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A unique Heritage variety with very tight curled leaf. Very slow to bold. Short habit. Limited stock available£5.00 pkt 25seeds
We are delighted to offer a limited amount of this exhibition grade parsley as ready grown plants ready for potting on. Faulds is very slow to grow and bolt. It has a good colour and a short habit. From March onwards5 plants £7.50 UK ONLY
A good strain of thispopular herb. Tight leaf with good length stems. Quick to grow once cutting starts.
Lots of green curled leaves.Grown in 9cm pot containing over 20 seedlings of the useful herb. Will grow quickly once cut and should last all year long. despatched from March.
Tall variety with good flavour. May be grown in containers.
Will produce lots of dark green leaves on good stems. Should last all year, can be grown in containers.Despatched from March
Parsnip-flavoured roots and edible parsley-flavoured leaves.They should be ready to harvest three or four months after sowing, but may be stored overwinter.
We have found a good strain of this useful culinary herb.100 seeds
Will prvide large leaves all summer. Is best grown under protection. Slow to bolt.100seeds
A large leaved variety for lots of tasty leaves.100 seeds
Thai Basil is an eastern Basil used in many Thai and oriental dishes and adds a spicy aniseed/basil flavour to food. It can be used raw in salads or tossed into Thai curries just at the end of cooking. Will grow to around 30-40cm tall100seeds
Variety of Basil which can be grown inside or outside. Has a lovely Basil scent and taste with large green leaves. NEW VARIETY.100 seeds
Will produce lots of leaves. This variety is slow to bolt.100 seeds
Will form a large cluster of spring onion type shoots. Ideal for both salad and stir fry use. Perennial.100seeds
Forms a cluster of spring onion type shoots with red base. Ideal for salads and stir fry.perennial.100seeds
A variety of salad rocket that is very slow to 'bolt'. May be grown in the open ground or suitable for containers. Sow and use as needed.£2.00 pkt approx 100 seeds
A new variety producing lots of good upright leaves. Quick to re-generate after cutting.100 seeds
Somtimes called Lambs Lettuce. This is a popular salad crop to complement rocket. Has sweet flavour. Sow little at a time for continuous cropping.100seed
Young plants of this usefull herb. Perennial in good conditions.Despatched from March to June. 1 plant £7.50 UK ONLY
An unusual variety. Leaves are green on top and ruby red underneath. Makes a good patio or potager plant. May be left to self seed.50seeds
Dark ruby red leaves with frilled edge. Makes a good patio plant. May be left to self seed.50seeds
A very unusual plant. Tall growing with pink leaves when young turing green on maturity. Will self seed.50seeds
Green leaves with a frilled edge. Makes a good potager plant. Sometimes called Japanese Basil.May be left to self seed.50seeds
Bright green leaves with contrasting dark maroon stems and veins add color and taste to salad mix. Same sharp, tangy flavour as regular sorrel. Best picked young for a lemony taste. If allowed to grow to mature size, leaves can become tough. Perennial herb, often the last to die down in winter and the first to appear.100seeds
Plain Chervil produces leaves that are long and straight and have a stronger tasting flavour than the curled. Can be sown from March to August.Chervil makes for an ideal alternative to parsley as a garnish or in dishes as they are similar in flavour.100seeds
CURLED Chervil produces leaves that are long and straight but has a milder flavour than the plain. Chervil makes for an ideal alternative to parsley as a garnish or in cooking as they are similar in flavour.Can be sown from March to August.100seeds
Grow your own SAFFRON (the most expensive spice in the world), with this beautiful crocus. It produces large sterile, rich lilac flowers with distinctive purple veins in October and November. An autumn-flowering crocus, it is named after its three long, deep-red stigmas, which are cultivated commercially for colouring and flavouring food. Plant the bulbs in August or September. Harvest the flowers daily, remove the stigmas and dry.10 BULBSDESPATCHED FROM AUGUST 2019
Sow indoors in trays. Harvest between 4-8days. The earlier the harvest the stronger the flavour.100gms £3.00
A perennial tropical grass with a fresh lemon scent. Is best protected indoors over winter.1 plant
GREEN MANURE GRAZING RYE250gms pack will cover approx. 15sq metersSOW MID AUGUST TO NOVEMBERDIG IN DURING EARLY SPRING. SUITABLE FOR ALL TYPE OF GROUND.250gms £3.00
GREEN MANUREPHACELIA TANACETIFOLIA100gms will cover approx. 30sq metersWILL PROVIDE AN EASY TO GROW AND CUT GREEN MANURE.SOW FROM OCTOBER TO MARCH. MUST BE CUT PRIOR TO FLOWERING.100gms £3.00
Sow spring or autumn, can be sown until November, at a rate of 200gms per 10sq meters. Suitable for all types of ground.200gms £3.00