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  1. The leaves of Basil Bush (as shown at the bottom of the picture) are smaller than Sweet Basil (at the top).
    $1.54

    Basil Bush is a dwarf, compact variety, approximately half the size of sweet basil, it is ideal for planting in pots and probably the easiest basil to grow, it is perfect for the kitchen window sill and for container gardening.The leaves are smaller than sweet basil, with a slightly milder flavour. Tiny white flowers will appear in the summer.

  2. Cinnamon Basil initially it very much resembles sweet basil, but with a cooler flavour.

    Basil, Cinnamon

    Also known as Mexican Spice Basil
    $1.75

    The composition of oils varies greatly in different basil types, thus accounting for the wide range of scents available. True to its name, this Basil has a distinct cinnamon aftertaste, although it initially resembles sweet basil it has a cooler flavour. Use this herb just as you would use sweet basil.

  3. Cinnamon Basil initially it very much resembles sweet basil, but with a cooler flavour.

    Basil, Cinnamon. Organic

    Also known as Mexican Spice Basil
    $1.96
    Cinnamon basil has attractive purple growing tips and pink flowers in summer. This variety is true to its name with a cooler flavour and distinct cinnamon aftertaste. Use this herb just as you would use sweet basil. Organic seed.
  4. Greek Basil, Ocimum minimum is an improved variety of 'Bush'.

    Basil, Greek

    Greek Basil
    $1.33

    Greek Basil is an improved variety of 'Bush'. It has a tight compact growing habit and forms a perfectly spherical bush appearing as though having been pruned. The size and scent make it suitable for growing in virtually any horticultural department:- beds, borders, path edging or even window boxes.

  5. Basil Green Ruffles has gorgeous crinkled leaves that are heavily ruffled and fringed.
    $1.89

    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.

  6. This basil is true to its name, one sniff and one would swear one was in a lemon orchard
    $1.75

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    One sniff and one would swear one was in a lemon orchard. Lemon Basil contains citral and limonene. Mildly flavoured, it initially tastes almost the same as most basils, but with a lovely clean aftertaste. Use it to marinate, grill, finish, or dress, it also makes a wonderfully citrus pesto. Organic Seed.
  7. This rare and tasty basil is freshly citrus scented; it is mild enough to flavour grilled fish and seafood.
    $1.61

    Out of stock

    This rare and tasty basil is freshly citrus scented; it is mild enough to flavour grilled fish and seafood. It works wonders in vinegar in sauces and oils and is a delight on salad. Organic Seed.
  8. Mrs Burns' Lemon has the strongest aroma and flavour of lemon oil of all the lemon basils.

    Basil, Mrs Burns' Lemon

    Mrs. Burn's Lemon Basil
    $2.31
    Mrs Burns' Lemon Basil is a legendary heirloom, nothing short of an idol among fine chefs and gardeners alike. With the strongest aroma and flavour of all the lemon basils, the scent is powerful, resinous, and oily, followed by spicy cinnamon, with a strong floral note. It has a concentrated lemon oil taste, with mild spice and mint.
  9. Purple Ruffles has handsome dark purple-black leaves that are heavily ruffled and fringed.
    $2.03

    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.

  10. 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.

  11. Basil, Sweet Genovese. Organic

    Basil, Sweet Genovese. Organic

    Basil. Heritage (Italian, Pre 1879)
    $1.61
    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.
  12. 'Siam Queen' is a large leaf cultivar of Thai Basil that has been cultivated to provide a distinctive set of traits preferred in Asian cuisine.
    $1.89

    Thai Basil 'Siam Queen' is a large leaf variety that has been cultivated to provide a distinctive set of traits preferred in Asian cuisine. It has an identifiable liquorice flavour not present in sweet basil, and its flavour is more stable under high or extended cooking temperatures than that of sweet basil.

  13. Thai Basil is a cultivar of sweet basil commonly used in the cuisines of Thailand, Vietnam, Cambodia, and Laos.
    $1.75
    Thai Basil is commonly used in the cuisines of Thailand, Vietnam, Cambodia, and Laos. It has has a stronger taste and an identifiable liquorice flavour which is more stable under high or extended cooking temperatures than that of sweet basil. Organic Seed.
  14. 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: $1.75

    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.

  15. Aquadulce is universally recognised as being best hardy broad bean for an autumn sowing.

    Bean: Broad Bean 'Aquadulce'

    Broad Beans, Fava beans or Horse Beans.
    Heritage (Pre 1913)
    $2.31
    Aquadulce is highly prolific and easy to grow, and remains one of the most delicious in terms of flavour and texture. It can be sown anytime from autumn until spring and is universally recognised as being best hardy broad bean for an autumn sowing. RHS AGM
  16. Bunyards Exhibition is the most popular old variety with home gardeners and ideal for children to grow.

    Bean: Broad Bean 'Bunyards Exhibition'

    Broad Beans, Fava beans or Horse Beans
    Heritage (English, pre 1835)
    $2.03

    Out of stock

    “Bunyards Exhibition” broad beans are a favorite of Chefs worldwide and the most popular old variety with home gardeners because of their beautiful colour and unique flavour. This reliable early English white longpod can be sown in autumn in mild areas and successionally sown throughout the spring.

  17. Bean: Broad Bean 'Monica'

    Bean: Broad Bean 'Monica'

    Broad Beans, Fava or Horse Beans.
    $2.17

    Broad Bean 'Monica' is probably the quickest maturing spring sown bean currently available. This vigorous, high yielding variety is ideal for early, mid and late sowings and can be sown as late as May. The plants produce a heavy yield with 5 to 6 very large, succulent white beans in hang down pods.

  18. Broad Bean The Sutton has a bushy dwarf plant habit, ideal for small gardens and very useful exposed locations.

    Bean: Broad Bean 'The Sutton'

    Dwarf variety. Broad Beans, Fava beans.
    Heritage (English)
    $1.89
    Growing to only 40cm tall, The Sutton produces a huge amount of tasty beans for such small plants, it is ideal for small gardens and with beautiful white flowers they would not look out of place if you grew them amongst flowers in a border. RHS AGM
  19. Broad Bean Witkiem is perfect for early sowings in February and for successional sowing through to May. .

    Bean: Broad Bean 'Witkiem'

    Broad Beans, Fava or Horse Beans.
    $2.17
    Broad Bean 'Witkiem' is the most versatile of vegetables and, as Hannibal Lector says it also goes perfectly with a glass of Chianti. Early to mature, it produces a good crop of plump, well filled pods with big tasty beans. Ready to harvest from June into September.
  20. Broad Bean Witkiem is perfect for early sowings in February and for successional sowing through to May. .

    Bean: Broad Bean 'Witkiem' Organic

    Broad Beans, Fava or Horse Beans.
    $2.73
    Broad Bean 'Witkiem' shows excellent tolerance to cold weather and is perfect for early sowings. Early to mature, it is also suited to standard and late sowings and can be sown as late as May. It produces top quality white beans with around five per pod.
  21.  "Borlotto Suprema Nano" is a dwarf variety, it is a lovely tasting and strikingly beautiful bean.

    Bean: French Bean Dwarf 'Borlotto Suprema Nano'

    Dwarf French Bean, Bush variety
    $2.45

    Italy's noble bean grows in cream and claret flecked pods, it is a lovely tasting and strikingly beautiful bean. A dwarf variety growing to just 60cm, Borlotto Suprema is suitable where space is limited, in containers on balconies or as a border plant in small gardens.

  22. Bean 'Maxi' is an outstanding variety producing high yields of 15cm long, slender, stringless pods

    Bean: French Bean Dwarf 'Maxi' Organic

    French Bean, Dwarf French Bean
    $3.15
    This French Bean may be dwarf but , oh la la – do they taste good! 'Maxi' is an outstanding variety producing high yields of long, slender pods that are stringless and full of flavour. Very easy to grow they give superb yields for a small amount of space, outlay and effort.
  23. Bean: French Bean Dwarf 'Purple Queen'

    Bean: French Bean Dwarf 'Purple Queen'

    French Bean, Dwarf Bean

    ‘Purple Queen’ French beans are the sort of fun, sassy crop every stylish gardener wants to grow in their good-looking veg plot. They race up their supports, burst into shocking magenta flower, and then produce hundreds of gorgeous regal purple beans which are a pure pleasure to eat.

  24. French Bean ‘Faraday’ is one of the best, if not the best new Dwarf French Bean to become available for some time.

    Bean: French Bean, Dwarf 'Faraday'

    French Bean, Dwarf French Bean
    $2.31

    French Bean ‘Faraday’ is one of the best, if not the best new Dwarf French Bean to become available for some time. A white bean variety that have excellent flavour, it produces extremely tender, uniform long, dark-green pencil pods. Harvest from late May right through to September.

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