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Basil African Blue

Tender perennial herb with large purple foliage. Leaves are used with pasta, tomato or egg dishes. Grow indoors for most of the year.

Basil sweet

A kitchen herb. Best grown in pots indoors in a warm sunny position. Leaves are used in many Italian dishes. Good with garlic & tomatoes. Also used to make pesto sauce. 

Height 60 cm.

BAY (Laurus nobilis)

Herb Tree. Slow growing evergreen shrub to small tree. Height upto 4 meter. Leaves are used for flavouring.

Bronze Fennel

Herbaceous perennial that grows upto 180 cm. Plant in herb garden or in border in fertile, moist but well drained soil in full sun. Fresh aniseed-flavoured seeds and leaves. Leaves are used with oily fish, seafood, and salad dressing. Seeds flavour breads, curries, apple pie and fish sauce. Sprouted seed are used as a salad herb. Purple foliage.  A tonic for the nervous system. Height 180 cm.

Burnet

Semi-evergreen perennial with attractive foliage, and insignificant red-tipped green flowers. Height 70 cm. Leaves are used in salads, cheese, soups, fish sauces and drinks. Do not cook. Plant in a sunny position.

Caraway

Kitchen herb for large containers or herb garden in full sun. Finely cut feathery leaves. Small yellow flowers. Chopped leaves are used in soups and salads. Roots can be used as a vegetable. Seeds are a popular spice in meat dishes and also used in cakes and breads. Height 60 cm.

Chervil

(Anthriscus cerefolium) Annual herb. Fern like foliage with aniseed odour. Height 50 cm. Sunny position and free draining soil.

Chives

Height 60 cm. Well known for use in sauces, salads etc. Sunny position and free draining soil.

Chives Garlic

Flat leaves, white flowers. Mild Garlic flavour, used in many foods particularly oriental dishes.Height 30cm.

Comfrey

Symphytum rubrum Height 60cm. Moist soil, semi-shade. Relieves colds. Eases pain and heals the skin.

Coriander

Annual herb. Round or oval shaped leaves. Small white flowers in Summer. Height 50 cm. Leaves are used to flavor foods. Use only fully ripe seeds. Roots are used in curries and the stems in soup.  

Cynara scolymus

Literally an edible addition to the plant border. The flower buds are edible and aid digestion, if left they will produce showy purple flowers, which attract butterflies and bees. Height 200 cm. spread 100 cm.