A compact form which is ideal for container growing and will produce a good supply of spicy, aromatic basil leaves. HHA - Half-hardy annual.
An easy to grow variety with a strong celery taste and beautiful curled leaves. Ideal for soups and salads. High vitamin content. Attractive in flower border. Sow March-June.
The seeds have a pleasant taste and are used in pickles, sauces, confectionery, poultry stuffing and apple pie. In herbalism used to settle stomach ailments. Hardy annual. Height 60-75cm (2-2').
An improved tasty, slow to bolt herb which can be grown as a cut-&-come-again leaf salad or a mature plant. Sow monthly for a continuous supply; crop into the winter with cloche protection. HA - Hardy annual.Simon says: Not as strong or pungent as ordinary...
Use the leave for soups, stews and sauces and the seeds for pickles, cheese spreads and salad dressing. An aid to indigestion. HA - Hardy annual. Height 60-90cm (2-3').
The 'easy-grow' way to garlic flavour! A taller, broader leaved type of chives with a mild garlic taste. For salads or cooking. HP - Hardy perennial. Height 30cm (12).
An essential ingredient for stir-fries and other oriental cooking, this unique lemon scented herb is quick-growing and will make an interesting addition to the herb garden or greenhouse. Sow under glass February-March.