Herb collection (6 mixed herbs)

herb collection

6 × 1 litre pots
pot size guide
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Generous handfuls of herbs gathered just outside the back door still fragrant with the warmth of the sun fill your kitchen with the rich scents of summer.

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    This collection of culinary herbs has been grown in 1 litre pots. It will contain six different herbs, but the contents of the collection will vary slightly depending on the season. You could expect one of any of the following to be included in the collection:

  • Garden mint, Mentha - the aromatic leaves are great for using in mint sauce, salads and in summer drinks. Grows to 1x1.5m
  • Green sage, Salvia officinalis - aromatic leaves are valuable for flavouring stuffings, herbal teas and meat dishes. Grows to 80x100cm
  • Chives, Allium schoenoprasum - the edible leaves enhance the flavour of many savoury dishes. Grows to 60x5cm
  • Thyme, Thymus - the aromatic leaves are useful for making bouquet garni, stuffings and sauces. Grows to 30x45cm
  • Flat-leaved parsley, Petroselinum neapolitanum - the chopped leaves are useful as a garnish and for adding to savoury sauces and fish dishes. Grows to 80x60cm
  • Curled parsley, Petroselinum crispum - leaves are great for garnishing and for adding to sauces and fish dishes. Grows to 80x60cm
  • Rosemary, Rosemarinus Officinalis - leaves are great for garnishing and for adding to lamb dishes and stuffing. Grows to 120x60cm
  • Lavender, Lavandula angustifolia - flowers make an interesting addition to cakes and sweets, whilst the leaves can be used similarly to rosemary. Dried stems and flowers can also be used to decorate and perfume the home. Grows to 120x100cm

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