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  1. Meraviglia d'Inverno is truly a ‘Marvel of Winter’, it is a beautiful butterhead lettuce that is very resistant to cold.

    Lettuce 'Meraviglia d'Inverno'

    Marvel of Winter, Butterhead, Winter variety.

    Starting at: €1.74

    Lettuce Meraviglia d'Inverno is truly a ‘Marvel of Winter’, it is from one of the coldest regions of Italy and is hardy to around minus 10°C (14°F). Compact and tender, it will stand in perfect condition right through winter and can be harvested from September right through to March.

  2. With perfect rosette shaped heads, the loosely formed leaves are deep green kissed with ruby red accents at the leaf tips.

    Lettuce 'Rougette de Montpellier'

    Mini Butterhead, aka Rougette Du Midi
    Heritage (France)
    €1.68

    Rougette de Montpellier, a mini butterhead with perfect rosette shaped heads, has the soft, tender, butter-textured leaves with sweet, succulent flavour typical of Butterhead lettuces. Very hardy and resistant to frost, the loosely formed leaves are deep green kissed with ruby red accents at the leaf tips.

  3. Lettuce 'Suzan' is a traditional butterhead, the heads are tightly-packed and the hearts are fleshy and tasty.

    Lettuce 'Suzan', Organic

    Butterhead Lettuce. Summer Lettuce variety
    €1.74
    Lettuce 'Suzan' is a traditional butterhead, the heads are tightly-packed and the hearts are fleshy and tasty. This very reliable variety can be sown from February and throughout the summer. It holds well in warmer temperatures without bolting so there is a long window of opportunity for harvesting. Organic Seed.
  4. 'Wintercrop' is a tasty butterhead type lettuce with large, tight hearts.

    Lettuce 'Wintercrop' Organic

    Butterhead, Winter Lettuce variety.
    €2.22
    'Wintercrop' is a tasty butterhead type lettuce that is harvested in spring from an autumn sowing. Resistant to cold, wet conditions and suitable for winter use under glass or for polytunnels, sow from September to October at fortnightly intervals to ensure a regular supply. Organic Seed.
  5. The liquorice plant is a legume and is native to the Mediterranean.

    Liquorice, Glycyrrhiza glabra

    European Liquorice or Licorice (U.S.)

    Liquorice has been grown in England since the Dark Ages. The fresh root is bright yellowish brown, soft and pliable, it is harvested in the autumn and is dried for later use. The aroma is strongly reminiscent of anise or fennel. The taste is dominantly sweet, warm and medical.

  6. The liquorice plant is a legume and is native to the Mediterranean.

    Liquorice, Glycyrrhiza glabra, Organic

    European Liquorice or Licorice (U.S.)
    €3.54
    The liquorice plant has a very long history of use both as a medicine and as flavouring. The soft and pliable roots have an aroma strongly reminiscent of anise or fennel. The taste is dominantly sweet, warm and medical. Organic Seed.
  7. 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
    €1.32

    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.

  8. 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
    €1.86
    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.
  9. Fresh marjoram leaves smell a little like basil while in flavour they are rather like thyme, but sweeter and more scented.
    €1.50
    Fresh marjoram leaves smell a little like basil while in flavour they are rather like thyme, but sweeter and more scented. The leaves have a mild flavour and are most often used in recipes of French or English origin. It is also an excellent herb for drying. Organic Seed.
  10. Sweet Marjoram is an essential culinary herb and fresh or dried, no cook should ever be without it.

    Marjoram, Sweet Marjoram

    Summer Marjoram
    €1.56

    Members of the oregano family are an essential plant for a well-stocked, sunny herb garden. Fragrant and very decorative, Sweet Marjoram is an essential culinary herb, good with veal, beef, lamb, roast poultry and fish. The leaves are best used fresh, as their flavour is sweeter and milder.

  11. Sweet Marjoram is an essential culinary herb and fresh or dried, no cook should ever be without it.
    €1.74
    Sweet Marjoram is an essential culinary herb and fresh or dried, no cook should ever be without it. It is wonderfully aromatic with a mild oregano flavour with a hint of balsam. Fresh or dried, it is good with veal, beef, lamb, roast poultry and fish. Organic Seed.
  12. Mint, 'Peppermint' Mentha x piperita
    €1.74

    Peppermint is a perennial favorite for many people, it has high menthol content and its refreshing taste is uplifting and cleansing. Popular for infusions and a favourite among herbal tea drinkers, it is one of the easiest herbs to grow yourself. Get creative and include in Schnapps, Mint Juleps or Mojitos!

  13. Minutina, 'Erba Stella'

    Minutina, 'Erba Stella'

    Herba Stella, Bucks Horn
    €1.50

    Minutina, also known as Erba Stella is a unique, cold weather salad green prized in Italy for its mild nutty flavour and crunchy texture. This perennial can be grown all winter in temperate climates. With a mild nutty flavour and crunchy texture it is a great addition to salad mixes or for stir-frying.

  14. Monarda fistulosa 'Bergamot'

    Monarda fistulosa 'Bergamot'

    Bee Balm, Oswego Tea, Horsemint
    €1.74

    Monarda fistulosa, also known as Bergamot is famed for its medicinal qualities. While in the perennial border these lovely plants produce a mass of mauve-purple blooms (even in their first year from an early sowing) and have uniquely scented foliage. Highly attractive to bees and butterflies.

  15. Mugwort is botanically related to tarragon, it is employed as an aromatic culinary herb, such as in stuffing for roasted geese.
    €1.98

    Out of stock

    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.

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

    Nepeta cataria

    Catnip, Catmint
    €1.50

    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.

  17. 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
    €1.50

    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.

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

    Nepeta x faassenii

    Faassen's Catmint, Dwarf Catnip
    €1.86

    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.
  19. Urtica dioica, the Nettle is one of the most useful plants we have.
    €1.62

    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.

  20. Borettana onions are the Italian sports car of onions. Sweet, sleek and stylish with a wonderful flavour.

    Onion 'Borettana'

    Maincrop, Cipollini variety
    Heritage (Italian 1400's)

    Borettana onions are the Italian sports car of onions. Sweet, sleek, and stylish with a wonderful flavour, once a rare treat only to be found at gourmet restaurants. They are a good onion for colder climates, harvested in early autumn they fill the gap between winter-stored onions and the early new ones.

  21. Onion 'Cipolle di Tropea', Sweet Red Onion of Tropea

    Onion 'Cipolle di Tropea', Sweet Red Onion of Tropea

    Maincrop, Red Onion
    Heritage (Italian 1500's)
    €1.74

    Italy boasts many varieties of onion, but perhaps the most famous is Cipolla di Tropea. It can be sown in either autumn, September to October or in spring, late February to early April. The shape of its bulbs, the deep purple colour, its extraordinary sweetness, and its refined taste, make it one of the most interesting products in the entire Italian agriculture.

  22. A splendid carmine-red onion “Long de Florence Simane” is an old continental variety.

    Onion 'Long de Florence Simane'

    Maincrop, Continental Red Onion
    Rossa Lunga di Firenze, Heritage (Italian 1800's)
    €1.62
    A splendid carmine-red onion Long de Florence Simane is an old continental variety that is very popular in Europe. Elongated in shape, this maincrop variety can be picked still small and used raw sliced into salads or grown to maturity, they can be baked or roasted on skewers to retain their unusual 'bottle' shape.
  23. Harvested early and eaten as a mild salad onion or, if left to grow it will produce beautiful red, mild flavoured bulbs

    Onion 'North Holland Blood Red, Redmate'

    Salad or Bulbing Onion, Red Onion
    €1.50

    Redmate is an excellent duel purpose variety of onion. It can be harvested early and eaten as a mild salad onion or left to grow. Red bulb onions are mild and the sweetest tasting of all onions and recommended to liven up the salad bowl.

  24. Bunching onion "Ishikura"  has a mild, sweet flavour and is strongly reminiscent to the scallion or welsh onion.

    Onion, Bunching 'Ishikura'

    Japanese Bunching Onion, Naga Negi
    Bunching onion “Ishikura” is a outstanding variety of that does not bulb but forms long white stalks. It is a perennial variety that is cold hardy, very adaptable to various climates and resistant to pink root and botrytis leaf blight. It is suitable for later crops and for overwintering.

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