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Angelica (B)
Angelica (B)
A tall, ornamental herb with attractive flowers and hollow stems. Roots and leaves are also edible.

Sow: direct May to Jun
Harvest: see cultivation notes
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Minimum 20 Angelica Seeds
Angelica (B)£0.95
Anise (A)
Anise (A)
Anise, or aniseed, has pretty white flowers and is grown mainly for it's delicious liquorice-flavoured seeds.

Sow: in Spring, direct or under cover
Harvest: seeds in Autumn
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Minimum 40 Anise Seeds
Anise (A)£0.95
Basil, Bush (A)
Basil, Bush (A)
A dwarf variety with a compact habit and leaves around half the size of genovese. Mild, sweet flavour.

Sow: indoors from Mar to Jun
Harvest: leaves regularly
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Minimum 40 Basil Seeds
Basil, Bush (A)£0.95
Basil, Cinnamon (A)
Basil, Cinnamon (A)
A sweet basil from Mexico, with gorgeous cinnamon flavoured and scented leaves and flowers.

Sow: indoors from Mar to Jun
Harvest: leaves regularly
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Minimum 40 Basil Seeds
Basil, Cinnamon (A)£0.95
Basil, Lemon (A)
Basil, Lemon (A)
Bright green leaves which add a sweet and fresh tangy lemon aroma and flavour to dishes.

Sow: indoors from Mar to Jun
Harvest: leaves regularly
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Minimum 40 Basil Seeds
Basil, Lemon (A)£0.95
Basil, Lettuce Leaf (A)
Basil, Lettuce Leaf (A)
Traditional flavour and scent but with larger attractive, wavy lettuce-like leaves. Perfect for salads.

Sow: indoors from Mar to Jun
Harvest: leaves regularly
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Minimum 40 Basil Seeds
Basil, Lettuce Leaf (A)£0.95
Basil, Purple Ruffles (A)
Basil, Purple Ruffles (A)
As if the gorgeous colour and fringed leaves aren't enough, this basil variety is also highly aromatic.

Sow: indoors from Mar to Jun
Harvest: leaves regularly
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Minimum 40 Basil Seeds
Basil, Purple Ruffles (A)£0.95
Basil, Lime (A)
Basil, Lime (A)
Small, dark leaves which add a citrusy aroma and flavour to salads and dressings.

Sow: indoors from Mar to Jun
Harvest: leaves regularly
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Minimum 40 Basil Seeds
Basil, Lime (A)£0.95
Basil, Sweet (A)
Basil, Sweet (A)
Sweet Genovese
Large, glossy, green leaves with excellent flavour.

Sow: indoors from Mar to Jun
Harvest: leaves regularly
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Minimum 40 Basil Seeds
Basil, Sweet (A)£0.95
Basil, Thai (A)
Basil, Thai (A)
Slightly spicy with a hint of liquorice, Thai basil withstands cooking far better than other varieties.

Sow: indoors from Mar to Jun
Harvest: leaves regularly
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Minimum 40 Basil Seeds
Basil, Thai (A)£0.95
Borage (A)
Borage (A)
Beautiful, decorative, edible blue flowers which are perfect dunked in drinks and scattered on salads.

Sow: Apr to Jul
Harvest: Jun to Oct
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Minimum 20 Borage Seeds
Borage (A)£0.95
Burnet Salad (P)
Burnet Salad (P)
Slightly bitter, cucumber flavoured leaves which are delicious in salads and, as an evergreen perennial, are particularly useful in winter.

Sow: Spring
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Minimum 40 Burnet Seeds
Burnet Salad (P)£0.95
Calendula (A)
Calendula (A)

A bright hardy annual with gorgeous, edible flowers. Also makes a great cut flower.

Sow: indoors, Spring or Autumn
Sow: outdoors May
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Minimum 20 Calendula Seeds
Calendula (A)£0.95
Caraway (A)
Caraway (A)

A pretty herb with fern-like leaves and plentiful white flowers. Mainly grown for seeds but both roots and leaves are also edible.

Sow: Spring or Autumn
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Minimum 40 Caraway Seeds
Caraway (A)£0.95
Celery Leaf (B)
Celery Leaf (B)
Produces lots of leaf instead of thick stems. Great flavour for use in salads, soups and stews and you'll get lots of delicious seeds too.

Sow: Mar - June
Harvest: Jul - Oct
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Minimum 40 Celery Leaf Seeds
Celery Leaf (B)£0.95
Chamomile (A)
Chamomile (A)
Hardy annual with delicate, feathery leaves and tiny, daisy-like aromatic flowers. Makes a wonderfully relaxing herbal tea.

Sow: mid to late Spring
Harvest: flowers when fully open
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Minimum 60 Chamomile Seeds
Chamomile (A)£0.95
Chervil (A)
Chervil (A)
Delicate, fern-like leaves with a sweet, subtle flavour and a hint of aniseed; a constituent of the French fines herbes.

Sow: Mar to Aug
Harvest: leaves after 6-8 weeks
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Minimum 40 Chervil Seeds
Chervil (A)£0.95
Chives (P)
Chives (P)
Schmitt
Hardy perennial which adds a delicious mild onion flavour to a variety of dishes.

Sow indoors: from Mar
Sow outdoors: from late Apr
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Minimum 40 Chive Seeds
Chives (P)£0.95
Chives, Garlic (P)
Chives, Garlic (P)
Flat leaves and attractive white pom-pom blossoms, both of which add a lovely, delicate garlic flavour to fish dishes, pasta and salads.

Sow: Feb-Mar under cover or Apr-Aug direct in the soil.
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Minimum 20 Garlic Chive Seeds
Chives, Garlic (P)£0.95
Clary Sage (B)
Clary Sage (B)
A medicinal herb, also known as Eyebright, with gorgeous aromatic leaves and decorative flower bracts. A biennial, clary sage will grow to a height of 60cm.

Sow: Mar-Apr
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Minimum 40 Clary Sage Seeds
Clary Sage (B)£0.95
Coriander (A)
Coriander (A)
A very popular, aromatic herb with excellent flavour. This variety, filtro, is very slow to bolt so will produce masses of leaves.

Sow: Mar to Aug
Harvest: regularly Jun to Nov
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Minimum 40 Coriander Seeds
Coriander (A)£0.95
Dandelion (P)
Dandelion (P)
A hardy perennial, this cultivated variety, as against the weed we continually try to banish from the lawn, has slender young leaves prized for their medicinal qualities.

Sow: Apr - May
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Minimum 40 Dandelion Seeds
Dandelion (P)£0.95
Dill (A)
Dill (A)
Tetra
A pretty annual culinary herb with feathery foliage and a subtle mild aniseed flavour.

Sow: Mar to Jul
Harvest: Jun to Sep
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Minimum 40 Dill Seeds
Dill (A)£0.95
Echinacea (P)
Echinacea (P)
Purpurea
Purple coneflower. Pretty daisy-like border and cut flower whose roots have medicinal properties.

Sow: late Spring
Harvest: from 2nd year
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Minimum 40 Echinacea Seeds
Echinacea (P)£0.95
Fennel (P)
Fennel (P)
An aromatic herb with aniseed flavoured leaves and seeds.

Sow: mid Spring
Harvest: leaves at any time;
seed heads when formed.
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Minimum 40 Fennel Seeds
Fennel (P)£0.95
Fennel, Bronze (P)
Fennel, Bronze (P)
A large herb with attractive bronze-coloured feathered foliage.

Sow: Apr - Jun
Harvest: leaves at any time
after plant reaches 30cm.
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Minimum 20 Bronze Fennel Seeds
Fennel, Bronze (P)£0.95
Feverfew (P)
Feverfew (P)
Medicinal herb with daisy-like aromatic flowers which can also be dried and added to pot pourri.

Sow: Early to mid-Spring
Harvest: Jul to Oct
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Minimum 40 Feverfew Seeds
Feverfew (P)£0.95
Hyssop (P)
Hyssop (P)
A pretty, aromatic and medicinal herb loved by bees & butterflies. Young leaves can also be used for flavouring.

Sow: Feb-Jun
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Minimum 40 Hyssop Seeds
Hyssop (P)£0.95
Lavender (P)
Lavender (P)
English

An attractive, hardy, evergreen shrub with pretty scented lilac flowers for culinary or cosmetic use.

Sow: Spring or Autumn
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Minimum 40 Lavender Seeds
Lavender (P)£0.95
Lemon Balm (P)
Lemon Balm (P)

A hardy perennial with leaves tasting and smelling of gorgeous zingy lemon. Highly attractive to bees.

Sow: Mar-Apr or Sep-Oct
Harvest: best prior to flowering
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Minimum 40 Lemon Balm Seeds
Lemon Balm (P)£0.95
Lovage (P)
Lovage (P)
A big herb with a big flavour; a mix of celery and parsley, with a touch of curry and a hint of lemon? Easy to cultivate and very hardy.

Sow: Mar-May
Harvest: May-Nov
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Minimum 20 Lovage Seeds
Lovage (P)£0.95
Marjoram (A)
Marjoram (A)
A small, bushy plant, with superb flavour for culinary use. Perfect for keeping indoors on a sunny sill.

Sow: year round indoors
Remove flowers in order to prolong leaf harvest
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Minimum 40 Marjoram Seeds
Marjoram (A)£0.95
Mint (P)
Mint (P)
Peppermint
Dark green leaves with tiny pink flowers and a cool mint flavour.

Sow: Mar - Apr
Harvest: sparingly in first year
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Minimum 60 Mint Seeds
Mint (P)£0.95
Oregano (P)
Oregano (P)
Excellent flavour and a must for pizza! Can be grown in a pot indoors.

Sow: indoors in March,
outdoors from April
Remove flowers for a long harvest
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Minimum 40 Oregano Seeds
Oregano (P)£0.95
Purslane
Purslane
Summer
A half-hardy annual, with fleshy, slightly crunchy leaves. Fairly high in omega-3 fatty acids. Save 20%!

SOW: Mar - Jul
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Minimum 40 Purslane Seeds
Purslane£0.95
Rosemary (P)
Rosemary (P)
A decorative evergreen shrub with beautifully scented silvery-green leaves & tiny purple flowers.

Sow: under glass Spring/Autumn
Harvest: newish, softer stems
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Minimum 40 Rosemary Seeds
Rosemary (P)£0.95
Sage (P)
Sage (P)
Common
A fairly hardy perennial shrub, with velvety grey-green foliage & purple blue flowers.

Sow: indoors Autumn or Spring
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Minimum 20 Sage Seeds
Sage (P)£0.95
Savory, Summer (A)
Savory, Summer (A)
A hardy annual with sweet, slightly peppery leaves which are also great for vinegars and oils.

Sow: early to late Spring
Harvest: Jun-Oct
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Minimum 40 Summer Savory Seeds
Savory, Summer (A)£0.95
Savory, Winter (P)
Savory, Winter (P)
With a stronger flavour, the winter variety is a hardy, dwarf perennial with semi-evergreen leaves.

Sow: Mar - Aug
Harvest: Apr - Nov
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Minimum 40 Winter Savory Seeds
Savory, Winter (P)£0.95
Sorrel, French (P)
Sorrel, French (P)
Tangy, lemon flavoured leaves traditionally used like spinach or scattered in salads.

Sow: Apr-Jun
Harvest: from Jul
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Minimum 40 French Sorrel Seeds
Sorrel, French (P)£0.95
St Johns Wort (P)
St Johns Wort (P)
Medicinal herb with small yellow flowers said to have antibacterial and pain easing qualities.

Sow: Spring or Autumn
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Minimum 60 St Johns Wort Seeds

St Johns Wort (P)£0.95
Tansy (P)
Tansy (P)
Fern-like leaves & yellow button flowers which can be dried & added to pot pourri. Natural insect-repellent.

Sow: Spring or Autumn
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Minimum 40 Tansy Seeds

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Thyme (P)
Thyme (P)
Hardy, compact, evergreen perennial shrub. Highly attractive to bees and butterflies.

Sow: indoors in March or April
Harvest: sparingly in first year
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Minimum 40 Thyme Seeds
Thyme (P)£0.95
Yarrow (P)
Yarrow (P)
A medicinal herb with long stems (up to 1m), feathery leaves and pretty white or pink flower heads. A wonderful, yet under-used, herb.

Sow: Autumn and Spring
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Minimum 40 Yarrow Seeds
Yarrow (P)£0.95
Catnip (P)
Catnip (P)
Also known as catmint, this herb is adored by our feline friends and can also be enjoyed as a herbal tea.

Sow: Mar - Jun
Harvest: as required
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Minimum 60 Catnip Seeds
Catnip (P)£0.95

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