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  1. Turkish Rocket is a robust, fast-growing plant and a great, herbaceous addition to permaculture projects

    Turkish Rocket

    Bunias orientalis
    €2.22

    Turkish Rocket is a robust, fast-growing plant and a great, herbaceous addition to permaculture projects, it is one of the most hardy and long-lived of all winter salad greens. It is blessedly simple to grow. Easy to raise, never needs weeding or watering and goes on for ever.

  2. The legendary fragrant sweet violet: Viola odorata is often referred to as 'The King of Violets'.

    Viola odorata

    Sweet Violet, Wildflower of Britain and Ireland
    €1.74

    Out of stock

    The legendary fragrant sweet violet: Viola odorata is often referred to as 'The King of Violets', with a beautiful fragrance and also several herbal uses. An excellent wild/woodland garden plant, it can be found near the edges of forests or in clearings.

  3. With spinach-like leaves and long hollow stems, almost all parts of Water Spinach are edible.

    Water Spinach, 'Ong Choy'

    Kong xin cai, Kang kong, Asagaona
    €1.98

    Chinatown's produce stands offer many items that make only fleeting seasonal appearances, often so brief that many chefs scarcely have time to figure out how to cook them properly before they disappear for another year. One example is water spinach, a common vegetable in Asian cuisine.

  4. Wormwood, Artemisia absinthium

    Wormwood, Artemisia absinthium

    Absinthium, Absinthe Wormwood
    €1.98

    Wormwood is best known as the primary ingredient in absinthe, but is also an exceptionally versatile herb. As well as being an attractive plant to look at, this ancient crop has been used for centuries as a moth repellent, general pesticide and as a spray to repel slugs and snails.

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