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  1. 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: €3.95

    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.

  2. 'Cornet de Bordeaux' is a very fine old French variety that produces looser, wavier interior foliage that flares into a veritable cornet.
    €1.75

    'Cornet de Bordeaux' is a very fine old French variety of endive that produces looser, wavier interior foliage that flares into a veritable cornet. The thick, buttery yellow leaves are very succulent and delicious, they have that special thick crunch of Italian endives, but with a sweeter flavour.

  3. Italian Frisée Pancalieri has curly and strongly lobed leaves with a self-bleaching, creamy white interior.

    Endive, Frisée 'Pancalieri’

    Curly-leaved endive
    €1.75
    Italian Frisée Pancalieri resembles a lettuce that has gone horribly awry. With a pale green explosion of frizzy leaves it adds a frisky note to green salads. The large, loose collective head is dark green with a self-bleaching, creamy white interior.
  4. Bronze fennel looks fantastic as a centrepiece for a sunny herb garden, or among tall perennials and grasses.

    Fennel, Bronze Fennel

    Herb Fennel, Bronze Fennel.
    €2.25

    Used in many culinary dishes, the leaves and seeds of Fennel have a sweet aroma and an aniseed flavour. The fine clouds of feathery, bronze-purple leaves are wonderful in the herb garden or among tall perennials and grasses. The foliage acts as a delicate veil through which flower heads of plants can be seen.

  5. 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
    €2.25

    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.

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

    Garlic or Chinese chives, Oriental Garlic, Organic

    Chinese leek, Oriental garlic chives, Ku chai, Koo chye or Gau choy
    €2.75
    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. Organic seed.
  7. Hyssop is an aromatic herb similar to rosemary or lavender which is enjoying a revival with home gardeners.
    €2.00

    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.

  8. It is widely used as a 'taste enhancing' herb in cooking and in teas.
    €2.35

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    Hyssop, once recognised as a medicinal herb is enjoying a revival with home gardeners. An aromatic herb similar to rosemary or lavender, it makes an excellent low hedge and more unusual alternative to box. The plants are a dark, vibrant green with a spiky, upright habit and narrow tongue-like leaves. 'Pink' Hyssop sports vibrant, pink flowers.

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

    Hyssop, Hyssopus officinalis, Blue Hyssop

    Blue Hyssop
    Wildflower of Britain and Ireland
    €1.75

    Hyssop is a strong-flavoured aromatic herb which is enjoying a revival with home gardeners. An ideal plant for use in containers or as a low hedge or border within the herb garden. Highly attractive to bees, it makes excellent honey and is a must for any wildflower garden.

  10. Harvest the leaves for baby leaf, in mixed salads or use steamed like spinach, or the roots can be left to grow like any other beetroot.

    Leaf Beet, Bulls Blood 'Atlanta Deep Red'

    Beet Root or Leaf, Spinach Beet
    €2.50

    Bulls Blood 'Atlanta Red' is a heat tolerant summer variety which holds its magnificent red colour in high temperatures. Used by commercial growers for both baby leaf and mixed salad leaves, this dual purpose variety can be harvested at any stage of growth, use the leaves in salads or steamed like spinach, or the roots can be left to grow like any other beetroot.

  11. This legendary lettuce was first introduced by Peter Henderson & Co. of New York around 1879

    Lettuce 'Henderson's Black Seeded Simpson' Organic

    Loose Leaf Lettuce
    Heritage variety (pre 1879)
    €2.45
    Bright green and crumpled, with very crunchy leaves and an excellent sweet taste, ‘Henderson's Black Seeded Simpson’ is regarded by many as one of the best tasting loose-leaf lettuce varieties available. Fast growing and slow to bolt, it withstands heat, drought, and frost. Harvest for babyleaf or grow to maturity in just 45 days. Organic Seeds.
  12. If you haven’t cooked with Lovage before then you that you are missing out on a very flavourful herb.

    Lovage, Levisticum officinale

    Love Parsley, Mountain Celery

    Regular Price: €1.65

    Special Price €0.90

    Out of stock

    If you haven’t cooked with lovage before then you have missed out on a very flavourful herb. The flavour is distinct and greatly appreciated by food aficionados. Even though some like to compare lovage to celery, it is almost like saying that an apricot tastes like a small peach.

  13. If you haven’t cooked with Lovage before then you that you are missing out on a very flavourful herb.

    Lovage, Levisticum officinale, Organic

    Love Parsley, Mountain Celery
    €1.95
    Lovage is one of the most intriguing and versatile of herbs. Cook with it once and you will not consider missing it again. This perennial herb has a savory character, a wonderful way to anchor a dish with deep, verdant flavour, like adding a bass line to a piece of music. Organic Seed.
  14. Commonly called Malabar Spinach, Basella alba is a vining type of plant that thrives in hot temperatures.

    Malabar Spinach, Basella alba

    Chinese spinach, Saan choy, Pui shak
    €2.35

    Malabar Spinach, is a vining type of plant that thrives in hot temperatures, it is a discovery that is a boon for those of us that love our greens but find the warm days of summer a bit too hot for good growth. It can be grown throughout the summer and can even cope when the heat exceeds 32°C (90°F).

  15. Malabar Spinach, Basella rubra

    Malabar Spinach, Basella rubra

    Chinese spinach, Saan choy, Pui shak
    €2.35

    Commonly called Malabar Spinach, Basella rubra is valued for the brilliant fuchsia-purplish colour of its leaf stems and veins as well as its mild flavour. The leaves are delicious mixed in with other greens in tossed salads. Juicy and crisp, the flavours of citrus and pepper accompany the succulent leaves.

  16. Melothria scabra 'Cucamelon'

    Melothria scabra 'Cucamelon'

    Mouse melon, Mexican miniature watermelon.
    (First described in 1866)
    €2.35

    Is it an exceptionally small cucumber or the world’s cutest watermelon? That is the vexing question. This tiny melon has been creating a buzz. Its unique flavour, with hints of cucumber and lime, its ease of growth, not to mention its productivity, all conspire to recommend this unusual vine to home gardeners looking for something new to add to their menus.

  17. Mitsuba's look and aroma are distinctive, for the herb aficionado or aesthetically motivated cook.

    Mitsuba, Mashimori

    Japanese Parsley
    €2.35

    Mitsuba is a classic seasoning that is very popular in Asian cuisine. Used as both an herb and a salad green and added fresh or cooked to anything from soup to sushi. Mitsuba's look and aroma are distinctive, for the herb aficionado or aesthetically motivated cook, it is a great addition to the gourmet garden.

  18. '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
    €2.00

    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.

  19.  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.

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

    Mustard 'Purple Frills', Organic

    Oriental or Leaf Mustard
    €2.00
    Easy to grow, Mustard Purple Frills is a good-looking plant, the large, red-tinged leaves intensifying to deep burgundy purple in cold weather. It is both ‘cold and bolt’ tolerant and often to be found in the ornamental garden or the potager. Organic Seeds
  21. True to its name, Mustard 'Red Frills' has attractive fringed burgundy-red leaves.

    Mustard 'Red Frills'

    Oriental or Leaf Mustard
    €1.75

    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.

  22. 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
    €2.35

    Out of stock

    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.

  23. Nasturtium 'Blue Pepe'
    €2.45

    Out of stock

    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.

  24. Nigella sativa 'Black Cumin'

    Nigella sativa 'Black Cumin'

    Black caraway, Fennel flower
    €1.85

    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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