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  1. Mugwort is botanically related to tarragon, it is employed as an aromatic culinary herb, such as in stuffing for roasted geese.
    $2.31

    Mugwort has been known since ancient times, with a multitude of medicinal uses. This amazing shrub is closely allied to the Artemisia absinthe and botanically related to tarragon. It has a mellow sage-like aroma. it repels insects and is employed as a natural dye and an aromatic culinary herb.

  2. Musa acuminata

    Musa acuminata

    Dwarf Banana, Chinese Banana
    $2.73

    Out of stock

    The development of bananas is a source of both pride and amazement to those unfamiliar with banana culture. Musa acuminata is a 'dwarf variety' with broad, long, graceful leaves, and is extremely suitable for containers or gardens.

  3. Musa balbisiana

    Musa balbisiana

    It has no common name
    $3.43

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    Musa Balbisiana is a fruit bearing variety and one of the progenitors of the present-day commercial bananas. The clumps of lush, dark foliage make it ideal for creating a jungle landscape. It develops large colourful inflorescence of bright red and maroon.

  4. 'Red Dragon' has broad but heavily indented leaves that are beautifully patterned, with lime green petioles and purple veining

    Mustard 'F1 Red Dragon'

    Oriental or Leaf Mustard
    $1.96

    Upright, fast and frilly, Mustard ‘F1 Red Dragon’ is a mild mustard, bred for fast growth and resistance to bolting with beautifully patterned purple and green, with lime green petioles and purple veining. An excellent choice for early spring right through to late autumn cropping.

  5.  Mustard 'Green Frills' has attractive sweet leaves that are fringed and finely serrated with the tangy flavour of gourmet mustard.

    Mustard 'Green Frills'

    Oriental or Leaf Mustard
    $1.75

    Mustard 'Green Frills' has attractive and sweet leaves that are fringed and finely serrated with the tangy flavour of gourmet mustard. Use it with other salad leaves to create your own bistro salad to suit your tastes. They are fantastic when lightly steamed, stir-fried or sautéed.

  6. Mustard ‘Pizzo’ is a new mustard green with that is beautifully mild flavoured when young and hot once mature.

    Mustard 'Pizzo'

    Oriental or Leaf Mustard
    $1.82

    Mustard ‘Pizzo’ is a new mustard green with that is beautifully mild flavoured when young and hot once mature. The bright green, voluptuous curving leaves are deeply-cut and serrated. They are beautiful as a baby leaf, give volume to winter salads and are very good for bunching.

  7. True to its name, Mustard 'Red Frills' has attractive fringed burgundy-red leaves.

    Mustard 'Red Frills'

    Oriental or Leaf Mustard
    $1.75

    Out of stock

    Leaf mustard comes in an array of shapes and sizes, but if you want colour, choose the beautiful Mustard ‘Red Frills’. True to its name, the attractive and sweet leaves are finely serrated. The fringed burgundy-red leaves add the taste of mustard and horseradish to salads, stir fries and sandwiches.

  8. Mustard ‘Red Giant’ is a vigorous growing broad leaf variety.

    Mustard 'Red Giant'

    Oriental or Leaf Mustard
    $1.75

    Boasting magnificent, savoyed, purple-red leaves edged and veined pale green. Mustard ‘Red Giant’ is a vigorous growing broad leaf variety. Commonly found in mesclun mixes, the leaves are slightly textured and the mild mustard flavour is fresh and zesty.

  9. Mustard ‘Red Giant’ is a vigorous growing broad leaf variety.

    Mustard 'Red Giant', Organic

    Oriental or Leaf Mustard
    $1.96
    Mustard 'Red Giant ' is a good-looking plant, the large, red-tinged leaves intensifying to deep burgundy purple in cold weather. Both ‘cold and bolt’ tolerant and often found in the ornamental garden, it adds colour from autumn right through to spring. Organic seed.
  10. Mustard ‘Wasabi-na’ is a Japanese speciality green mustard bred for its wasabi like flavour.

    Mustard 'Wasabi-na'

    Oriental or Leaf Mustard
    $2.31

    Mustard ‘Wasabi-na’ is a Japanese specialty mustard, bred for its wasabi like flavour. Bolt resistant and hardy, it can be grown almost all year round. Use delicate baby leaves for salad and fresh eating and mature leaves for tsukemono, ohitashi, stir-frying, and pickling.

  11. Mustard Gai Choy is a heading form of mustard. This cultivar goes by a number of names throughout Asia, but is most often known as 'Sher-Li-Hon'.

    Mustard Gai Choy, 'Sher-Li-Hon'

    Heading Mustard, Gai Cai, Kai Choy
    $2.73

    Heading Mustard is a specialty vegetable, prized for its distinctive mild flavour. This cultivar, known as 'Sher-Li-Hon' in Asia produces a longer, looser head than regular Gai Choy, they are tasty, sweet and suitable anywhere you'd like a more tender green with a less assertive flavour than regular mustards.

  12. Nasturtium 'Blue Pepe'
    $1.75

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    Nasturtium 'Blue Pepe' is a unique variety from Europe. A culinary variety, originally bred for the edible blue-green leaves and vivid dark red flowers. The flowers dress up a plate and pair sweetness and spice while the leaves deliver peppery punches.

  13. Cats adore the plant, rolling in nepeta and even eating it.

    Nepeta cataria

    Catnip, Catmint
    $1.61
    Veteran gardeners are probably already aware of nepeta’s versatility in the garden. From its popular partnering with roses to the softening effect it has on hard edges. Nepeta is an ideal perennial for new gardeners and, of course, cats adore it.
  14. A sister variety to the common catmint with a similar habit, but this form has the difference of white flowers and lemon scented foliage.

    Nepeta cataria ssp citriodora

    Lemon Catnip or Catmint
    $1.75

    A sister variety to the common catmint with white flowers and lemon scented foliage. Lemon catnip can be used for herbal teas and makes a good companion plant, the leaves deter aphids and the flowers attract beneficial insects. Easy to grow, it will bloom only five to seven weeks after germination.

  15. Nepeta faassenii is a dwarf catmint with slender spikes of lavender-blue summer flowers.

    Nepeta x faassenii

    Faassen's Catmint, Dwarf Catnip
    $1.75

    Out of stock

    Nepeta faassenii is a dwarf catmint with slender spikes of lavender-blue summer flowers. This clump-forming perennial will form open drifts of hazy blue flowers for weeks and makes a lovely informal edging plant for paths and borders.
  16. Urtica dioica, the Nettle is one of the most useful plants we have.
    $1.89

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    The Stinging Nettle is a very valuable plant, used for food and medicine by traditional cultures for hundreds of years. This wild herb is one of the most useful plants we have. Most useful to the organic gardener they can be used to make nitrogen-rich liquid feed for your plants.

  17. Urtica dioica, the Nettle is one of the most useful plants we have.
    $2.45
    The Stinging Nettle is a very valuable plant, used for food and medicine by traditional cultures for hundreds of years. This wild herb is one of the most useful plants we have. Most useful to the organic gardener they can be used to make nitrogen-rich liquid feed for your plants. Organic Seed.
  18. ‘New Zealand Spinach’ is an interesting alternative that has the virtue of not minding hot weather.

    New Zealand Spinach

    Sea Spinach, Warrigal Greens
    Ancient Crop

    Considered a 'summer spinach' because it thrives in hot, dry weather, ‘New Zealand Spinach’ is an interesting alternative. It is drought-tolerant and doesn’t bolt. It can be eaten raw as a simple salad green or can be cooked like any other spinach and will give succulent leaves throughout the season.

  19. Nigella sativa 'Black Cumin'

    Nigella sativa 'Black Cumin'

    Black caraway, Fennel flower

    We have all heard of Nigella Lawson, the British cooking show goddess who advocates the importance of a well-stocked pantry. But the seeds had the name first. Nigella sativa have a spicy, nutty flavour with a crunchy texture, they may be used whole or ground, and develop their flavour best after short toasting.

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