(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. 2500 seeds
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(Salvia officinalis) Heirloom; native to the Mediterranean. Perennial. Pale green / silvery leaves on medium sized bush. Hardy once established.
(Salvia sclarea) Heirloom; native to Southern & Eastern Europe. First appeared in 1827. Biennial. Medicinal and culinary herb. Large bush to 90cm
(Artemisia dracunculus) Perennial. Height 1.5m. Will tolerate dry and poor soil conditions. Culinary or medicinal use. More prolific than French
(Beta vulgaris) Heirloom, first introduced in the mid 1840's and originating from Italy. Nicknamed the 'Candycane Beet'. Slightly flattened root wi
(Ocimum basilicum) Mediterranean heirloom from Napoleon's island birthplace off the Italian French coast. Attractive green & purple mottled leaves w
(Ocimum basilicum) Annual. Bush to 70cm with dark purple leaves. Excellent for adding colour to salads, vinegars etc. Introduced in 1950 by Univer
(Ocimum basilicum) Annual. Strongly aromatic, light green leaves to 2cm in length. Ideal for making pesto. Culinary and medicinal uses. Repels fl
(Ocimum basilicum) Annual. Large, green leaf variety. Excellent for small areas where large quantities of leaf are required. Bush 45-60cm high. 8
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