Florence Fennel, also known as finocchio, is an annual which is known mainly for the stem that swells to a "bulb" as it grows.
An aromatic herb that grows to 3 feet tall. While it gives off a robust, lemon fragrance, its also well known for its anti-oxidants and anti-fungal properties.
An essential ingredient in Thai dishes[more...]
The good old fashioned mint can really only be grown from cuttings or division. If you cannot secure a plant of this vegetatively propagated variety, then this variety (Mint Common Spearmint), grown from seed, is your next best option. Mint likes a moist & cool root system. Very easy to grow.[more...]
Spanish Lavender. Really nice bushy plants that hold their form. Plants get literally smothered in long lasting flowers.[more...]
Castilliano is a Spanish Lavender - the first Spanish Lavender series from seed. Lavender is a garden classic and Castilliano takes it to the next level with its two distinct colours; wee purple flowers with a white "flag" on the top. Its notable for medium vigour habits also and its lovely mounded plant habit will make a stunning display in any garden or pot. Chemically Treated.[more...]
Smothered in light purple flowers and green foliage, this super vigorous Lavender Dentata makes a great hedge option. Excellent for attracting bees and butterflies.[more...]
Subtle blue-green colouring and sweetly fragranced, Hidcote is also one of the most versatile Herbs in the world. Rich in lavender oils Hidcote provides greater fragrance power, is suitable for creams and perfumes potpourris and sachets. If you’re really adventurous it can be used in candies and cakes! (a process called Lavender Crystallization). Hidcote also has a superior erect, compact habit with darker flowers compared to standard lavender - perfect for hedges.[more...]
TThe most intense spike and flower colour of all seed Lavenders on a uniform, compact plant. Plants are naturally bushy. Flowers first year from seed.[more...]
A lemon scented herb that comes from the same family as mint.  It's used widely in herbal medicine and to flavour tea and food.[more...]