Herb Seeds

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No garden is complete without the presence of herbs. They are the plants that bridge the gap between the garden, kitchen and pharmacy, used in countless ways for cooking & medicine and spanning continents, cultures and history. It is then particularly important that we source our herbs from organically certified and toxin-free environments.

A bed of perennial herbs, such as rosemary or oregano will make a practical feature in any garden, alternatively, quicker growing crops like basil or parsley can be grown in window boxes or containers and grazed. Make sure they are sown. . . Show More >

No garden is complete without the presence of herbs. They are the plants that bridge the gap between the garden, kitchen and pharmacy, used in countless ways for cooking & medicine and spanning continents, cultures and history. It is then particularly important that we source our herbs from organically certified and toxin-free environments.

A bed of perennial herbs, such as rosemary or oregano will make a practical feature in any garden, alternatively, quicker growing crops like basil or parsley can be grown in window boxes or containers and grazed. Make sure they are sown and frown in well-draining organic compost; the compost will benefit from a 20% mix or horticultural sand.

For simple, quick to pick herbs, choose leafy varieties that grow easily from seed. Small herbs like chives, basil and parsley will make great edibles for the windowsill.


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No garden is complete without the presence of herbs. They are the plants that bridge the gap between the garden, kitchen and pharmacy, used in countless ways for cooking & medicine and spanning continents, cultures and history. It is then particularly important that we source our herbs from organically certified and toxin-free environm. . . Show More >

No garden is complete without the presence of herbs. They are the plants that bridge the gap between the garden, kitchen and pharmacy, used in countless ways for cooking & medicine and spanning continents, cultures and history. It is then particularly important that we source our herbs from organically certified and toxin-free environments.

A bed of perennial herbs, such as rosemary or oregano will make a practical feature in any garden, alternatively, quicker growing crops like basil or parsley can be grown in window boxes or containers and grazed. Make sure they are sown and frown in well-draining organic compost; the compost will benefit from a 20% mix or horticultural sand.

For simple, quick to pick herbs, choose leafy varieties that grow easily from seed. Small herbs like chives, basil and parsley will make great edibles for the windowsill.


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Herb - Sorrel Broad Leaved Organic Herb Seeds (Organic) - Sorrel Broad Leaved

Average Packet Content 475 seeds

£1.99
Herb - Thyme Organic Herb Seeds (Organic) - Thyme

Average Packet Content 2800 seeds

£1.99
Herb - Wormwood Organic Herb Seeds (Organic) - Wormwood

Average Packet Content 1140 seeds

£1.99
Lemon Coriander Seeds Coriander Seeds - Lemon

Average Seeds 100

£1.99
Mint Seeds Mint Seeds

Average Seeds 1500

£1.49
Oregano Seeds Oregano Seeds

Average Seeds 1200

£1.49
Parsley Hamburg  Organic Organic Herb Seeds (Organic) - Parsley Hamburg

Average Packet Content 285 seeds

£1.99
Parsley Italian Giant Organic Herb (Organic) Seeds - Parsley Italian Giant

Average Packet Content 285 seeds

£1.99
Parsley Plain French Organic Herb Seeds (Organic) - Parsley Plain French

Average Packet Content 285 seeds

£1.99
Parsley Saver Package Organic Parsley Seed - Saver Package

Average Packet Content 570 seeds

£2.99
Rosemary Seeds Rosemary Seeds

Average Seeds 100

£1.99
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No garden is complete without the presence of herbs. They are the plants that bridge the gap between the garden, kitchen and pharmacy, used in countless ways for cooking & medicine and spanning continents, cultures and history. It is then particularly important that we source our herbs from organically certified and toxin-free environments.

A bed of perennial herbs, such as rosemary or oregano will make a practical feature in any garden, alternatively, quicker growing crops like basil or parsley can be grown in window boxes or containers and grazed. Make sure they are sown and frown in well-draining organic compost; the compost will benefit from a 20% mix or horticultural sand.

For simple, quick to pick herbs, choose leafy varieties that grow easily from seed. Small herbs like chives, basil and parsley will make great edibles for the windowsill.

No garden is complete without the presence of herbs. They are the plants that bridge the gap between the garden, kitchen and pharmacy, used in countless ways for cooking & medicine and spanning continents, cultures and history. It is then particularly important that we source our herbs from organically certified and toxin-free environments.

A bed of perennial herbs, such as rosemary or oregano will make a practical feature in any garden, alternatively, quicker growing crops like basil or parsley can be grown in window boxes or containers and grazed. Make sure they are sown and frown in well-draining organic compost; the compost will benefit from a 20% mix or horticultural sand.

For simple, quick to pick herbs, choose leafy varieties that grow easily from seed. Small herbs like chives, basil and parsley will make great edibles for the windowsill.

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