Gorgeous seed packs for the budding gardener. Whether your plot is a windowsill, balcony or country garden, sow the seeds and enjoy the fruits of your labour a few months later. These little packs of herbs, veg and edible flower seeds come with fold-out instructions for sowing, growing and eating, and make perfect gifts.
Marigold Star Fire Mix (edible flowers) - Native to Mexico and Central America, marigolds are popular for their delicate, tiny, single, golden-to-orange flowers, lacy foliage and dwarf habit. Marigolds are eaten as petals or leaves, raw or blanched, fresh or dry, sweet or savoury, in salads, cakes and teas. SOWING Outdoor Apr-June
Alpine Strawberries - Baron von Solemacher - The Baron von Solemacher alpine strawberry is an antique German variety that yields dainty clusters of deep red, sweet and juicy berries. Alpine strawberries are hardy perennial plants that will flower and fruit from late spring until the first frosts. SOWING Indoor Apr-May Outdoor Apr-June
San Marzano Nano Tomato – San Marzano tomatoes are, without doubt, gods of the tomato world. This dwarf, determinate edition is no less than a god in miniature! SOWING Indoor Feb-Mar Outdoor Apr-May
Cayenne Long Slim Hot Pepper - The Cayenne pepper, also known as the ‘Guinea spice’ or simply ‘red pepper’ (especially in its powdered form), is a hot chili pepper used around the world to flavour food. SOWING Indoor Feb-Mar Outdoor May-June
Slim Jim Eggplant - Slim Jim is a terrific dwarf aubergine variety from Italy – an award-winning all-rounder in the patio vegetable category. Its dark-purple foliage and clusters of long, slim, purple fruits make it a perfect choice for ornamental and decorative gardens. SOWING Indoor Mar-Apr Outdoor May-June
Moroccan Spearmint - Moroccan Mint (Mentha spicata var. crispa) is a pretty, compact variety of mint that looks good in your garden and can be used to flavour food, make tea or simply scent your patio. SOWING Indoor year-round Outdoor Feb-Mar
Greek Oregano - Greek Oregano (Origanum vulgare var. hirtum) is a subspecies of common oregano, with a much stronger flavour and fragrance. Graced with beautiful white flowers, Greek Oregano is said to have been invented by the Grecian goddess of love, Aphrodite herself! SOWING Indoor Feb-Mar Outdoor Apr-June
Thyme de Provence - Thyme De Provence, or ‘Summer Thyme’, is a popular perennial herb that is well known for its culinary, medicinal and ornamental uses. With its tiny, soft, grey-green leaves and small, pinkish flowers, Thyme de Provence is spicier than common thyme and is the preferred option in cooking. SOWING Indoor Feb-Mar Outdoor Apr-June
Gigante D’Italia Parsley - Parsley Gigante d’Italia is a deep green, broad-leaved plant, with strong stalks, a fresh, slightly spicy aroma and a tangy-sweet flavour. SOWING Indoor Mar-Apr Outdoor Apr-May, Aug-Sept
Red Rubin Basil - This variant's dark, reddish-purple leaves and stems, make it most appealing for salads and garnishes. It also has a stronger flavour. SOWING Indoor Feb-Mar Outdoor Apr-June
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