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  1. Wormwood, Artemisia absinthium

    Wormwood, Artemisia absinthium

    Absinthium, Absinthe Wormwood
    €1.62

    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.

  2. 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.

  3. 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.

  4. 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.

  5. Thymus serpyllum ‘Creeping Thyme’

    Starting at: €1.50

    Out of stock

    Thymus serpyllum is one of the most versatile groundcovers. Forming dense evergreen cushions of flowers these low maintenance plants don’t require mowing, watering or care, and can take a lot of abuse. Its leaves can be used as a culinary herb and its uses in the garden are almost unlimited.

  6. Broadleaf thyme is a very large leafed species, regarded by many as the ultimate culinary thyme.

    Thymus pulegoides, Broad Leaf Thyme

    Mother of thyme, Large thyme
    €1.80

    Thymus pulegoides has large, fleshy dark green, round leaves, known as Broad Leaf Thyme it is regarded by many as the ultimate culinary thyme. The aromatic leaves have a stronger flavour and are much easier to use than narrow leaved varieties. Very ornamental, it can be also be useful as a groundcover.

  7. Thymus mastichina is a very special thyme, native in the mountains of the Iberian Peninsula, Central Spain and Portugal.

    Thymus mastichina, Spanish Thyme

    Mastic Thyme, White Thyme
    €1.80

    Thymus mastichina is a very special thyme with an intense flavour. Used in Andalucía to season and preserve olives, the leaves have eucalyptus like overtones and are prized for their essential oils. Distinct and intoxicating, the flowers are like fluffy snowballs and are attractive both fresh and dry.

  8. Thyme leaves may be small, but they pack a powerful punch. It retains its flavour well in long slow cooking.

    Thyme. English Winter. Organic

    English Winter Thyme, Garden Thyme
    €1.56
    Thyme leaves may be small, but they pack a powerful punch. It retains its flavour well in long slow cooking. It is one of the savory herbs, which are main course herbs used to flavour hardy meals, bone warming soups, and piquant sauces. Organic Seed.
  9. Thyme, French Summer

    Thyme, French Summer

    Thyme de Provence
    €1.74

    Aromatic French Summer Thyme has more narrow, pointed leaves with a bit of a grey tint. The famed culinary thyme from France, it is higher in essential oil content than other varieties and reputedly the most flavoursome Thyme you can grow with a stronger and sweeter taste.

  10. Thyme, English Winter.

    Thyme, English Winter.

    English Winter Thyme, Garden Thyme
    €1.44

    Thymus vulgaris 'Winter Thyme' is one of the savory herbs, which are main course herbs used to flavour hardy meals, bone warming soups, and piquant sauces. They blend their essence with other savory herbs like Tarragon and Savory to create some memorable flavours.

  11. Texsel Greens, Ethiopian Cabbage
    €1.50

    Texsel Greens is an unusual vegetable that provides an incredibly tender, smooth-textured salads and sauté greens. Fast growing, it has become a popular choice for use as a cut and come again salad crop. The small delicious leaves have an excellent flavour, a mild combination of spinach and cabbage.

  12. Sweet Cicely was formerly a widely cultivated culinary herb, but now only occasionally grown in the herb garden.
    €3.54
    Sweet Cicely is in flower before most other umbellifers are even thinking of it, in the garden it is a really useful precursor to the Ammi genus. As a culinary herb it is a valuable sweetener for people who are trying to reduce their sugar intake. It also smells divine. Organic Seed.
  13. Sweet Cicely was formerly a widely cultivated culinary herb, but now only occasionally grown in the herb garden.

    Sweet Cicely, Myrrhis odorata

    Garden Myrh, Anise
    €2.34

    Out of stock

    Sweet Cicely is an attractive plant that is a striking component of herb gardens and hedgerows. Growing to around 90cm, umbels of tiny white flowers appear from spring to early summer. Formerly a widely cultivated culinary herb, the fern-like leaves are deeply divided and smell of aniseed when crushed.

  14. Strawberry 'Temptation'

    Strawberry 'Temptation'

    Cascading Strawberry
    €1.98

    Out of stock

    Temptation is a delicious 'sweetheart' type of strawberry. This easy to grow ever-bearing variety gives luscious, good sized dark red fruits in the first season. Vigorous, compact plants that are almost runnerless makes Temptation ideally suited for hanging baskets or for use in grow bags or patio containers. Well suited to short season climates.

  15. The European woodland strawberry is the old fashioned wild strawberry from European woodlands that was once widely grown in gardens

    Strawberry 'European Woodland', Organic

    Wild Strawberry, European Woodland Strawberry
    €1.98

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    The woodland strawberry is the old fashioned wild strawberry, once widely grown in gardens prior to the introduction of commercial strawberry cultivars. Vigorous compact plants produce few runners and give a good yield of small, intensely sweet little berries. Organic Seed.
  16. Strawberry 'European Woodland' was once widely grown in woodlands and gardens, prior to the introduction of commercial strawberry cultivars

    Strawberry 'European Woodland'

    Wild Strawberry, European Woodland Strawberry
    €1.38

    Out of stock

    The European woodland strawberry is the old fashioned wild strawberry that was once widely grown in gardens, prior to the introduction of commercial strawberry cultivars. Vigorous compact plants produce few runners and give a good yield of small, intensely sweet little berries.

  17. Strawberry "Alexandria" are much sweeter than their traditional commercial cousins and possess a fine, old fashioned flavour.

    Strawberry 'Alexandria'

    Alpine Strawberry
    €1.98

    This wonderful heritage variety of alpine Strawberry produces loads of little red strawberries that are bursting with flavour. Much sweeter than their traditional commercial cousins they possess a fine, old fashioned flavour. Plants have compact growth with few runners. An alpine Strawberry that is very hard to find, excellent for high altitude climates!

  18. Red Veined Sorrel is valued for its pointed and bright lime-green leaves with dark red veins.
    €2.34

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    'Red Veined' Sorrel is valued for its pointed and bright lime-green leaves. It is one of the earliest green crops and can even withstand freezing winters. Once established, it can be treated as a 'cut and come again' crop and should produce greens for 8 to 10 years. Organic Seed.
  19. Red Veined Sorrel is valued for its pointed and bright lime-green leaves with dark red veins.

    Sorrel, Red Veined

    Bloody Sorrel
    €1.62

    Out of stock

    A most attractive selection 'Red Veined' Sorrel is valued for its pointed and bright lime-green leaves with dark red veins, and because of its low-growing habit it makes a nice border plant or garden accent. It looks right at home in a flower border or container if you don't have space for a vegetable patch.

  20. With pretty leaves that are shaped like a shield, Buckler leaf sorrel is a superb salad crop.

    Sorrel, Buckler Leaved Sorrel

    True French Sorrel
    Ancient Crop
    €2.34

    Buckler Leaf Sorrel, sometimes called 'True French Sorrel' is a superb salad crop. It has all the best qualities of common sorrel but is a much smaller, more compact plant. It has the same vibrant, lemony taste, but is less sour and it has a softer texture. Its distinct leaves are shaped like a shield.

  21. Broad Leaf Sorrel is a delightful potherb and one of nature’s most special greens.

    Sorrel, Broad Leaf Sorrel

    Garden or Common Sorrel
    Ancient Crop
    €1.14

    Out of stock

    Broad Leaf Sorrel is a delightful potherb and one of nature’s most special greens, with a tangy taste that can take your taste buds through a range of sensations. One of the earliest green crops, this hardy perennial can be harvested at baby leaf stage and is a great lettuce substitute in salads.

  22. The oldest cultivated sorrel still extant is ‘Belleville,’ domesticated in France during the 1730's.

    Sorrel 'De Belleville' French Sorrel, Organic

    French Sorrel
    Heritage (French 1730's)
    €1.98

    Out of stock

    Sorrel De Belleville is a small French cultivar. It is hardy and well-proven to be productive under almost any conditions with an excellent lemon flavour. One of the earliest green crops and embarrassingly easy to grow, it needs no attention other than when you want to eat it. Organic Seed.
  23. French or Buckler-leaf sorrel has much smaller leaves and a slightly milder flavour than the broad leaf form.

    Sorrel 'De Belleville' French Sorrel

    French Sorrel
    Heritage (French 1730's)
    €1.50

    Sorrel De Belleville is a small French cultivar. It is hardy and well-proven to be productive under almost any conditions with an excellent lemon flavour. One of the earliest green crops and embarrassingly easy to grow, it needs no attention other than when you want to eat it.

  24. Scorzonera is a root vegetable with an awkward name and an ugly appearance but with a delicious oyster-like flavour.
    €1.86
    Scorzonera is a root vegetable with an awkward name and an ugly appearance but with a delicious oyster-like flavour. ‘Duplex’ is a fine selection with long, truncated roots with a deep black skin. The root is considered to be finer textured, and remains so further into the winter. The plants can be also be grown for perennial greens. Organic Seeds

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