Create a herb garden from seeds

Create a herb garden from seeds

Our extensive range (more than 40 varieties) of herb seeds are available for just 99p per packet. Whether you are after an annual or you want to grow a permanent perennial shrub, we have them all. Most of the herb seeds can be sown all year around and grow well on your kitchen windowsill. Herbs were often used for medicinal purposes or for companion planting, but nowdays their culinary use is what desired the most. Growing herbs from seed is very easy, and much cheaper option than buying potted plants, or cut herbs from the supermarkets. Coriander for curry, parsley for your soup, or basil for a lovely Italian dish, you can find them all in our catalouge. Check out all the different herbs, and also the wide range of vegetable seeds and buy today with confidence in our secure online shop.

Basil, coriander, parsley, chives can be sown any time of the year inside, use 7-10 cm pots and good quality seed sowing compost. Place the pots in the warmest place in the house, possibly in the airing cupboard, so that the heat will speed up germination of the herb seeds. Check on pots regularly and when the first seedlings appear place the pots onto the kitchen windowsill. Turn the pots around every other day so that every seedling get enough light. This way you can have delicious herbs growing all year around. Or sow them directly outside from late spring onwards till July.

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  • Chervil curled (Anthriscus cerefolium) is an easy to grow annual. Traditionaly used in french dishes; in spring soups, stews and in salads as a micro green. Can be grown indoors in pots, or in your windowsill all year around or in the garden. Sow the chervil herb seeds about 1 cm deep in a well...

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  • French Lavender (Lavandula stoechas) is a well know beautiful perennial, naturally occurs in Mediterranean countries. Attracts bees and other useful insects to your garden. The plants grow up to 1.5 metre tall.A particularly attractive feature of this plant are the prominentviolet-purple bracts...

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  • Feverfew (Tanaccetum parthenium) is a traditional medicinal herb, can be found in many cottage garden. The leaves have a somewhat lemony scent and the small daisy like flowers brighten up the herb garden. The feverfew plants grow up to 50 cm tall. Treats fever, headaches, improves digestion. The...

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  • Garlic or Chinese Chives has a pleasant, garlic-flavoured foliage and attractive, white, edible flowers. Can be grown inside the house all year around. Adds great taste to salads, stir-fries, rice, noodles. If you are looking for the standard chives,you can find it by clicking here: chives. Sow...

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  • Hyssop (Hyssopus officinalis) is a herbaceous perennial native to Southern Europe. Due to its properties as an antiseptic, cough reliever, it is used as a medicinal herb. Can be used as a dry flower. Good accompaniment for meat dishes. An aromatic herb which is loved by bees and other benefical...

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  • Lemon balm has got lemon scented leaves and makes a great, calming balm tea. The appearance is similar to mint. Grows to about 50 cm tall. Can be used in refreshing summer salads or meat dishes. Sow from March onwards inside in small pots or trays. Finely cover the seeds with sieved compost...

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  • Chamomile (Matricaria chamomilla) is a medicinal herb. Flowering throughout the summer. Used for centuries to make tea which aids sleeping. Widely used in the cosmetic industry. Has anti-inflammatory properties and is also often used to enhance the colour of blonde hair. Chamomile grows well in...

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  • Lemon grass (Cymbopogon flexuosus) is a perennial herb. It is an East Indian strain growing to 20- 30cm in height. Quick growing clumps. Can be used instead of the classic Thai lemongrass. Used for various purposes: lemongrass oil used to flavor teas, ice cream, candy, pastries, desserts. Also...

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  • Lovage is a hardy perennial plant. It can grow up to 180 cm tall, has yellow flowers and dark leaves. The whole plant can be used for flavouring meat and vegetable dishes, stews and soups. Sow from March onwards inside or outside from May, in small pots, or in fine seedbed. Sow the seeds about 1...

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  • Probably the most popular basil on the market, this classic basil has large leaves, attractive and very reliable variety. Delicious in all tomato-based dishes, this heavy cropper prefers a sunny position and well drained soil. Suitable for growing in containers. Height 35-40 cm. We have the...

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  • Cilantro is a more leafy strain of corainder. Also slower to bolt. The seeds are organically produced. We have the standard coriander seeds too, which are 99p for 500 seeds. The fresh leaves and crushed seeds are an essential ingredient in many South Asian foods and Mexican salsas and guacamole....

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  • Cimmanon basil has purple stems with small purple/white flowers. Leaves are green on top and purple spotted/streaked underneath. Cinnamon Basil is widely used in Vietnam, excellent in different Asian soups, salads and stir fried dishes. The seeds themself are used too not only the plants. The...

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  • Lemon Basil (Ocimum citriodorum) has a strong lemony smell and flavour. It contains the chemical called citral which is found in citrus fruits. Lemon Basil is widely used in Indonesia, where herbs are essential in everyday cooking; excellent in raw summer salads and with fish and duck. The white...

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  • Holy Basil (Ocimum tenuiflorum or Ocimum sanctum) also called tulsi. It contains high level of the essential oil eugenol and it has been used in Ayurveda for a very long time. Native to India and it is widley cultivated in South East Asia. Also widely used in Thai cuisine. Sow the holy basil...

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  • Siam Queen is a great strain of thai basil, very popular in oriental cooking. The dark green leaves and the purple flower spikes make this basil an ideal ornamental herb too. Can be grown in pots in the patio area or in a windowbox. Height 30-40cm. Sow the Siam Queen basil seeds from February...

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  • Par Cel is a leaf celery which looks like a parsley but of course tastes like celery. Finely cut, dark leaves. Excellent in a variety of dishes, in soups and in casserols or even in a fresh summer salad. Sow Par - Cel seeds from February to April 3mm deep in quality seed compost. Germination...

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