(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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(Daucas carota) French heirloom first introduced 1820. Short, broad, deep red-orange, root. Well suited to heavier soils. Sweet flavour & very ten
(Brassica oleracea var. botrytis) Large, snow white heads surrounded by large, deep green leaves which also may be eaten like spinach. Early to matu
(Cucurbita moschata) Heirloom. Large, long-necked, cylindrical, trombone shaped, bluish-green fruit to 60cm with pale green striping ripening to ora
(Ocimum basilicum) Annual. Bush to 70cm with dark purple leaves. Excellent for adding colour to salads, vinegars etc. Introduced in 1950 by Univer
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