This is a vigorous plant with large leaves and a milder taste than Italiano Classico. Use it to put on a sandwich, wrap a slice of tomato with mozzarella cheese, or on bruschetta. Can be grown in containers. 75-80 days from direct seed. Sow seeds in a sunny spot when weather has warmed up, or start in a seed box and transplant. For transplants, sow 5-6 seeds in a 10cm pot six weeks before setting out. 8g about 5,600 seeds.
Large basil with blistered leaves. This variety is only found in Naples and is highly prized for it's flavour. Traditionally used to wrap the large leaves around mozzarella balls and drizzled with olive. 8 Grams of seeds.
ClassicåÊvariety of basil. Large plant with dark green leaves. Often used for sauces and pestos.
Thrives in tropical weather. Very easy to germinate and grow. Shade cloth recommended to shield from afternoon sun.View full product details
Smallest of Basil leaf family but carries very intense flavours. Plants grows in a small compact bush and grows well in pots.View full product details
Latin Name: Matricaria Chamomilla L.
Latin Name: Peroselinum Crispum
Prezzemolo: Comune 2
Fragrant, thin stalked, flat-leafed parsley. National variety used all over Italy.View full product details
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.
A large flat leaf variety from Naples. Really tasty. Will grow again after cutting.View full product details
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.
Latin Name: Ocimum Basilicum L.
Small, narrow leaves and purple stems, with a mauve (pink-purple) flower.Very strong, clove-scented basil popular in Thailand cuisine.Its flavour is more stable under high or extended cooking temperatures than that of sweet basil.
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