(Thymus vulgaris) Perennial to 30cm. Culinary herb with dark green leaves. Common variety. Used in bouquet garni, stews etc. Attracts bees to the garden. Small seed.
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***NOT TO TAS, WA*** (Colocasia esculenta) Heirloom. Traditionally grown as a root vegetable. Attractive plant to 1.5m high with large, light gree
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