Herbs are very versatile. While chiefly grown to season foods, herbs can also be used for oils, fragrances, cosmetics, potpourris as well as being recognised for their healing properties. All of this and decorative too! Plant a few fresh herbs close to the kitchen and enjoy the natural and healthy way to add spice and flavour to a meal. They look great in a pot and make good companion plants.
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Ancient Egypt’s great healing herb. Oregano has a sweet aromatic flavour. Its slightly bitter overto..
A decorative dark green plant. Compact and vigorous. Rich in Vitamins and Iron. Ideal for garnishes ..
An aromatic grass with a strong citrus flavour. Use as a herbal tea or chop to add lemon flavour to..
Attractive plant with olive green foliage and purple stems. Leaves have a sweet cinnamon scent. The ..
Abundant bunches of deep purple leaves with a rich fragrance. This annual herb looks attractive and ..
This strong aromatic herb adds а delicious and distinctive flavour to tomatoes, pasta dishes and Med..
Various assorted colours, sizes and shapes. Different levels of heat from mild to fiery hot will com..
Ginger, is the pungent, aromatic spice used widely in many types of cooking, providing a ready sourc..
There's really nothing like the taste of tangy, homemade horseradish sauce! Establishing your ..
An upright variety with coarser, wider leaves than the curled type. The strong flavour makes this va..
The best mint selection for making mint flavoured tea. The flavour is sharp and intense and in..
The perfect companion for lamb, used sparingly rosemary can transform a range of other dishes. Give ..
Perennial plant with aromatic leaves. Grow as a border around vegetables to attract bees and repel i..
Is any herb more useful than thyme? Great in sauces, soups, stuffings, and perfect added to food coo..
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