Herbs G to W

Herbs G to W

Herbs G to W
Our extensive herb seed selection includes such favourites as mint,sage,rosemary and thyme.

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There is no need to travel to Scarborough Fair when you can be enjoying home grown goodies.  All these flavours can be grown handily in your garden: a quick snip or pick and they are ready to use.

One packet each of:

Parsley (Green Perle)   •   Sage  

Rosemary   •   Thyme (Common)

 

Full price £2.25

Full of flavour for £1.65

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Has been grown for hundreds of years. The alternative names of ‘Poor Man’s Asparagus’ and ‘Lincolnshire Spinach’ are giveaways about it dual use. Although considered as a herb today it is grown as a perennial veg. Price for 50 seeds 0.50
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Choose to give a stunning seed gift collection for the gardener in your life or for a green fingered friend. 

HERBYLICIOUS DELICIOUSNESS

One packet each of:

Basil Dark Opal

Bergamot, Wild

Chives

Coriander Green Aroma

Pot Marjoram

Peppermint

Sage

Winter Savory

Sorrel Red Veined

Thyme Large

Welsh Onion Red

Wild Garlic

Full price £6.00

SPECIAL GIFT PRICE £5.00

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This herbaceous perennial was once cultivated, particularly in Norfolk and Suffolk for use as a tea and for brewing ale! One of its alternative names is “soldiers tea”, it has a somewhat sharp, strong flavour and is reputed to be good if you have a cold. This should be considered more as a medicinal herb even though you can use it to flavour food. Perennial. Price for 50 seeds.
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This makes a bushy aromatic plant which is popular with bees. The flowers are delicious and can be used in salads. Use the leaves for flavouring meats; they have a strong taste so use sparingly. This is a perennial. Price for 50 seeds
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A very ornamental plant that can be grown for its edible leaves which have a wonderfully refreshing taste with a slightly salty tang, perfect for adding seasonning to a salad.  They can also be cooked as you would spinach.  Grow these an an annual as the lightest of frosts will finish them

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True English Lavender, growing into a compact, hardy, evergreen shrub with silver-blue foliage and mauve flowers. Plant it by doors and pathways, where it's delightful scent can be fully appreciated. Well known as a dried ingredient for potpourri and sachets; less well known is the centuries of use as a culinary herb and it is now enjoying a well deserved revival for kitchen use. Our seeds come with two recipes for you to enjoy. Price for 50 seeds.
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Making a bushy plant you can use the leaves for seasoning or for a lemon flavoured tea. This is a perennial. Price for 50 seeds

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The light lemon flavour of this grass blends well with garlic, chillies, and coriander. The herb is frequently used in curries as well as in seafood soups, marinades and stir fries. It is also used to make tea. It is a perennial but will need to be overwintered indoors. Price for 150 seeds 0.50
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This will make a large plant – up to 2m! The dark leaves are used as a celery like flavouring in stews. This is a perennial. Price for 25 seeds
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Not only is this a useful bee plant in the veg garden, its petals can be used instead of saffron as a colouring in rice dishes. Price for 50 seeds
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One of the main ingredients of bouquet garni, you can also use the leaves to flavour pizza, meat and tomato dishes. This is an annual. Price for 50 seeds
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Use this in the same way as Pot Marjoram but, as the name suggests, it has a sweeter flavour. It is an annual. Price for 50 seeds
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A very attractive plant that has pink or white flowers in late summer and early autumn. This hardy perennial is an important food plant for Painted Lady caterpillars. In many parts of the world it is still used as a vegetable (steam the leaves and fry the flowers) and of course it is the origin of marshmallow confectionary. Our seeds come with a recipe for you to make your own marshmallow sweets! Price for 25 seeds.
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Growing to 25cm in height, this spreading perennial has a strong minty flavour. The lovely clusters of lilac flowers are particularly attractive to bees and hoverflies: it is reported to deter ants. Usefully it likes damper soil and does not mind disturbance. Price for approximately 100 seeds 0.50
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Strong growing with dark green leaves, it is one of the most popular culinary mints. We would advise you to grow mint in its own pot as all mints like to spread! A perennial Price for 100 seeds
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Dark green, oval, toothed foliage, and arrow-shaped lilac flowers, also known as garden mint this spreads prodigiously – grow in a pot! We think this is the best variety to use for mint sauce and mint jelly. Price for approximately 100 seeds 0.50

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with a lovely strong flavour this is one of our favourite herbs. Use for meat and fish and an absolute must for homemade pizza. This is a perennial Price for 50 seeds
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Growing to 45cm, this variety has grey-green hairy leaves that are highly scented and flavoured, excellent to cook with and a favourite in Mediterranean dishes. Lovely white flowers in summer. Perennial Price for 50 seeds
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Showy deep red-purple serrated leaves with a mild curry like taste. Use for seasoning, colouring, pickling and garnishing. The leaves can be used whole or cut into strips. Price for 50 seeds
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The best of red and green perilla in one plant: the leaves are green on top and ruby red underneath! This variety has slightly larger leaves and a minty-basil scent Price for 50 seeds
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Attractive, crinkled, lime-green leaves, the whole plant has a warm, spicy, somewhat cinnamon scent. Mild in flavour, the leaves have a flavour reminiscent of ginger and can be used fresh in salads. Height to 90cm. Annual Price for 50 seeds
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A fantastic evergreen perennial plant – we have a Rosemary hedge by our own veg plot that gives off such a wonderful smell as we brush by. We even cut sprigs to put on the fire for a lovely aroma. Essential with lamb and many other seasonings. Price for 25 seeds
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Easily grown from seed this is the best known sage for culinary use. Traditionally used in sage and onion stuffing but it is delicious used with roast vegetable dishes. A hardy perennial. Price for 25 seeds
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This is a very decorative plant yet both the leaves and flowers can be used to flavour food and drinks. Traditionally the leaves and seeds were used in fermentation. This is one plant that will look just as at home in your border as in your herb bed. Perennial. Price for 25 seeds.

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The young cucumber flavoured leaves are used, as its name suggests, for salads. It has the added benefit of being an evergreen perennial. Price for 50 seeds
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This is a good companion to beans – the flowers attract pollinators and use the aromatic leaves and young shoots to add a peppery flavouring both to bean dishes, other vegetables and rich meats. This is an annual. Price for 50 seeds
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This is a dwarf perennial plant that can be used in much the same way as Summer Savory. Price for 50 seeds
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This variety will supply you with zesty leaves for adding to your salads. Try shredding a few leaves to mix with fromage frais or mayonnaise for a summer salad dip. Price for 50 seeds
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This is a very traditional herb, the large leaves of which are used in salads but can also be used like spinach in soups. It is a perennial. Price for 50 seeds
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