that enhances the complexity of flavors.

    Lemon Balm

    Lemon Balm's citrusy aroma and delicate lemon flavor elevate cocktails with a zesty, mood-enhancing twist, making it a refreshing choice for summer outings.

    Sage (Berggarten)

    Berggarten Sage's robust, earthy essence gives the drink depth and character, which makes it an intriguing addition to savory and herbal mixtures.

    Anise Hyssop

    Anise Hyssop adds a sweet, licorice-like note to cocktails, creating a unique twist in flavor and aroma. It is a delightful choice for herbal concoctions and innovative mixed drinks.

    Mint (Mojito)

    Mojito Mint offers a classic, refreshing menthol flavor for crafting iconic mojitos and mint juleps. It elevates the drink's cool and invigorating flavor profile.

    Chamomile (Roman)

    Roman Chamomile infuses cocktails with a soothing, apple-like aroma, transforming them into calming, floral elixirs, perfect for relaxation and stress relief.

    Cilantro

    Cilantro brings a zesty, citrusy punch to your mixology creations. They elevate Latin-inspired drinks, lending a distinctive, herbaceous charm to margaritas and salsas.

    Lavender (Hidcote)

    Hidcote Lavender contributes fragrant, slightly sweet notes to cocktails, offering a touch of elegance and a floral aroma that elevates the beverages' taste. 

    Rosemary (Prostate)

    With its aromatic cascading branches, Prostrate Rosemary imparts a subtle piney essence to drinks. It makes a charming garnish for a touch of sophistication.

    Basil (Genovese)

    Genovese Basil, known for its sweet aroma, upgrades cocktails with its fresh, earthy flavor. It enhances the complexity of drinks like the classic basil gimlet.

    Oregano (Greek)

    Greek Oregano enriches cocktails with a bold, peppery kick, adding depth and spice to savory libations like the Bloody Mary or herb-infused spirits.

    Lemon Verbena

    Lemon Verbena adds an intense lemon fragrance to drinks, imparting a bright, citrusy twist to both classic and contemporary drinks.

    Rosemary (Arp)

    Arp Rosemary, a cold-hardy variety, provides an earthy aroma and flavor that compliments cocktails like herb-infused gin and adds a savory dimension to mixed drinks.

    Mint (Peppermint)

    Peppermint Mint refreshes cocktails with its bold, cooling flavor. It’s an essential herb for classics such as the mint julep and mojito, imparting a revitalizing and refreshing element.

    Thyme (Lemon)

    Lemon Thyme infuses beverages with a citrusy aroma and herbal essence, adding a bright, zesty twist to mixed drinks.

    Thyme (French)

    French Thyme imbues cocktails with a subtle, aromatic quality. It is perfect for infusions and garnishes.



    General Care Tips for Cocktail Plants

    Herbs for cocktails are generally easy to maintain, the following are some essential care tips to ensure they thrive in your garden:
    • Sunlight: Most cocktail plants thrive in well-lit areas with at least 6-8 hours of sunlight daily. Ensure they receive enough sun to promote robust growth and flavor development.

    • Soil: Well-draining soil is crucial in preventing root rot. Use a quality potting mix for container plants and amend garden soil with organic matter for in-ground herbs.

    • Watering: Keep the soil consistently moist but not waterlogged. Allow the top inch of soil to dry before watering again. Container plants may require more frequent watering than those in the ground.

    • Pruning: Regular pruning encourages bushier growth and prevents plants from becoming leggy. Pinch off the tips of herbs to promote new growth and trim any dead or yellowing leaves.

    • Fertilization: Use a balanced, slow-release fertilizer or organic compost to provide nutrients. Avoid over-fertilizing, as this can diminish the herbs' flavor.

    • Container Gardening: Consider growing cocktail herbs in containers if space is limited. Ensure the pots have drainage holes and are the appropriate size for the plant's growth.

    • Harvesting: Harvest leaves and sprigs regularly, but avoid taking more than one-third of the plant at a time. This encourages continuous growth and ensures a fresh supply of herbs.

    • Pest Control: Watch out for common pests like caterpillars and aphids. Treat infestations promptly with natural remedies or neem oil to protect your herbs for cocktails.

    • Winter Protection: For cold climates, consider bringing potted herbs indoors or covering them with frost blankets to protect them during winter.

    • Companion Planting: Some cocktail herbs, like basil and mint, can deter pests when planted near vegetables and other plants in your garden.

    Shop for Cocktail Herbs at The Grower's Exchange

    Elevate your drinks and savor the rewards of gardening by cultivating an array of cocktail herbs. Explore our collection and immerse in nature's finest flavors!

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