Latin Name: Impatiens Balsamina L.
Annual, mixed colour. Prefers partial sun. Flowers all summer. Suitable for beds, borders and pots. 50cm tall. GrowsåÊextremelyåÊeasily in tropical climate. Take care as when the seed pods burst they will spread far andåÊwide.View full product details
Latin Name: Matricaria Chamomilla L.
Latin Name: Anthriscus Cerefolium
Hardy annual plant with bright-green, flat leaves.Grows to about 1 foot during their leaf stage, but reach 2-12 feet in flower.Mild flavor with hints of liquorice oranise.Moist, fertile soil and high shade suit chervil best. Dried chervil may be used to scent potpourris. Fresh leaves and stems are used to flavor soups, casseroles, salads and sauces.Suitable for container growing.
Latin Name: Coriandrum Sativum L.
Fast-growing, aromatic herb that grows partial to full sun. Likes a sunny spot, well-drained soil and a steady supply of both water and fertiliser. Leaves can be frozen for storage.
Latin Name: Lavandula Vera
Perennial aromatic herb that bears blue flowers.24" high plant with compact growth habit. Plant in full sun, germinate cool.Long germination period of 2 - 4 weeks. Sow in neutral or slightly alkaline, well drained soil.Start indoors in pots, set outside at 12-18" spacing. If your soil is soggy, damp or poorly drained, lavender's delicate roots are likely to rot.Keep topsoil relatively dry to prevent humidity/ fungus related problems. Use dried flowers to flavour homemade biscuits or with pork and for perfume pouches.
Latin Name:Melissa Officinalis
Perennial herb with a strong lemon fragrance is versatile and easy to grow. Plant in full sun to partial shade.Grows to 70-150 cm tall. Bears mall white flowers full of nectar appear. Leaves that look like oversized mint.Garnish sorbetto ice-cream and cocktails, or dry to make herbal tea
Latin Name: Rosmarinus Officinalis L.
Woody-stemmed plant with needle-like leaves that bears pale blue flowers. Grows up to 3 feet in height. Used to flavour roasts. Prefers asheltered warm position. Prefers full sun and light, well-drained soil and is easy to grow. Use fresh or died, or freeze rosemary to future use.
Perennial shrub with woody stems with long oval shaped green/grey leaves with a velvet like texture. Grows up to 2 - 3 feet tall and can be used fresh or dried. Plant in a partially shaded spot. Spicy aroma commonly used to season meat and pasta. Also used to make tea that has been used to sooth coughs and sore throats. Plant near rosemary, cabbage, and carrots, but keep sage away from cucumbers.View full product details