Category: Seeds & Bulbs

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Mustard Bright & Spicy Mix – Seeds

A Superb Blend Of Pak Choi, Mizuna, Tatsoi, Mustards And Cress.this Mix Is Perfect In Salads Or Left To Mature For That Great Stir Fry.the Plants Have Been Selected To Mature At The Same Time, So You Can Pick Them All Together To Give Your Own Great Bright And Spicy Mix.

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Chives Grande – Seeds

A Very Vigorous And High Yielding Chive Variety.grande Produces Large Dark Green Leaved Chives And Is Very Hardy With Good Disease Resistance. This Upright Plant Ensures You Get A Great Crop Of Fabulous Flavoured Chives, Perfect For Adding To Mash Or Baked Potatoes.

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Basil Seeds – Aromatic Blend

An Easy-grow Colourful Basil Mix Of Genovese, Lemon, Opal And Ararat That You Can Grow On A Windowsill Or Sunny Patio For A Year-round Harvest Of Fragrant, Fresh Leaves.sow Indoorsfor All Year Roundsow Seeds Thinly Into 9cm (3 ½ In) Pots Filled With Seed Compost And Cover Seeds With A Further Thin-layer Of The Compost.place The Pots In A Warm Place At 10-15°c (50-59 °f) And Keep The Soil Moist.as Seedlings Grow Keep Them In A Light Location But Out Of Direct Sun. When Seedlings Have Three Or Four Leaves Transplant Two Or Three Plants Carefully And Evenly-distributed Into Larger 12cm (5in) Pots.growing On Outdoorsfor Summer Cropsgradually Accustom Plants To Outdoor Conditions For Two To Three Weeks Before Placing Outdoors Permanently From June To August. When Outdoors Permanently, They Can Be Grown In Direct Sunlight. 

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Par-cel – Seeds

For Versatility, Flavour And A Plant That Looks Good In The Garden Too Choose Parcel. It Has Finely Cut Leaves With A Rich Flavour Resembling Parsley And Celery. It's A Useful Combination Of Two Popular Flavours Making Ideal For Soups, Sauces And Salads. Plus It Is Easy To Grow And Prolific Too.

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Parsley Champion Moss Curled – Seeds

Our Most Popular Herb, And No Surprise When You Consider Its Versatility!parsley Sauce Is Perfect With Fish, And The Leaves Can Also Be Added To Soups, Stews, Salads, And Egg And Cheese Dishes.vigorous and Tasty With A Multitude Of Uses!

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Parsley Italian Plain Leaved – Seeds

With A More Intense Flavour Than Its Curly Leaved Cousin, And Just As Versatile, This Parsley Is Widely Used In European Cooking.best For Cooking, Since It Can Withstand Heat And Retain Its Flavour.  It Can Be Used For Garnish And It Adds A Nice Flavour To Salads, Sauces And Soups.its Succulent Stems Are Also Edible.

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Rocket – Seeds

This Fast Growing Leafy Herb Is A Welcome Addition To The Salad Bowl With Its Distinctively Sharp, Spicy Flavour. Sow Little And Often For A Continuous Supply Through Many Months.

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Rosemary Seeds – Common

Lovely With Lambthis Well Known Herb Has Fragrant Evergreen Needle-like Leaves And Has A Multitude Of Uses, Both Culinary And Medicinal. With Masses Of Blue Flowers In Spring And Early Summer, Beloved By Bees, It Is A Beautiful Plant For The Border Too.sow March – July. Harvest Jan-dec..height 100cm/39in.

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Russian Tarragon – Seeds

Grow This Hardy Herb From Seed For Strong, Pale Aromatic Leaved Plants With A Slightly Bitter Flavour. Use The Leaves And Stems For Making Delicious Tarragon Vinegar And For Tasty Salad Dressings And Sauces. It Is A Pretty Garden Plant And Ideal For The Herb Garden, Cottage Border Or Potager.

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Sage Green Leaved – Seeds

The Lovely, Silvery-green Leaves Of Sage Are Wonderfully Ornamental And Their Flavour Accents Many Meals.the Traditional Ingredient In Pork Sausages And Stuffings. Cut Back In The Spring To Get A Burst Of Fresh Leaves.