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  1. Alexanders, Smyrnium olusatrum

    Alexanders, Smyrnium olusatrum

    Alisanders, Black Lovage
    Wildflower of Britain and Ireland
    €2.10

    Out of stock

    Alexanders are an ancient food source, cultivated for many centuries. This biennial wild flower, with dark green, shiny leaves and umbels of yellow-green flowers can be grown as an ornamental or can be put to use as a culinary herb or spice, the flavour is said to be similar to myrrh.

  2. Basil Green Ruffles has gorgeous crinkled leaves that are heavily ruffled and fringed.
    €1.56

    With handsome heavily ruffled and fringed leaves, Basil 'Green Ruffles' deserves a place in your kitchen garden and makes an excellent contrast plant in the border. The leaves are full of flavour, aromatic when crushed and are especially fine for herb vinegars and for garnishing.

  3. Purple Ruffles has handsome dark purple-black leaves that are heavily ruffled and fringed.
    €1.62

    Purple Ruffles is probably the prettiest of basils, if not of all herbs. While it deserves a place in your kitchen garden, it also makes an excellent contrasting plant in a border. Tempting though it is to admire your plant, one taste will have you tearing the leaves of by the armful.

  4. Sweet Genovese is a delicate herb with an intense, spicy-sweet, aroma and a slight anise-like undertone.

    Basil, Sweet Genovese

    Basil, Heritage (Italian, Pre 1879)

    Sweet Genovese is often associated with Italian cuisine. Basil is native to the region surrounding the Mediterranean Sea. This delicate herb has with an intense, spicy-sweet, aroma and a slight anise-like undertone. It is THE Basil for pesto and a wonderful companion plant.

  5. Basil, Sweet Genovese. Organic

    Basil, Sweet Genovese. Organic

    Basil. Heritage (Italian, Pre 1879)
    €1.14
    Sweet Genovese is often associated with Italian cuisine. Basil is native to the region surrounding the Mediterranean Sea. This delicate herb has with an intense, spicy-sweet, aroma and a slight anise-like undertone. Organic Seed.
  6. Bean: Runner Bean 'Firestorm'
    €3.06
    With fewer bees and drier summers, runner bean crops have been recently been unpredictable. Runner Bean 'Firestorm' is the first self-fertile scarlet-flowered runner bean. They set well even in poor weather or high temperatures and produce prolific, smooth pods that are tender and stringless.
  7. Runner Bean 'Lady Di' is an exceptional scarlet-flowered variety that produces long, slim blemish-free pods of exceptional quality.
    €2.34
    Runner bean 'Lady Di' is an exceptional variety that produces long pods of exceptional quality. The long, slender beans are slow to develop seeds, meaning the pods can stay on the plant for longer before they become tough, giving you more time to harvest them.
  8. Blue flowers are always welcome in the garden: Borage often flowers lavishly about 8 weeks after sowing.

    Borage, Blue, Borago officinalis, Organic

    Starflower, Bee Bread, Blue Borage
    €1.86
    The beautiful blue star-shaped flowers of Borage are edible with a cool cucumber flavour. Use them as garnish in fruit cups, summer drinks, wines and Pimms. Garden visitors can be converted to herbal advocates simply by offering a taste of its flower! Organic Seeds.
  9. Not so well known is the beautiful white form of Borage with pure white flowers.

    Borage, Borago officinalis alba, White Borage

    Starflower, Bee Bread, White Borage
    €1.92

    The herb borage is a well known annual. Not so well known is the equally beautiful form 'alba' which boast pure white, perfectly star-shaped flowers. Each flower is centred by five black stamens which heighten the drama. The flowers are edible, garden visitors can be converted to herbal advocates simply by offering a taste of its white flower.

  10. The herb borage is a well known annual with beautiful sky blue flowers and succulent foliage.

    Borage, Borago officinalis, Blue and White Mix

    Starflower, Bee Bread, White Borage
    €1.68

    The herb borage is a well known annual with beautiful blue flowers. Not so well known and not often written about is the equally beautiful form 'alba' which boast pure white, perfectly star-shaped flowers. This mixed pack of seeds gives both blue and white forms.

  11. Blue flowers are always welcome in the garden: Borage often flowers lavishly about 8 weeks after sowing.

    Borage, Borago officinalis, Blue Borage

    Starflower, Bee Bread, Blue Borage

    Starting at: €1.50

    Borage is one of the most reliable sources of blue flowers, often flowering lavishly for weeks after sowing. The beautiful blue star-shaped flowers are edible and very important for bees, providing pollen and nectar in prodigious amounts.

  12. Calendula is prolific and durable, it is easy to grow and can be simply sown where it is to flower

    Calendula officinalis

    Pot Marigold, English Marigold. Herb Marigold

    Starting at: €1.14

    Cheerful and bright, use Calendula in beds, borders or containers. Calendula is prolific and durable, and like most hardy annuals it is easy to grow, simply sow where it is to flower. It is currently one of the top herbs used for medicinal use. Sprinkle salads and decorate cakes with the edible tangy petals.

  13. Caraway, Carum carvi

    Caraway, Carum carvi

    Meridian Fennel or Persian Cumin
    €1.44

    Caraway is an incredibly useful plant. The seeds are used as a culinary spice and for medicinal purposes, the leaves can be eaten in salads and the roots cooked as a root vegetable. With feathery, delicate foliage the plant is lovely in the garden border and is a very useful companion plant in the vegetable garden.

  14. Looking a little like cow parsley but prettier and less brutish, Caraway is a widely used and incredibly useful plant.

    Caraway, Carum carvi, Organic

    Meridian Fennel or Persian Cumin
    €1.80
    Looking a little like cow parsley but prettier and less brutish, Caraway is a widely used and incredibly useful plant, whether it is in the kitchen, the vegetable garden, the garden border or in the vase. Organic Seed.
  15. Allium schoenoprasum are the chives most used for culinary purposes.
    €1.32

    ‘Fine-leaved’ chives have a delicious, mild onion flavour. They keep their slender shape and do not get course or tough with age. The narrow linear leaves are snipped and used primarily fresh, stirred into uncooked foods, such as soft cheeses or salads.

  16. Chives are easily raised from seed; they will soon produce strong clumps that grow to 30cm in height.
    €1.14

    These easy to grow chives are one of the famous fines herbes of French cuisine. Easily raised from seed, they are perennial bulbs that spread to form neat tufted clumps, ideal for edging beds and paths. They are particularly attractive when in flower and are a favourite of bees and other pollinating insects.

  17. Chives have a delicious, mild onion flavour.
    €1.32
    The organic version of the easy to grow chives. These are one of the famous fines herbes of French cuisine. They are a good source of vitamins A and C, and are also said to stimulate the appetite and strengthen the stomach. Organic Seed.
  18. Whether you are into the culinary arts or edible landscapes, you may want to put this plant at the top of your list.
    Whether you are into the culinary arts or edible landscapes, you may want to put this plant at the top of your list. Chosen by the RHS as one of the top plants of the last 200 years, Cardoons are aristocrats in both the ornamental and the vegetable world.
  19. Whether you are into the culinary arts or edible landscapes, you may want to put this plant at the top of your list.
    €2.34
    If you're an adventurous gardener, cook, or gastronome, then you'll want to grow cardoons. In summer, tall flower stems which are topped with large blue-violet blooms. A dramatic statement in the flower border and a flavour that is truly unique in the vegetable world.
  20. This fabulous range can be grown anywhere, Very easy to grow, whether you have a garden the size of a tennis court or a teacup, a formal potager or allotment,

    Starting at: €4.74

    This fabulous range of Edible Flowers and Herbs give decorative petals and leaves for use as garnishes and flavourings. Some are spicy, and some herbaceous, while others are floral and fragrant, the range is surprising. They will bring a stunning finish to the food and drinks you that you love.

  21. The plant has a distinctive growth habit with strap-shaped leaves unlike either onion or garlic.

    Garlic or Chinese chives, Oriental Garlic

    Chinese leek, Oriental garlic chives, Ku chai, Koo chye or Gau choy
    €1.56

    A relatively new vegetable in the English-speaking world but well-known in Asian cuisine, the flavour of garlic chives is more like garlic than chives, though much milder. Both leaves and the stalks of the flowers are used a stir fry ingredient. The flowers may also be used as a spice.

  22. Proponents of alfalfa describe it as a wonder crop.

    Green Manure 'Alfalfa'

    Lucerne. Green Manure or Cover Crop

    Starting at: €2.10

    Proponents of alfalfa describe it as a wonder crop. As a green manure, alfalfa can be grown for a few months or a year. The plants are able to fix large quantities of nitrogen from the air, its long roots break up soil pans, prevent erosion and improve soil and water quality.

  23. Hyssop is an aromatic herb similar to rosemary or lavender which is enjoying a revival with home gardeners.

    Hyssop, Blue Hyssop, Hyssopus officinalis, Organic

    Blue Hyssop
    Wildflower of Britain and Ireland
    €2.10
    Hyssop famously attracts bees, hover-flies and butterflies. It makes excellent honey and is a must for any wildflower garden. Some beekeepers rub the hive with it to encourage the bees to keep to their home. In cooking, use the same way you would Rosemary. Organic Seed.
  24. Hyssop is an aromatic herb similar to rosemary or lavender which is enjoying a revival with home gardeners.
    €1.98

    Hyssopus officinalis 'Alba' is a much less well known variety of hyssop. Also known as 'White Hyssop' the plants sport bright white flowers from July to October. Widely used as a 'taste enhancing' herb or wildlife plant, the plants are a dark, vibrant green with a spiky, upright habit and narrow tongue-like leaves which have a peppery scent when stroked.

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