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  1. Viola odorata 'Reine de Neiges' is one of the longest flowering violets with scented flowers.

    Viola odorata 'Reine de Neiges'

    Sweet Violet. 'Snow Queen'
    Also marketed as 'Scheekonigin' and 'Eismeer'.
    €2.34

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    Cultivated in Switzerland in 2004 from the famous 'Queen Charlotte', One would think that 'Reine de Neiges', or 'Snow Queen' would be a white bloomer. The flowers are almost white, a clear crisp ice-blue. Long blooming and upward facing, their fragrance is intense.

  2. 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

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    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.

  3. This versatile, fuzzy mullein is a gardener’s friend, an herbalist’s delight and an engineering marvel all on its own.

    Verbascum thapsus 'Common Mullein'

    Aaron's Rod, Wildflower of Britain and Ireland
    €2.34

    Several Verbascum species are prized garden ornamentals, but the species best-known among wildflower enthusiasts and herbalists is the homely but useful common mullein, Verbascum thapsus. This fuzzy mullein is a gardener’s friend, an herbalist’s delight and an engineering marvel all on its own.

  4. 'Rosetta' produces elegant spires of intense dark pink blooms which are always much admired.
    €2.34

    Verbascum phoeniceum is a stately plant, which combines architectural form with beautiful colouring. 'Rosetta' produces elegant spires of intense dark pink blooms which are always much admired. They bloom throughout the summer, with a few sporadic flowers late into the year.

  5. Verbascum phoeniceum 'Hybrids Mix'
    €1.74

    English gardeners are very familiar with this plant and consider it essential for a well-structured garden. Verbascum phoeniceum 'Hybrids Mix' flower freely, giving a glorious plethora of colours from delicate salmon to rich claret. A true perennial which can flower the first year given an early sowing.

  6. The lovely white-flowering species of Verbascum, 'Flush of White' is a true perennial

    Verbascum phoeniceum 'Flush of White'

    Also marketed as 'White Bride'
    €2.34

    The poise of the lovely Verbascum phoeniceum 'Flush of White' makes this plant a natural candidate for the front of the border, even though its height might suggest, that it should go at the back. In summer winds, which snap off delphiniums and toss sunflowers awry, the Verbascum stands defiant.

  7. Verbascum olympicum at Great Dixter, Christopher Lloyd loved their statuesque flowerheads.
    €1.98

    Verbascums are statuesque in both foliage and flower. This elegant species, native to the Olympus mountains is arguably the finest of the genus. Tall flower spikes rise from the centre of the foliage, each are weighted heavily with bright, golden-yellow blooms giving the effect of an enormous candelabra.

  8. Verbascum bombyciferum ‘Arctic Summer’

    Verbascum bombyciferum ‘Arctic Summer’

    'Polar Summer', 'White Bride' or 'Silver Lining'
    €2.34

    One look at this species of Verbascum and you will realise why it is also called ‘Arctic Summer’. Tall, white, fleecy flower stems emerge from felted evergreen leaves in early summer. Its stems and leaves are covered in a silvery down that gives it an appearance of being permanently covered with frost.

  9. Valeriana officinalis is a graceful wildflower that is native to Europe and Western Asia.

    Valeriana officinalis

    Valerian, Wildflower of Britain and Ireland
    €2.16

    Valeriana officinalis is a graceful wildflower that is native to Europe and Western Asia. The tall, branched flower stalks are held atop a low mound of foliage, the densely clustered flowers are sweetly scented and usually white with a hint of pink.

  10. Trachelium caeruleum produces beautiful dome-shaped flower heads that are crowded with tiny, tubular flowers.
    €3.00

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    Trachelium caeruleum 'Lake Michigan Wine-Red' produces beautiful dome shaped flower heads that are crowded with tiny, tubular flowers. Very useful for filing gaps in herbaceous borders, the flowers have a light fragrance, make an excellent cut flower and are highly attractive to both bees and butterflies.
  11. The long stems are a popular choice for cut flower production
    €3.00

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    Trachelium ‘Lake Michigan’ is a cultivated variety, bred to give earlier flowerin, the long stems are a popular choice for cut flower production. It can be sown either in early spring for flowering in late summer, or sown in autumn and overwintered to give earlier flowering plants the following year.
  12. Trachelium caeruleum produces beautiful dome-shaped flower heads that are crowded with tiny, tubular flowers.
    €3.00

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    Trachelium caeruleum is used extensively in the cut flower trade. 'Lake Michigan Purple' produces beautiful dome-shaped flower heads that are crowded with tiny, tubular deep purple flowers.The plants have dark green foliage and stems and provide both texture and colour to an arrangement.
  13. Trachelium caeruleum produces beautiful dome-shaped flower heads that are crowded with tiny, tubular flowers.
    €3.00

    Out of stock

    Trachelium caeruleum is a lesser known genus that is gaining in popularity. Beginning in early summer they are in bloom right through to late autumn. The flowers have a light fragrance and are highly attractive to both bees and butterflies. They are a boon for building up bees’ honey reserves before winter.
  14. Thymus serpyllum ‘Creeping Thyme’

    Starting at: €1.74

    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.

  15. Thyme, French Summer

    Thyme, French Summer

    Thyme de Provence
    €1.74

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    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.

  16. Thyme, English Winter.

    Thyme, English Winter.

    English Winter Thyme, Garden Thyme
    €1.44

    Out of stock

    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.

  17.  French Marigold 'Tangerine grows to a uniform height of 25 to 30cm tall with blooms 5 to 7cm in diameter

    Tagetes patula 'Tangerine'

    French Marigold
    €1.50

    Easy to grow and quick to flower, French Marigold 'Tangerine' blooms reliably throughout the summer with vivid orange flowers that are lifted high atop lush, scented foliage. The plant is famously used in companion planting and for making flower garlands.

  18. Gorgeous to the point of excess, Tagetes 'Queen Sophia' produces blooms with deep orange-to-russet petals, intricately edged with russet and gold.
    €1.80

    Out of stock

    Tagetes 'Queen Sophia' is an extremely popular, award winning variety that was introduced in the early 1900’s. Gorgeous to the point of excess, it produces semi-double blooms. Deep orange-to-russet petals that are intricately edged with russet and gold.
  19. Sweet Cicely was formerly a widely cultivated culinary herb, but now only occasionally grown in the herb garden.
    €3.54

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    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.
  20. 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

    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.

  21. Easy to grow, Winter Savory makes an attractive border plant for any culinary herb garden.

    Savory, Winter Savory

    Mountain Savory, Garden Savory
    €1.74

    Out of stock

    Winter savory, the perennial savory has the same properties as its summer relative Summer savory, although it has a heavier aroma and a sharper pine type flavour. The small perennial shrubs are semi-evergreen, retaining their leaves in all but the coldest gardens and remain useful all year round.

  22. Winter savory has a heavier aroma and a sharper pine type flavour, while that of summer savory is sweeter and more delicate.

    Savory, Summer Savory, Organic

    Summer Savory, Garden Savory
    €1.74
    The leaves of Summer savory are so tender that they can be added fresh to salads or used as a garnish. Used in herb combinations it brings out the best in stews and vegetable dishes, and shines as a seasoning for roasting meats, fowl, and fish. Organic Seed.
  23. Savory, Summer Savory, 'Midget'

    Savory, Summer Savory, 'Midget'

    Summer Savory, Garden Savory
    €1.50

    Summer savory 'Midget' is a compact variety, this fast-growing annual provides an abundant supply of leaves, growing quickly to a height of about 25cm. With slender bronze green leaves and rose-white tubular flowers which bloom from July to September.

  24. Cut sprigs of rosemary and place with roasted meats, especially lamb, pork, chicken and turkey.
    €1.98

    Rosemary can be used for ornamental, culinary and medicinal purposes. The aromatic, evergreen shrub, native to the dry hills of southern Europe and North Africa, can be grown as a clipped hedge, along the edge of a retaining wall, pruned and shaped as topiaries and as a container patio plant.

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