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  1. This reddish-purple tinted plant exudes a delicious, sweet, clove-like aroma.

    Basil: Holy Basil, Tulsi, Sacred Basil

    Shyama Tulsi, Krishna Tulsi, Dark Tulsi

    Starting at: $1.54

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    Holy basil, also called Tulsi or Sacred Basil is an ancient variety. It has highly aromatic, narrow oval leaves and pink flowers with a perfumed fragrance. This reddish-purple tinted plant exudes a delicious, sweet, clove-like aroma. The hotter the summer, the deeper the purple.

  2. 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
    $2.17
    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.
  3. 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
    $2.24

    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.

  4. 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
    $1.96

    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.

  5. 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: $1.75

    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.

  6. Caraway, Carum carvi

    Caraway, Carum carvi

    Meridian Fennel or Persian Cumin
    $1.75

    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.

  7. Cardamon, Amomum subulatum
    $2.73

    Out of stock

    Amomum subulatum the cardamon or cardamom plant is native to damp, forested valleys from the eastern Himalayas to central China. It won't yield enough pods for a bountiful crop of the spice, but makes an interesting conversation piece and a satisfying challenge for the adventurous gardener.

  8. Leaf Celery was used centuries ago in Europe and the Orient, where its ancestor was known as 'smallage'.

    Celery, 'Cutting Leaf Celery'

    Cutting or Soup Celery. Chinese Kintsai
    $1.33

    Cutting celery or Leaf celery is the type that is used in Europe. It looks similar to parsley but tastes like regular stalk celery, but with a slightly stronger, herbier taste. It is a darker green, with thin, rounded, flexible stalks and curly, aromatic leaves; it is much easier to grow than its big brother.

  9. Cutting Leaf Celery 'Par-Cel' has curled leaves resembling curled parsley with the flavour of celery
    $2.03

    While there are now several varieties of leaf celery, one of the most popular is Par-Cel. Resembling curled parsley with the flavour of celery., this Dutch heirloom can be difficult to find in most grocers. Originated from Holland, it was dispersed by German settlers, which is why it is also known as Zwolsche Krul.

  10. This new red stemmed variety of cutting leaf celery is lovely in container gardens and small herb gardens.

    Celery, Cutting Leaf Celery, 'Red Stem'

    Red Soup Celery or Red Chinease Celery 'Kintsai'
    $1.54

    European Cutting Celery is a little obscure and largely misunderstood, but evoking curiosity. Unsurprisingly, it's the home gardeners who are leading the way. New to the market, 'Red Stem' is a lovely variety that is very easy to grow, and true to its name has beautiful red stems.

  11. Take a walk on the mild side with delicate, subtle, elegant Chervil.

    Chervil 'Fijne Krul', Organic

    Herb of Joy, Gourmet's Parsley.
    $2.45
    Take a walk on the mild side with delicate, subtle, elegant Chervil. 'Fijne Krul', or 'Fine Curled' Chervil has been cultivated in France for centuries, known as Cerfeuil it is swirled, whisked and folded into classic French dishes, but it's much too good to leave to the other side of the Channel. Organic Seed.
  12. Take a walk on the mild side with delicate, subtle, elegant Chervil.

    Chervil Curled

    Herb of Joy, Gourmet's Parsley.
    $1.75

    Chervil is an herb for the connoisseur of fine flavours and fragrances, and as you might expect from its refined appearance, chervil tastes mild and subtle, a little like parsley, but with a sophisticated yet gentle, aniseedy warmth. It is one of the French fab four of flavour in a fines herbes.

  13. "Massa" is a dark green Chervil selection with smooth leaves and good plant vigour.

    Chervil, Plain Leaf 'Massa'

    Brusseler Winter
    $1.75

    Chervil 'Massa' has a sophisticated yet gentle, aniseedy warmth. It is a dark green selection with smooth leaves and good plant vigour, it has better cold tolerance than standard Chervil and is used for autumn sowings, it also bolts much later.

  14. Allium schoenoprasum are the chives most used for culinary purposes.
    $1.75

    ‘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.

  15. Chives are easily raised from seed; they will soon produce strong clumps that grow to 30cm in height.
    $1.47

    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.

  16. Chives have a delicious, mild onion flavour.
    $1.61
    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.
  17. Coriander isn't a hard plant to grow, and given how expensive herbs and spices tend to be, it’s well worth it

    Coriander, Cilantro 'Slobolt'

    Chinese, Mexican or Indian Parsley
    $1.75

    Coriander 'Slobolt' is a variety for leaf production that is resistant to bolting and running to seed. It isn't a hard plant to grow and of course, fresh herbs and spices have far better flavours than dried ones. Home grown herbs are infinitely superior, the difference can be quite startling.

  18. Coriander isn't a hard plant to grow, and given how expensive herbs and spices tend to be, it’s well worth it

    Coriander, Cilantro 'Slobolt' Organic

    Chinese, Mexican or Indian Parsley
    $1.75
    Most gardeners appreciate that home grown herbs are infinitely superior, but try growing Coriander - the difference can be quite startling. 'Slobolt' is a variety for leaf production that performs well under organic production techniques and is resistant to running to seed. Organic Seed.
  19. Confetti is a unique Coriander producing fine, distinctive, feathery leaves, which are full of the distinctive coriander taste but with increased sweetness.

    Coriander, Cilantro, 'Confetti'

    Chinese, Mexican or Indian Parsley
    $1.96
    'Confetti' is a unique Coriander producing fine, distinctive, feathery leaves, which are full of the distinctive coriander taste but with increased sweetness. Early to mature and slow to bolt it is ideal for use as cut and come again baby leaf, salad leaf or as a mature plant.
  20. Coriander “Leisure” has been bred for large, flavoursome leaf production. This variety is extra slow bolting and is great for hot weather regions.

    Coriander, Cilantro, 'Leisure'

    Chinese, Mexican or Indian Parsley
    $1.54

    Coriander 'Leisure' has been bred specifically for large, flavoursome leaf production, a particularly fine variety of superb quality. Extra slow bolting, it is particularly suited to hot weather regions. It is an excellent herb for slightly shaded areas, is very easy to grow and makes a good window box herb.

  21. Coriander Santo is probably the best variety of coriander for leaf production as the plant combines very slow bolting with an upright habit and excellent flavour.

    Coriander, Cilantro, 'Santo'

    Chinese, Mexican or Indian Parsley
    $1.75

    Coriander is not one of the world's favourite flavourings, it's two of them. This dual purpose herb is grown both for its seeds or fresh young leaves. 'Santo' is probably the best variety of coriander for leaf production as the plant combines very slow bolting with an upright habit and excellent flavour.

  22. Coriander Santo is probably the best variety of coriander for leaf production as the plant combines very slow bolting with an upright habit and excellent flavour.

    Coriander, Cilantro, 'Santo' Organic

    Chinese, Mexican or Indian Parsley
    $1.89
    Coriander 'Santo' is considered a benchmark variety for field grown coriander. Probably the best variety for leaf production, the plant combines very slow bolting with an upright habit and excellent flavour. If you use coriander in any recipe, you would never regret planting and harvesting your own. Organic Seeds.
  23. Costmary is one of the most interesting and complex of herbs.

    Costmary, Tanacetum balsamita

    Herbe Sainte-Marie, Alecost
    $2.45

    Native to the eastern Mediterranean, Costmary leaves have an aroma which has been described as like garden mint with hints of balsam. Costmary is one of the most interesting and complex of all herbs, it can be used for many purposes, culinary, medicinal aromatherapy or ornamental.

  24. Cress: Watercress

    Cress: Watercress

    European watercress.
    $1.75

    Watercress has risen to a starring role in elaborate culinary preparations and is as beneficial for the health as much as the palate. This highly nutritious aquatic herb has a lovely mustardy bite most commonly served raw as a garnish or as part of a salad.

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