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Spices you can grow in your zone right from unground spice seeds.

 
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SEED SPICES you can plant in Zone 6B and maybe get seeds.

Cilantro, Mustard, ASIAN sweet basil

Why plant seed spices?

It costs roughly $2 to but 200 sweet basil seed packaged as garden seeds.

It costs roughly $2 to buy 20,000 sweet basil seeds as a spice



If you buy them as garden seeds it's a ripoff.

You can just cast them out like rye grass is they are spices.

 
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Just to add to that... Non organic spice/herb seeds ore often irradiated and dead (will not germinate). So keep that in mind. Organic spice seeds are not irradiated and have a much better chance to germinate and grow.

Good Luck!
 
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